A Witch's Guide to Fake Dating a Demon: ‘Whimsically sexy, charmingly romantic, and magically hilarious.’ Ali Hazelwood

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A Witch's Guide to Fake Dating a Demon: ‘Whimsically sexy, charmingly romantic, and magically hilarious.’ Ali Hazelwood

A Witch's Guide to Fake Dating a Demon: ‘Whimsically sexy, charmingly romantic, and magically hilarious.’ Ali Hazelwood

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But, Ozroth only has so much time to make a deal, and I Mariel makes a deal, she will lose her ability to love.

I have no other way to describe it, and maybe if you read this book and this review you'll get what I mean. It could easily have been cloying and brimming with cliches in the way of many Cozy Mystery and small town mixed magical community novels. When it came to some of the supporting characters (Mariel's mom, her best friend and her mom as well) the dialogue of those characters distracted me from the parts of the plot that I did enjoy. The small-town-with-magic setting is just as charming as the characters and made me want to visit Glimmer Falls.

Her arc was great , at first she struggles with self-esteem and pressure from her social circle, and I adored her character growth at the end . This is our first foray into the "witchy romcom" genre, and we think we made a very good choice with our intro, because this was hilarious, funny, and sexy. I wish I had liked it more, but when a book that unalives a chicken that way in the first few pages to be funny(? Some of the best scenes of the book are them opening up to each other, learning to care for the other, and sometimes surprising each other.

Mariel didn’t have his inner thoughts to know how true of heart he was, but as a reader, it made me sad. I loved watching Mariel learn to start standing up for herself and set some boundaries with her family. I couldn’t tell if this was meant to be a grumpy x sunshine because both the fmc and mmc went back and forth with being grumps.Because of their circumstances, Mariel and Oz take time to warm up to each other, starting with friendship and then moving to romance. While the cliche of 'witch summons sexy demon and, of course, they fall in love ' can get boring after a while, I read this in one sitting so don't let the stars deter you. This book has an excerpt for the next book, which is about Mariel's BFF so I'm certain this couple will also feature heavily in the next book. Also my brain completely glossed over the chicken thing at the start, but now that I've read a few reviews mentioning it. Because everytime he did any of them things the words 'toxic masculinity' where thrown all over the place and he was shouted at, shot down, emotionally manipulated.

My eyes glazed a bit at the end and even now when I know what happened, my eyes still roll a bit by what Mariel was forced to do. I liked the story, it was really light and funny (not so much my type of humor) but still well enjoyable 💫.I found it hard to put down, and as soon as I finished reading I wanted to go back to the start and enjoy it all over again. I did like that Mariel had her best friends though and that she found joy in her nature magic, which was incredibly strong (even if everyone else trivialized it). But his reputation has suffered ever since a bargain went awry - if he can strike a deal with Mariel, he will earn back his deadly reputation.

I loved the awkwardness of the relationship – what exactly does a witch do with a sexy demon that she’s summoned? While Mariel Spark was prophesied to be the most powerful witch in centuries, she hasn’t lived up to that potential. But his reputation has suffered ever since a bargain went awry—if he can strike a bargain with Mariel, he will earn back his deadly reputation.Mariel was such a dorky and goofy type of character, we meet her and she has such a refreshing energy.



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