Double. Double. Cauldon bubble…over with these witch-tastic books!
Witch Please by Ann Aguirre ~ “Practical Magic meets Gilmore Girls in this adorable witchy rom-com” – Goodreads.
A witch’s guide to fake dating a demon by Sarah Hawley ~ “Mariel Spark knows not to trust a demon, especially one that wants her soul, but what’s a witch to do when he won’t leave her side—and she kind of doesn’t want him to” – Goodreads.
Enchanted to Meet You by Meg Cabot ~ “A witchy rom-com about a plus size witch who must team up with a handsome stranger to help protect her village from an otherworldly force—but will she be able to protect her heart” – Goodreads.
The Witch is Back by Sophie H. Morgan ~ “Love is a hex of a thing. Former childhood sweethearts fake a relationship in this charming, witchy romcom.” – Goodreads.
Playing the Witch Card by K.J. Dell’Antonia ~ “The story of one woman’s Halloween homecoming to the town where she swore off magic, and where she must reclaim it in order to create the life she desires and protect everyone she loves from an unexpected threat.” – Goodreads.
Witcha Gonna Do? by Avery Flynn ~ “An unlucky witch and her know-it-all nemesis must team up a spicy romantic comedy” – Goodreads.
In Charm’s Way by Lana Harper ~ “A witch struggling to regain what she has lost casts a forbidden spell—only to discover much more than she expected.” – Goodreads.
The Witching Tide by Margaret Meyer ~ “An immersive literary debut inspired by historical events—a deadly witch hunt in 17th-century England—that claimed many innocent lives.” – Goodreads.
The Kiss Curse by Erin Sterling ~ “Gwyn Jones is perfectly happy with her life. She, her mom, and her cousin have formed a new and powerful coven; she’s running a successful witchcraft shop, and she’s started mentoring some of the younger witches in town. There’s only one problem—Llewellyn ‘Wells’ Penhallow.” – Goodreads.
Her Majesty’s Royal Coven by Juno Dawson ~ “If you look hard enough at old photographs, we’re there in the background: healers in the trenches; Suffragettes; Bletchley Park oracles; land girls and resistance fighters. Why is it we help in times of crisis? We have a gift. We are stronger than Mundanes, plain and simple.” – Goodreads.
The Witch of Maracoor by Gregory Maguire ~ “Following a confrontation with her reclusive great-grandfather, the one-time Wizard of Oz, Rainary Ko—the granddaughter of Oz’s Wicked Witch of the West—has re-upped in a mission to settle a few scores and right a wrong or two.” – Goodreads.
The League of Gentlewomen Witches by India Holton ~ “Miss Charlotte Pettifer belongs to a secret league of women skilled in the subtle arts. That is to say—although it must never be said—witchcraft. The League of Gentlewomen Witches strives to improve the world in small ways. Using magic, they tidy, correct, and manipulate according to their notions of what is proper.” – Goodreads.