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To Love a Witch by Debora Geary Review

Title: To Love a Witch

Author: Debora Geary

First published March 29, 2011

71 pages, Kindle Edition

Rating: 4.1


When Jake meets Romy, he thinks she’s just another witch in trouble. But as he gets to know her, he realizes there’s more to her than meets the eye.

Romy can’t decide if Jake is her knight in shining armor or a dangerous kidnapper. Add in a tattooed musician, a little girl with extraordinary abilities, and some Italian pasta, and you have a recipe for a love story.

Novel Nibbles brings you a short novel that you can read during your lunch break, on your phone, or anytime you need a quick escape. With only 20,000 words (70-80 pages), To Love a Witch is the perfect length for a satisfying read.

Editoral Review

In “To Love a Witch,” Debora Geary takes readers on a magical journey filled with romance, laughter, and a few unexpected twists. Geary is no stranger to the paranormal romance genre, having written several popular series featuring witches, healers, and other supernatural beings.

Set in the cozy town of Nodaway Falls, the story follows the charming witch, Lauren, who has been cursed by a powerful warlock. Her only hope for breaking the curse is to find true love, but alas, all her romantic endeavors have been disastrous.

Enter, Caleb, a handsome newcomer to Nodaway Falls who is hiding a secret of his own. Sparks fly as Lauren and Caleb navigate their feelings for one another while fighting off magical enemies and trying to break the curse.

Geary’s writing style is light-hearted and humorous, making this a perfect read for anyone looking for a romantic comedy with a touch of magic. The characters are well-developed, with Lauren and Caleb’s chemistry being the highlight of the book.

However, the supporting characters also add depth and humor to the story, making it a fun and enjoyable read. One of the strengths of “To Love a Witch” is how it tackles the themes of love, forgiveness, and self-acceptance.

Through Lauren’s journey, we see her learn to love herself and embrace her powers, which is a powerful message that many readers can relate to. While the pacing of the book is a bit slow in the beginning, it picks up quickly once Lauren and Caleb’s relationship starts to develop.

Geary also does an excellent job of describing the magical world of Nodaway Falls, making it easy for readers to immerse themselves in the story. Overall, “To Love a Witch” is a delightful read that will leave readers with a smile on their faces.

While it may not be the most groundbreaking book in the paranormal romance genre, it delivers on its promise of a fun and entertaining read. Fans of Geary’s previous works or anyone looking for a light-hearted romance with a touch of magic will enjoy this book.

I give “To Love a Witch” four out of five stars. It’s a well-written book that I would recommend to anyone looking for a feel-good romance with a bit of magic.