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Can’t Wait for … Hex Appeal

From my previous Top Ten Tuesday post, to my previous Can’t Wait Wednesday, to my latest review, I’ve spent a lot of time this past week talking about Christmas. As much as I love a cozy Christmas book—and trust me, I’ll be reading a lot of them between now and December—it is only September. Halloween is right around the corner, and how could I let October pass by without a witchy read? Fortunately, there’s one in particular I cannot wait to read…

From the publisher:

It’s just a bunch of hocus pocus…

Essie Winterscale lives in a huge and ever-changing house in the village of Good Winter, in deepest, darkest Essex. She lives with various witches of various ages, one of whom is still a bit salty about having been burned at the stake in 1635, one who keeps accidentally casting fertility spells, and one who knits things that create the future.

All Essie ever wanted was to have a normal life but in the end she found herself drawn back to Beldam House because she just can’t stop her witchiness (although the ability to instantly chill wine is pretty awesome, even she has to admit).

Into this coven of chaos stumbles gorgeous, clueless Josh, their new landlord – and he’s just discovered his tenants haven’t paid rent since the 1700s! As Josh is drawn further into the lives of the inhabitants of Beldam House, Essie is determined to keep him at broomstick’s length. That is, until a family secret, lying hidden for centuries, puts Josh firmly under her spell…

Title: Hex Appeal
Author: Kate Johnson
Publisher: One More Chapter
Expected Publication: November 01, 2022
Classification: Romance

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Note: Can’t Wait Wednesday is a feature hosted by Tressa at Wishful Endings, so be sure to check out her weekly post to find other participants. Fair warning: don’t be surprised if you come away with an expanded TBR pile.

3 responses to “Can’t Wait for … Hex Appeal”

  1. Fancy getting all stroppy about being burned at the stake. Some people have no sense of humour.


    1. Who would have thought? Sometimes you just have to laugh at life … and beyond.

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