Night of the Witch seemed right up my alley. The book’s synopsis promises witches and an enemies to lovers romance. SOLD. It practically had my name written on it. Sadly, I have to report that I did not finish this book. No one is more heartbroken than me about this news. I was so excited […]
After a night of magic turns deadly, Iris Gray vows to never let another person learn she’s a witch. It doesn’t matter that the Witches’ Council found her innocent or that her magic was once viewed as a marvel—that night on the lake changed everything.
Now settled in Washington, Iris hides who she really is and vents her frustrations by writing curses she never intends to cast. And while she loves working at the wildlife refuge she runs with her mother, she loathes Pike Alder, the witch-hating aspiring ornithologist who interns with them.
When Pike makes a particularly hurtful comment, Iris concocts a cruel torment for him. But just as she’s about to dispel it, an owl swoops down and steals the curse before flying far away from the refuge. The owl is a powerful amplifier, and if it dies, Iris’s dark spell will be unleashed not only on Pike, but on everyone in the region.
Forced to work together, Iris and Pike trek through the wilderness in search of the bird that could cost Pike his life. But Pike doesn’t know the truth, and as more dangers arise in the woods, Iris must decide how far she’s willing to go to keep her secrets safe.
One (very real) husband
Nowhere near perfect but desperately trying his best
In BOYFRIEND MATERIAL, Luc and Oliver met, pretended to fall in love, fell in love for real, dealt with heartbreak and disappointment and family and friends…and somehow figured out a way to make it work. Now it seems like everyone around them is getting married, and Luc’s feeling the social pressure to propose. But it’ll take more than four weddings, a funeral, and a bowl full of special curry to get these two from I don’t know what I’m doing to I do.
Good thing Oliver is such perfect HUSBAND MATERIAL.
Rachel Griffin has a gift. Her writing is more than atmospheric and descriptive; her prose transports you into the woods. She captures nature in its rawest, purest form. The setting is a character in itself. I can’t wait for her to write more books! Wild is the Witch is a story about Iris, an 18-year-old […]
I DNF’d this book at 69%. That is a lot of book to commit to, to not finish.Yet here we are. This is a book about a pretentious film studies “expert”, written by a pretentious film studies “expert” for other pretentious film studies “experts”. The incessant and unnecessary mention of obscure vintage television shows, actors […]
This was so freaking cute!! At first, I wasn’t sure if this book would be for me. The writing style wasn’t working for me for the first couple of chapters. However, that all changed when Wren sent emails to the 4 guys he almost kissed. Needless to say, after that, I was immediately invested. Never […]
I don’t have anything to say about the writing, really. No complaints at all, it was perfectly okay but nothing that stood out to me immensely either. In general, I had no problems with any characters or their relationships (I did love the relationship of the main couple with the old couple). Since I never […]
Neon Gods was the first book I have ever read by Katee Robert. I fell in love with her take on Hades and Persephone. When I heard about the next installment in her Dark Olympus series, I knew I needed it in my hands as soon as possible. This time around, I had no idea […]