Ann Aguirre is one of my favorite authors, so I’m always excited about reading one of her books! BOSS WITCH is the newest installment to her Fix-It Witches series and this entire concept really drew me in because of its uniqueness. Not only is it not something I have seen very much of lately, but it’s also quite a departure from Aguirre’s other style of books. Needless to say, I was intrigued.
This book is much lighter than her other works, but it pairs nicely with the trends that are popular right now. I love the witch element but felt like there was something missing. I enjoyed the banter and the characters, but I hoped to see more in terms of the plot. It was a quick read that felt more like a refresher for me.
If you’re looking for something charming with a bit of a twist, then BOSS WITCH might be something for you, especially if you like witches.
The second in an adorable witchy rom-com series by New York Times bestselling author Ann Aguirre, perfect for fans of:
Ride-or-die female friendships
A bisexual heroine who stubbornly refuses to accept help
A hero with an incredibly pesky moral conscience
A mouse named Benson who may or may not have all the answers to life, magic, and love (Spoiler: he does!)
Clementine Waterhouse is a perfectly logical witch. She doesn't tumble headlong into love. Rather she weighs the pros and cons and decides if a relationship is worth pursuing. At least that's always been her modus operandi before. Clem prefers being the one in charge, always the first to walk away when the time is right. Attraction has never struck her like lightning.
Until the witch hunter comes to town.
Gavin Rhys hates being a witch hunter, but his family honor is on the line, and he needs to prove he's nothing like his grandfather, a traitor who let everyone down. But things in St. Claire aren't what they seem, and Gavin is distracted from the job immediately by a bewitching brunette with a sexy smile and haunting secrets in her eyes.
Can the bossiest witch in town find a happy ending with the last person she should ever love?