✨Go Hex Yourself
by Jessica Clare
Pub Date- 4/19/22
A nonmagical person answering an ad to become a witches familiar? What a fun start. Though she thinks it’s for a fun magic card game or to be an assistant. And that ad was spelled so only people with magic could read it so she had a hard time processing that.
Her new employer, to her, appears to be a senile old woman who thinks she’s a witch but is really a millennia old witch head of a powerful family. Her nephew is awful and wants her to fail but he’s also tall, broody and handsome. Though he has a horrible reputation for something that happened a couple hundred years ago.
The slow burn in this enemies to lovers witchy romance was perfect. There were a few instances of magic induced spying during intimate times that were wowza.
These two characters had horrible parents who were pretty self indulgent and selfish and totally inappropriate. So they understood eachother in a way that no one else had. The vulnerability from the 500 yr old surly hunky nerdy warlock was so sweet. Everyone put him into a box and made him into the bad guy and he was just alone with that reputation but she was the only one that asked his side.
And that cat! Lol!!
Read if you love:
✨Enemies to lovers
✨The steam is on fire! And sex magic? Well okay
❓ Would you be a witches familiar? Which is like an apprentice witch to help give them energy in this book.
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Thank you berkleypub and netgalley for the e-ARC for my honest and voluntary review.
It’s one hex of an attraction in this romantic comedy from New York Times bestselling author Jessica Clare.
When Reggie Johnson answers a job ad in the paper, she’s astonished to find that she’s not applying to work at her favorite card game, Spellcraft: The Magicking. Instead, she’s applying to be an actual familiar for an actual witch. As in, real magic.
The new job has a few perks – great room and board, excellent pay, and she’s apprenticing to a powerful witch. Sure, the witch is a bit eccentric. And sure, there was that issue with the black cat Reggie would prefer to forget about. The biggest problem, however, is warlock Ben Magnus, her employer’s nephew and the most arrogant, insufferable, maddening man to ever cast a spell.
Reggie absolutely hates him. He’s handsome, but he’s also bossy and irritating and orders her around. Ben’s butt might look great in a crystal ball vision, but that’s as far as it goes. But when someone with a vendetta targets the household, she finds herself working with Ben to break a deadly curse. Apparently, when they’re not fighting like cats and dogs, things get downright…bewitching.