You're all in for a treat because this book is SO MUCH FUN! Sarah Hawley's effervescent prose leaps off the page right from the hilarious opening scene, and I did not stop smiling until hours after I'd reached the end. Hawley's Mariel and Oz are both such delightful and charming characters, both separately and together, and her writing is infused with such effortless humor. TL;DR: Drop everything and read this
Whimsically sexy, charmingly romantic, and magically hilarious. This book put a spell on me and bewitched me, body and soul!
I was lucky enough to snag an ARC from Berkley, and I have to pity everyone else who has to wait until March to read this. The experience of reading this book is like being invited on a picnic lunch to the English countryside in summer by the funniest person you know. Sarah has packed all your favorite snacks, found a great spot next to some wildflowers, and will make you snort-laugh sparkling lemonade through your nose when she drops in a knotting joke
If GOOD OMENS were a small-town, enemies-to-lovers romcom. It's bright, bubbly, sexy, funny, and glorious
I loved A Witch's Guide to Fake Dating a Demon! It's the most utterly witchy sort of meet-cute, and I loved their banter. I loved the awkwardness of the relationship - what exactly does a witch do with a sexy demon that she's summoned? Romance readers know this answer. It was quirky, witty, and sexy all at once, and Oz is a delicious swoon-worthy hero. The small-town-with-magic setting is just as charming as the characters and made me want to visit Glimmer Falls. Highly, highly recommended for Nalini Singh fans who like a side of Charmed to their romance
Sarah Hawley makes an outstanding debut with A WITCH'S GUIDE TO FAKE DATING A DEMON. Reading this book is like standing in the bright heart of magic. I laughed, I swooned, I sighed dreamily, often on the same page. It truly was a sparkling delight, and I can't wait to see what spell Hawley weaves for us next!
Hawley ably navigates life and love among toxic family members, fantastical chaos, and small-town politics-with some steamy scenes and plenty of dad jokes along the way. This is a treat