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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 Waterho 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?


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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 Waterho 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?

30 review for Boss Witch

  1. 5 out of 5

    chan ☆

    i didn't particularly enjoy the first book but was ready and willing to give this one a go. i shouldn't have 😬 the audiobook narration was pretty bad which certainly didn't help. but the main issue here was the, for lack of a better word, random way that this was paced. there is absolutely no lead up to our main characters meeting and then they start dating immediately? the conflict was lackluster, the side characters uninspired, and the sex scenes tepid. skip. i didn't particularly enjoy the first book but was ready and willing to give this one a go. i shouldn't have 😬 the audiobook narration was pretty bad which certainly didn't help. but the main issue here was the, for lack of a better word, random way that this was paced. there is absolutely no lead up to our main characters meeting and then they start dating immediately? the conflict was lackluster, the side characters uninspired, and the sex scenes tepid. skip.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Madison Warner Fairbanks

    Boss Witch by Ann Aguirre Fix-it Witches series book 2. Paranormal romance. Can be read as a stand-alone but some references to the first book would make it better having read the first. The two stories run along the same time line. Dual POV. Gavin is a witch-Hunter doing his job under duress. He’s never liked spying and he likes it even less now that he’s come to know the community and one interesting female in particular. Their lives aren’t as easy as walking away though so it’s going to get me Boss Witch by Ann Aguirre Fix-it Witches series book 2. Paranormal romance. Can be read as a stand-alone but some references to the first book would make it better having read the first. The two stories run along the same time line. Dual POV. Gavin is a witch-Hunter doing his job under duress. He’s never liked spying and he likes it even less now that he’s come to know the community and one interesting female in particular. Their lives aren’t as easy as walking away though so it’s going to get messy. Entertaining with more witchy-ness in this book than the first. Both Clem and Gavin have family issues over and above that just by point of his job, they should be on opposite sides. But their chemistry overrides the danger and has them each questioning the future. Slow initial burn to plenty of steamy interludes. Clear indications at the end on whose book is next. I can’t wait! 🎧 I subsequently listened to an audiobook copy narrated by Ava Lucas. I enjoyed the performance more for the personalities which came through clearly. The voices were distinct even at 1.5 which was my preference for regular conversation speed. An unexpected voice addition was more amusing in the audio. I received a copy of this from NetGalley.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Alaina

    I have received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Boss Witch is the second installment within the Fix-It Witches series. In this, you are following the romance that eventually blossoms between Clementine and Gavin. Just like the previous book, I really enjoyed watching them grow closer to one another. They had amazing chemistry if I'm being honest. So, it's safe to assume that I just loved them unconditionally. Maybe even supernaturally. The only downside is she's a witch a I have received this ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Boss Witch is the second installment within the Fix-It Witches series. In this, you are following the romance that eventually blossoms between Clementine and Gavin. Just like the previous book, I really enjoyed watching them grow closer to one another. They had amazing chemistry if I'm being honest. So, it's safe to assume that I just loved them unconditionally. Maybe even supernaturally. The only downside is she's a witch and he's a witch hunter. It really hurt me when she found out the truth and then lied to him about her true feelings. Claiming everything was a ruse between them when we all know it wasn't. It just couldn't be the truth because deep down I knew how they felt. They couldn't walk away from one another that easily, could they? Eventually other secrets come out towards the end and one of them left me in shock. This little reveal definitely helped Clem and Gavin get even closer to one another. Which made me happy because I wanted them together no matter what. In the end, I'm so happy that I found this series and can't wait for the next book to come out. Super excited to watch Leanne and Trevor fall in love.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Claudia

    I was slightly confused in this book finding that I seemed to have missed chunks or that the world building seemed slightly off and then I realized that this was a sequel and I totally missed the first one, which is on me. Beyond that and taking those not really faults aside, I really enjoyed this story. Boss Witch is about Clementine, a witch who works as a techno-witch in small town, fixing computers and what not. She is driven by her coven to protect them when a witch hunter comes to town and I was slightly confused in this book finding that I seemed to have missed chunks or that the world building seemed slightly off and then I realized that this was a sequel and I totally missed the first one, which is on me. Beyond that and taking those not really faults aside, I really enjoyed this story. Boss Witch is about Clementine, a witch who works as a techno-witch in small town, fixing computers and what not. She is driven by her coven to protect them when a witch hunter comes to town and Clem decides to be a really distracting distraction by dating him away. It gets complicated, obviously. This book was a pretty fun rom-com. I enjoyed the light magic world build and complicated family dynamics. I really liked the romance between the two main characters which obviously was needed to enjoy most of the story since it was the main focus. Clem was a difficult character but an understandable one and her dynamic worked with the love interest even if it didn’t always make her look the best with other characters. She seemed particularly hard to her cousin who I understand is the main character of the first book so I look forward to that. There is definitely a level of cheesiness but I wanted that. I loved the cute random dates and chemistry and the spice was nice. The plot is loose but keeps the story moving forward and a ‘plot hole’ I questioned turned out to be a feature not a bug! I listened to this on audio, narrated by Ava Lucas who generally did a great job though I did not like her ‘male’ voice for the main love interest and it was very distracting. Thank you to Netgalley and Dreamscape Media for this audio ARC! I plan on going back and reading the first and then following up for the next book!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Anna Reads Here

    Release Date: April 5th, 2022 Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Steam: 🔥🔥🔥 Tropes: paranormal romances, forbidden, forced proximity, opposites attract, witches CW/TW: toxic family situations, child of divorce, threats and minor scenes of violence Review: I read Witch Please and Boss Witch one after the other, because I wanted to get the full feel of this universe and I’m glad I did that. Because having all of the background necessary for the Waterhouse witches really helped make book two that much stronger. While Wit Release Date: April 5th, 2022 Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Steam: 🔥🔥🔥 Tropes: paranormal romances, forbidden, forced proximity, opposites attract, witches CW/TW: toxic family situations, child of divorce, threats and minor scenes of violence Review: I read Witch Please and Boss Witch one after the other, because I wanted to get the full feel of this universe and I’m glad I did that. Because having all of the background necessary for the Waterhouse witches really helped make book two that much stronger. While Witch Please set the tone for the series and the Waterhouse family, Boss Witch really carried the entire story. I’m a sucker for witches and magic and that was lacking in the first book, but the second one had that and so much more. I didn’t know what I was getting myself into, but I’m really happy with how it all worked out. It is recommended to read these two books in order even though there are scenes that overlap through the second book, but reading the first one gives you a full look into this family, their magic and all the drama that follows. I was really curious about how Clementine would get Gavin off Danica’s scent after he showed up in town and I have to say that I absolutely loved their scenes together. The flirting and the banter were entertaining and I really enjoyed watching them resist each other every step of the way. I also definitely liked the whole forbidden romance aspect because as a witch, Clem really shouldn’t have anything to do with Gavin as a witch hunter and vice versa. But sometimes, the heart and body wants what it wants. Gavin was such an interesting character! While I liked Titus, he didn’t really make me feel a whole lot. Whereas Gavin’s struggle and torment about being a witch hunter, the dislike he has for his father and the family business all added so much more to him as a character. It also made the relationship between Clem and Gavin that much stronger and interesting, because they had their own wounds and they had this external complication that was really testing them every step of the way. Clementine was also a much more interesting heroine than Danica was and I loved how much she brought to the table. She’s tough, stubborn and sarcastic, she’s also fearless and sometimes a little reckless, but all of that made her so interesting. She uses all her strengths to get what she wants and steps back to lean on others when things get tough. I feel like one of the reasons she’s more interesting is because this book is not only about her relationship with Gavin, it’s about her relationship with the coven and Danica, her grandmother and her parents. All of these little pieces and elements really lends to making Clem a more rounded and lovable character. I knew that their relationship was going to be way hotter than book one and it was. I loved the insta-lust and the unyielding desire to just have each other all the time. But I also loved how slow they took it, how they built this connection up with all that sexual tension and the teasing before they leaped at the chance for more. The combination of their emotional and physical relationship really strengthened what they had going for them and I loved that so much. My favourite thing about this book is the amount of magic that we finally get to see. In the first book, there’s a certain amount of magic and we don’t see Danica do more than that. But with this book, Clementine and the coven use magic and talk about magic more than I expected. I loved that we got to see them be actual witches instead of women who have powers and use it on the side. It also gives us a better glimpse into the working of the coven, which was such a treat for me and connected us to each of those women in a completely new way. All in all, this book made me happy and I enjoyed it for all that it was. And knowing that Leanne and Trevor are getting their own book makes me so giddy, because the little teaser we got in this book has me super excited to see where things go! Thanks to Sourcebooks Casablanca and NetGalley for generously providing me with an advance copy. I am voluntarily leaving an honest review. Read more of my reviews on anna reads here

  6. 4 out of 5

    Tea

    Dropped it about 20% in Really struggled with this audiobook. The narrator does not do a good accent for the male lead and the "voice" she's doing for him changes over the chapters (which is actually a good thing because the initial voice was terrible, I was honestly shocked when the female lead said something about his sexy British accent... I thought she was going for New Jersey, or maybe Rizzo the Rat?) The story itself is boring and tonally off. It's a light, fluffy romcom... Where the hero is Dropped it about 20% in Really struggled with this audiobook. The narrator does not do a good accent for the male lead and the "voice" she's doing for him changes over the chapters (which is actually a good thing because the initial voice was terrible, I was honestly shocked when the female lead said something about his sexy British accent... I thought she was going for New Jersey, or maybe Rizzo the Rat?) The story itself is boring and tonally off. It's a light, fluffy romcom... Where the hero is there to murder the heroine and all her family? Like that is pretty dark but the book doesn't treat it that way. I don't know, maybe I missed a key part where they explained that "witch hunter" doesn't mean what I think it means, but I don't understand why the vibe is so fiddle-dee-dee about the base premise. Also it is just straight up hard to root for a girl who knows a guy wants to kill her family but still wants to bang him, or a grown man who is hunting people at the behest of his abusive dad? I mean, cool if that storyline works for you, but if it does, the cutesy romcom vibe of this book is probably not the packaging you are hoping to find it in.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sarahcophagus

    This book would be much better if Witch Please didn’t exist. All of the witches are like, “Woe is us, these witch hunters want to hurt us when we’re just simple innocent people!” Totally ignoring how much hurt and manipulation has been done to Titus and other mundanes directly by their un-policed witchy actions in Witch Please. I’m not saying the witches deserve to be murdered over this or anything, but to claim that they are innocent victims to the cruelty of witch hunters is laughably downplay This book would be much better if Witch Please didn’t exist. All of the witches are like, “Woe is us, these witch hunters want to hurt us when we’re just simple innocent people!” Totally ignoring how much hurt and manipulation has been done to Titus and other mundanes directly by their un-policed witchy actions in Witch Please. I’m not saying the witches deserve to be murdered over this or anything, but to claim that they are innocent victims to the cruelty of witch hunters is laughably downplaying their unchecked power. I don’t think that Clem is a particularly well written character. Her “plan” of sexually distracting Gavin while he’s in town to hunt witches doesn’t do anything to foil his plans of exposing the local witches. He’s still hot on the trail in between their dates. She’s not using her distracting time wisely either, and conveniently forgets to do any research into how to get rid of witch hunters in the time she’s buying by distracting him. It’s the thinnest excuse ever for her fake seduction plans. I know she quickly feels real feelings, but how she didn’t see through that as possibility when setting up cutesy adorable dates is unfathomable. None of her coven is helping her either. For such a serious threat, they’ve all pretty much all washed their hands of it. Also Gaslight Grandma is up to her old bullshit by being absolutely atrocious and pushing Clem’s estranged dad back into her and her mother’s lives. I wanted some serious comeuppance for Gram and I don’t think what we get is enough for all the injustice she’s put her whole family through. On a positive note, I think the pacing was better, and story was an improvement over Witch Please. Without revealing too much, I thought the twist was really clever and I didn’t see it coming. It just wasn’t enough to save the book.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Charlie Marie

    Omigoodness I didn’t think it was possible to love a witchy romance more than the first book in this series, but Boss Witch absolutely stole my whole heart! The MCs grapple with redemption and unlearning toxic world views, and healing from unhealthy family patterns and learning to accept care, and yet somehow the book is still effervescent and joyful?! Also, I loved getting a deeper dive into world building! And the sweet intergenerational friendships made me so happy! Most importantly, there is Omigoodness I didn’t think it was possible to love a witchy romance more than the first book in this series, but Boss Witch absolutely stole my whole heart! The MCs grapple with redemption and unlearning toxic world views, and healing from unhealthy family patterns and learning to accept care, and yet somehow the book is still effervescent and joyful?! Also, I loved getting a deeper dive into world building! And the sweet intergenerational friendships made me so happy! Most importantly, there is the cutest mouse in the world, my favorite character, known as Benson!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cait

    none of the charm of the first one, which is wild because the premise here SHOULD work so well???

  10. 5 out of 5

    Micky Cox

    Absolutely entertaining! This book overlaps the first book as it shows some of the same timeline, but this time from Clem and Gavin's point of view. Intriguing, delightfully funny with building suspense and great bedroom antics to keep you entertained for hours, The war between the witches and the hunters is building leaving Clem and Gavin not only in the middle, but on opposite sides. A great paranormal romance with several subplots overlapping the main plot to give the story more depth and dec Absolutely entertaining! This book overlaps the first book as it shows some of the same timeline, but this time from Clem and Gavin's point of view. Intriguing, delightfully funny with building suspense and great bedroom antics to keep you entertained for hours, The war between the witches and the hunters is building leaving Clem and Gavin not only in the middle, but on opposite sides. A great paranormal romance with several subplots overlapping the main plot to give the story more depth and decidedly more entertainment! I can't wait to listen to the next book in the series as this series has been absolutely fantastic to listen to! I really hope there will be more books in this series!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Bon

    Thanks to Netgalley for this audio ARC, the book drops April 5th. Neygalley's summary doesn't give away that this is second in a series, and it probably should have. This book leans enough on nods to the first that the feeling of missing something kept hitting me. I probably wouldn't have requested if that was more clear. That and some other things leave me giving this two stars. I was so bored and I wish that wasn't the case. I think this book's writing wasn't great to begin with, needed more edi Thanks to Netgalley for this audio ARC, the book drops April 5th. Neygalley's summary doesn't give away that this is second in a series, and it probably should have. This book leans enough on nods to the first that the feeling of missing something kept hitting me. I probably wouldn't have requested if that was more clear. That and some other things leave me giving this two stars. I was so bored and I wish that wasn't the case. I think this book's writing wasn't great to begin with, needed more editing, and in this case, the audio performance didn't elevate the material at all. The narrator, she tried, and her general narration and voice for the protagonist was clear and classy. But the male love interest. He sounded awful and pinched, grunted, like it was a struggle to attempt the voice; the accent often sounded more Australian than English to me, too. The same went for her voicing of our protagonist's Scottish father; it was like the focus was on accent and not actual emotive tone. They should have sprung for dual narrators. This was absolutely a dealbreaker and left me skipping ahead. Most importantly, I didn't really feel chemistry between the leads, probably because of the really imbalanced attention to detail. For example, the first sex scene was alright, if it hadn't immediately afterward been referred to as "exchanging bodily fluids". Sexy. This weirdly clinical way of describing things often cropped up. As a reader, I appreciate clothing and hair descriptions a lot to see a character. What I don't need is excruciating detail on the appliances available in the male lead's air bnb, down to the buttons on the tv remote. It slowed down what was supposed to be fluffy witchy chick lit. By the halfway point I had lost all interest and it was a chore to finish this book. On to the next.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Hillary

    Thank you to SourceBooks and NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review! 3/5 ⭐️s It’s mind-boggling to me that Ann Aguirre is also the author of Strange Love, one of my favorite alien romances. This duology of small town witches is so different in comparison! Boss Witch had some shining moments. I loved Clem and Gavin’s struggle to not fall for each other. They both have secrets that keep them from fully committing, and that angst is delicious! The plot with the witch hunters was the b Thank you to SourceBooks and NetGalley for this ARC in exchange for an honest review! 3/5 ⭐️s It’s mind-boggling to me that Ann Aguirre is also the author of Strange Love, one of my favorite alien romances. This duology of small town witches is so different in comparison! Boss Witch had some shining moments. I loved Clem and Gavin’s struggle to not fall for each other. They both have secrets that keep them from fully committing, and that angst is delicious! The plot with the witch hunters was the best part of this book, and I wish we’d focused more on that. I hadn’t read Witch Please before reading this, so the subplot with Clem’s family left me more confused than interested. I think I would’ve loved this more if there wasn’t so much jarring attention to detail. I don’t need every meal described to me dish by dish. It doesn’t make me feel like I’m in the story. If anything, it pushes me out of the story in an awkward way. Overall, this was a cute romcom! Not my favorite, but a quick and easy read. Spice: 1.5/5 🌶s

  13. 4 out of 5

    Stacee

    2.5 stars Well, I liked this one better than the first, but only marginally. Clem was the bright spot of the previous book, so I was pretty excited to get to this one. Her inner monologue is as crunchy as I expected and I never really settled into it. Gavin seems charming, but it could just be the British thing. Together they do have some chemistry, sadly not enough to carry the story. Plot wise, it was meh. Scenes felt repetitive and not just because of the overlap of scenes from book one. I di 2.5 stars Well, I liked this one better than the first, but only marginally. Clem was the bright spot of the previous book, so I was pretty excited to get to this one. Her inner monologue is as crunchy as I expected and I never really settled into it. Gavin seems charming, but it could just be the British thing. Together they do have some chemistry, sadly not enough to carry the story. Plot wise, it was meh. Scenes felt repetitive and not just because of the overlap of scenes from book one. I didn’t quite get the tension build up and the conflict was easily resolved without any real magical fighting. Overall, I was mildly intrigued to see how it ended, but did skim through this one. I don’t think I’ll be reading any more in this series. **Huge thanks to the publisher for providing the arc free of charge**

  14. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    3.5 Another entertaining installment in the Fix-It witches series. I really enjoyed this dual perspective, opposites attract, forbidden romance between Clem and Gavin. When witch hunter Gavin comes to the small town of St. Clair the witches go on high-alert, sending Clem to investigate how much he knows. The trouble is, jaded about love Clem, finds Gavin hard to resist! Sizzling chemistry, some steamy open door scenes and an adorable mouse familiar make this paranormal romance an easy win! I can' 3.5 Another entertaining installment in the Fix-It witches series. I really enjoyed this dual perspective, opposites attract, forbidden romance between Clem and Gavin. When witch hunter Gavin comes to the small town of St. Clair the witches go on high-alert, sending Clem to investigate how much he knows. The trouble is, jaded about love Clem, finds Gavin hard to resist! Sizzling chemistry, some steamy open door scenes and an adorable mouse familiar make this paranormal romance an easy win! I can't wait for the next book in this series. Perfect for fans of Not the witch you wed or The ex hex. Great on audio too. Much thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for my advance review copy! All opinions are my own.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jenica

    So, maybe it wasn't the best idea to read Boss Witch right after reading Witch Please because it made certain character traits of Danica and Clem read completely different and I'm still struggling with how to really interpret that. On the one hand, excellent characterization because are we not all the Main Character in our own story and therefore inclined to see things from only our perspective? On the other hand, it's really hard to read book one where Clem seems so driven and focused on... Her So, maybe it wasn't the best idea to read Boss Witch right after reading Witch Please because it made certain character traits of Danica and Clem read completely different and I'm still struggling with how to really interpret that. On the one hand, excellent characterization because are we not all the Main Character in our own story and therefore inclined to see things from only our perspective? On the other hand, it's really hard to read book one where Clem seems so driven and focused on... Her idea of right vs. wrong, I suppose, and she comes across as harsh and unsupportive. Then in Boss Witch she doesn't really ever seem to reckon fully with that interpretation of her actions and almost doubles down, aside from when she has this two sentence realization that maybe grandma's thoughts and indoctrination had more of an impact on her than she realized. And so in Boss Witch we see Danica being careless and thoughtless about many of her actions, which makes sense from Clem's point of view, but is sort of hard to read about because you can't then see her grow because her book is already over. And obviously, people don't end a book and go from messy to perfect, but it's just sort of disconcerting. Also, maybe the entirety of the above paragraph is not something that is actually that important to you or to the story and I can certainly see why it wouldn't bother anyone else besides me, so let's talk about some of the other aspects of Boss Witch. So, as indicated by the set up of this book in Witch Please, a witch hunter has come to town and he's clearly going to be Clem's love interest in Boss Witch. And in fact, we pick up a little back in time from where Witch Please ends and spend about half of the book covering the period of time we saw glimpses of in Witch Please. I don't always love books that cover similar ground as the prior book in the series, so that could have been part of my issue here. But I think more than that, it's the fact that this deception paired with the fact that (at least theoretically) a witch hunter is trying to, you know, HUNT witches and a witch is falling for him, should be a little more angsty than this was? I'm not sure I can really explain how I wish that this book had handled that plot line better, but for me, it just didn't quite give me the feelings I was hoping and thought that it would. Turning now to the audio narration because I was lucky enough to receive an advanced listening copy via Netgalley... I liked the narration for this book a lot! I think I would have been tempted to DNF actually if I hadn't been listening to it, but it was a good time and it made me accomplish a lot of chores and just kept me company on a Saturday. So I would recommend picking up the audio if you're going to read this book! And again, thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for the audio review copy!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Marlene

    Originally published at Reading Reality I often begin the review of a second book in a series by speaking about how it picked up where the story left off, but that’s not even accurate here. Boss Witch picks up in the middle of Witch, Please, showing the reader the events of the second half of that first book from a different perspective in the first half of this one. So, on the one hand, new readers won’t feel like they’ve missed much by starting here. Howsomever, readers of the previous book may s Originally published at Reading Reality I often begin the review of a second book in a series by speaking about how it picked up where the story left off, but that’s not even accurate here. Boss Witch picks up in the middle of Witch, Please, showing the reader the events of the second half of that first book from a different perspective in the first half of this one. So, on the one hand, new readers won’t feel like they’ve missed much by starting here. Howsomever, readers of the previous book may start out wondering WTF is going on and whether we’re going to learn anything new about this charming (in multiple senses of the word) little Midwestern town and the witches who live there, hiding in plain sight among the mundanes. The switch in perspective from Danica to Clementine Waterhouse, cousins and sisters-of-the-heart, as they deal with the crisis that cropped up in Witch, Please in their very separate ways. Danica’s magic spiked out of control in that first book, spiking high enough to draw the attention of one of the dreaded – and dreadful – witch hunters. But Clementine has a plan to deal with Witch Hunter Gavin Rhys. (Clementine ALWAYS has a plan, that’s part of her function in the excruciatingly dysfunctional Waterhouse family.) While Danica is off ‘billing and cooing’ with the love of her life, her magically mundane ‘Cinnaman’, Clementine will do what she’s done all of their lives and clean up her cousin’s mess. But Clem is tired of being the person who gets ALL the jobs done ALL the time in their family. It’s not about work, the ‘Fix-It Witches’ shop that the cousins share. Well, it isn’t ALL about the work. It’s about Clem being the fixer-upper in their family who has taken charge and gotten the shit that needs doing done since her mother started dumping too many of her adult emotions and woes on her then-teenaged daughter. As I said, this family is not functional, and they have never put the ‘fun’ in dysfunctional in any way, shape or form. Clem is tired, and stressed, and tired of batting clean-up all the time and then getting blamed for ‘hurting’ someone by mentioning that she’s tired of cleaning up after them. She’s a bit blunt and abrasive but she’s earned it. But she sucks it up to keep the peace – and to keep her family from having a meltdown which she will, again, have to soothe and fix. I feel her pain. (I like Clem. Her family, on the other hand, drives me up a wall.) So, when Clem volunteers to distract Gavin Rhys from hunting for all the witches in town, starting with her cousin Danica, it starts out as just another thing she has to take care of for everyone else. When Clem distracting Gavin turns into Clem and Gavin distracting each other, in bed and out, Clem realizes that however it started, her relationship that shouldn’t be has become something that she’s doing just for herself – and just for him. At least until all the secrets start coming out of the woodwork to take down Clem, her coven sisters – and Gavin. Escape Rating C+: I really need to start picking books this week where I like the characters a whole lot more than I did yesterday and today. The Waterhouse family of witches absolutely does not put the fun in dysfunctional. The real problem at the core of the family is that Gram is more toxic than the Wicked Witch of the West, and unfortunately a big chunk of the story that repeats between Witch, Please and Boss Witch is the revelation of just how toxic and manipulative Gram really is, and just how much and how often she reaches out to damage and demean every other woman in the family – meaning her daughters and her granddaughters. She’s honestly a greater force for evil than the witch hunters – and is that EVER saying something! One of the problems I had with Witch, Please is that even after Gram’s lies and manipulations are uncovered, she doesn’t get the comeuppance she deserves. So the story has to deal with it all again in this book, and she still doesn’t take delivery of the message. That left this reader unsatisfied with that part of the story. Again. OTOH, the witch hunter saga does manage to get surprisingly neatly tied up with a big bow in a way that gives Gavin’s crisis of both conscience and the heart a lot of emotional weight. The way that Gavin’s situation is resolved, both as a witch hunter AND with his own uber-toxic father, was wonderfully cathartic. (If only Gavin’s dad and Clem’s Gram could share a prison cell for a while…) But on my third hand – the one belonging to my familiar, perhaps – resolving the witch hunter danger at the end of this book, does make the thought of the third book in the series, Extra Witchy, feel more than a bit anticlimactic (no matter how many climaxes the characters manage to experience) – particularly as it looks like the first half of that story runs parallel to the second half of this one. So, color me curious about how this all works out into HEAs all around. We’ll see when Extra Witchy drops in October.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Aly

    This is a cute world and I enjoy reading about the witches and their romances. Clem is level headed and has decided that relationships aren't really for her. Then a witch hunter rolls into town and she's tasked with distracting him from finding their paranormal community. Attraction quickly sparks and Clem has to decided if she can be with someone who hunts witches or if she needs to shut down and go back to her lonely life. I loved the representation in this. Clem is bisexual and it seems like This is a cute world and I enjoy reading about the witches and their romances. Clem is level headed and has decided that relationships aren't really for her. Then a witch hunter rolls into town and she's tasked with distracting him from finding their paranormal community. Attraction quickly sparks and Clem has to decided if she can be with someone who hunts witches or if she needs to shut down and go back to her lonely life. I loved the representation in this. Clem is bisexual and it seems like Gavin is pansexual (though it isn't explicitly stated.) It's nice seeing more LGBTQ+ characters in romances. I also enjoyed Clem standing up to her biased grandmother and her parents who use her as a toy to fight over. I'm always excited to see strong women not taking any crap from anyone. The romance in this is fun and I thought Gavin was a good match for Clem. We also saw Danica in her happy life with Titus, which made me happy. Looking forward to the next book! I voluntarily read and reviewed this book. All opinions are my own. Thank you to Dreamscape Media and NetGalley for the copy

  18. 4 out of 5

    Micky Cox

    Absolutely entertaining! This book overlaps the first book as it shows some of the same timeline, but this time from Clem and Gavin's point of view. Intriguing, delightfully funny with building suspense and great bedroom antics to keep you entertained for hours, The war between the witches and the hunters is building leaving Clem and Gavin not only in the middle, but on opposite sides. A great paranormal romance with several subplots overlapping the main plot to give the story more depth and dec Absolutely entertaining! This book overlaps the first book as it shows some of the same timeline, but this time from Clem and Gavin's point of view. Intriguing, delightfully funny with building suspense and great bedroom antics to keep you entertained for hours, The war between the witches and the hunters is building leaving Clem and Gavin not only in the middle, but on opposite sides. A great paranormal romance with several subplots overlapping the main plot to give the story more depth and decidedly more entertainment! I can't wait to listen to the next book in the series as this series has been absolutely fantastic to listen to! I really hope there will be more books in this series!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Louise

    You can't get a more forbidden romance than a witch and a witch hunter! I love this series, especially Witch Please, but this one had a slightly bumpy start for me. I think partly due to the timeline overlapping book one, the beginning insta-lust between Clem and Gavin felt rushed to me. But as their feelings became more concrete, I truly grew to love this couple, Benson the mouse, and the risk of jeopardizing their separate missions. Attempting to distract Gavin in order to protect her coven, I You can't get a more forbidden romance than a witch and a witch hunter! I love this series, especially Witch Please, but this one had a slightly bumpy start for me. I think partly due to the timeline overlapping book one, the beginning insta-lust between Clem and Gavin felt rushed to me. But as their feelings became more concrete, I truly grew to love this couple, Benson the mouse, and the risk of jeopardizing their separate missions. Attempting to distract Gavin in order to protect her coven, I really loved Clem. She's a little moody and blunt, but also fiercely protective of those close to her. Gavin was the one to really shine for me, though. Not fully understanding his purpose as a witch hunter, mostly following out of obligation, I loved seeing him push back against the constraints from his father. There was much more witch history in this one, and it was really interesting to see it unfold. And I totally didn't expect the twist. Although I didn't love this as much as book one, the conclusion has me incredibly intrigued for book three! I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for review

  20. 5 out of 5

    Annie

    Read this review on Fresh Fiction 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 ni Read this review on Fresh Fiction 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.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Emmalita

    I love this and I hope everyone in the coven gets a book. To recap, in Witch, Please we met Danica and Clementine Waterhouse, cousins who share a home in a small Midwestern town and co-own a repair shop called Fix-It Witches. They are witches, from a family of witches and part of a coven. While Danica is reluctantly falling in love with Titus, her magic is spiking, which attracts the attention of a witch hunter. Clem volunteers to distract and divert the witch hunter. It becomes clear that Clem h I love this and I hope everyone in the coven gets a book. To recap, in Witch, Please we met Danica and Clementine Waterhouse, cousins who share a home in a small Midwestern town and co-own a repair shop called Fix-It Witches. They are witches, from a family of witches and part of a coven. While Danica is reluctantly falling in love with Titus, her magic is spiking, which attracts the attention of a witch hunter. Clem volunteers to distract and divert the witch hunter. It becomes clear that Clem has developed a sexual relationship and maybe even feelings for the hunter. Boss Witch overlaps in time and plot with Witch, Please. It continues the theme of extricating oneself from toxic family dynamics. Because Clem is very different from Danica, the tone and feeling of Boss Witch is very different. It’s an enemies to lovers romance with actual consequences before Clem and Gavin get an HEA. Gavin Rhys doesn’t like being a witch hunter, but he doesn’t know how to escape. His father, always disapproving, is the head of the witch hunter’s organization and raised him to be a loyal foot soldier in the holy crusade against witches. When he rides into the small town looking for the source of the magic spike, he is as far from his father as he’s ever been an more interested in figuring out how to not be a witch hunter than in finding the witch. When he falls into Clem’s honey pot, he is more than happy to spend time with an interesting woman. But they have agreed that there is a time limit on their relationship. The emotion I felt most reading this romance was yearning. Yearning with a capital Y. It permeates the book from beginning to end. Gavin yearns for connection, home and family. Clem yearns for someone to care about her for her and not for what she can do for them. Gavin and Clem are both inherently kind people put into untenable situations by their families. Clem is a problem solver, so even when she’s trying to solve the problem of Gavin being in town, she also finds solutions for him. She’s finding solutions, cleaning up messes and trying to avert disaster so much you can feel her exhaustion and yearning for someone to be her oasis. Gavin, of all people, the huge threat to her safety and the safety of her loved ones, gives her more of that oasis than anyone else. Gavin, and the witch hunters league have caused real harm in the world. So how can Gavin have a happily ever after with a witch? Ann Aguirre answers with genuine remorse and restorative justice. I love this. One of the reasons I gravitate towards the liberation wing of romance, is because the stories aren’t just about falling in love, but also making the world a better place, even if it’s just one small sliver of the world. Clem and Gavin’s relationship doesn’t solidify because he gives a good grovel, but because he accepts responsibility and puts in the work to undo what harm he can. Ann Aguirre does a beautiful job balancing the light and the dark in Boss Witch. I really think this might be my favorite book of hers so far. CW: Toxic families, threats of violence, remembered trauma. I received this as an advance reader copy from NetGalley and Sourcebooks. My opinions are my own.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Leith Devine

    I loved this follow up to “Witch, Please”, the first in the Fix-It Witches series. It’s the enemies to lovers trope on steroids, I’ve never seen one where lives literally could be at stake! Clementine is back, fixing appliances and electronics using witchcraft. Unfortunately for her and the entire town, there’s a (hot) witch hunter around trying to detect traces of witchcraft, and Clem volunteers to distract him from the search. Gavin is getting disenchanted with the idea of hunting witches, but I loved this follow up to “Witch, Please”, the first in the Fix-It Witches series. It’s the enemies to lovers trope on steroids, I’ve never seen one where lives literally could be at stake! Clementine is back, fixing appliances and electronics using witchcraft. Unfortunately for her and the entire town, there’s a (hot) witch hunter around trying to detect traces of witchcraft, and Clem volunteers to distract him from the search. Gavin is getting disenchanted with the idea of hunting witches, but his father is a very powerful hunter. When Clem and Gavin get together, sparks literally fly. How can these have a relationship given their backgrounds? This is a sweet and funny romance that I really enjoyed. The characters are all well-drawn and there are plenty of spicy scenes to enjoy! Blurb: “Ride-or-die female friendships. A bisexual heroine who stubbornly refuses to accept help. A hero with an incredibly pesky moral conscience with 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?” Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Shannon

    Boss Witch Fix-It Witches, Book 2 I Picked Up This Book Because: Continue the series Media Type: Audiobook Source: Netgalley Dates Read: 3/8/22 - 3/14/22 Stars: 3.5 Narrator(s): Ava Lucas The Characters: Clementine “Clem” Waterhouse: Gavin Rhys: The Story: It took me a while to figure out why I wasn’t glomming onto this story like I did the first book in the series and it’s because the relationship/sisterhood between Danica and Clem was missin Boss Witch Fix-It Witches, Book 2 I Picked Up This Book Because: Continue the series Media Type: Audiobook Source: Netgalley Dates Read: 3/8/22 - 3/14/22 Stars: 3.5 Narrator(s): Ava Lucas The Characters: Clementine “Clem” Waterhouse: Gavin Rhys: The Story: It took me a while to figure out why I wasn’t glomming onto this story like I did the first book in the series and it’s because the relationship/sisterhood between Danica and Clem was missing. That’s what drew me to the series. Their cousin/sister relationship was strong and though it is still strong they spend a good portion of this book in an argument and it detected from the appeal for me. On the other hand Gavin had me drawn in so the book was saved. From his upbringing to finding out the things that he did (I won’t speak of them because it would be a major spoiler) kept my attention. Also the chemistry between him and Clem didn’t hurt. I’m glad Clem found someone she can lean on because the stress of her trying to fix everything herself was gonna kill her. I respect her for the tough conversations she had to have with her family though I wish she had done it sooner. The Random Thoughts: Challenges: A to Z Reading Challenge 2022 - B

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sara | sara.reads.too.much

    3 stars - It was ok I went into this book in a Halloween mood. I was craving magic, witches and all thing spooky and that cover got me hooked!! I enjoyed the first book of the series and I was super excited to see that Clementine (such a cute name) got her own story! I LOVE forbidden romances and this is kind of the ultimate forbidden romance, isn't it?? Witch falls for witch hunter. I mean, how much more forbidden can you get?? When Clementine and her coven discover that a witch hunter has come 3 stars - It was ok I went into this book in a Halloween mood. I was craving magic, witches and all thing spooky and that cover got me hooked!! I enjoyed the first book of the series and I was super excited to see that Clementine (such a cute name) got her own story! I LOVE forbidden romances and this is kind of the ultimate forbidden romance, isn't it?? Witch falls for witch hunter. I mean, how much more forbidden can you get?? When Clementine and her coven discover that a witch hunter has come to thier town, Clementine does what she does best, protect her coven, and she does this by befriending this witch hunter, Gavin, to distract him from everyone else, ending up falling for him along the way. Gavin is a witch hunter that doesn't want to follow in his father's footsteps. Throughout the book, he's conflicted with himself over the job he was sent to do and questions everything about being a witch hunter, while also falling for Celmentine, not knowing that she's a witch. This book was fun and cute. I would've loved to see more magic throughout the book rather than the last bit of it. The story also felt very rushed. I love fast-paced books but something about this one made it seem like it was trying to put as much information as possible in a short amount of time so it felt rushed at the beginning and end. Benson the mouse has to be my favorite part. Everyone needs to have a familiar because that's just too cute! Thank you to Netgalley and Sourcebooks Casablanca for the earc in return for an honest review.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    30 Books in 30 Days, Vol. 2 Book 21/30 Thanks to Netgalley and Dreamscape Media for the Audio ARC. It hasn't affected the content of my review. I liked this better than the first one! By quite a bit. The romance was very nice. I liked both Clem and Gavin, and thought they had lovely chemistry. The book really took off though when the non-romantic plot got going. I'm glad to say that the fact that Gavin is a witch hunter is not wasted, at all. It's a significant part of his character growth, and Agu 30 Books in 30 Days, Vol. 2 Book 21/30 Thanks to Netgalley and Dreamscape Media for the Audio ARC. It hasn't affected the content of my review. I liked this better than the first one! By quite a bit. The romance was very nice. I liked both Clem and Gavin, and thought they had lovely chemistry. The book really took off though when the non-romantic plot got going. I'm glad to say that the fact that Gavin is a witch hunter is not wasted, at all. It's a significant part of his character growth, and Aguirre doesn't ignore it in the least. I also thought it was handled really well, how a witch and a witch hunter could fall in love, and the narrative doesn't just gloss over the difficulties there just to give them their happily ever after. Their HEA is well earned. I actually think I liked the witch hunting plot better than the romance. I definitely love Benson the mouse. I still hate hate hate that the witches can't tell their significant others that they are witches. If this isn't addressed in the next book, I seriously think I am going to go back and lower the first book down by a full star. I listened to the audio ARC for this one, same as the first book, and while Ava Lucas isn't my favorite narrator ever, she continues to do a solid job with this series. I did love her voice for Gavin. Very much in for Trevor and Leanne's book up next.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Hailey

    FIVE STARS WITCHES!!!!!! Clem has my whole heart. Her attitude towards solving problems and her ease and wit completely won me over. In book one I thought she was a bit of a wet blanket, and now after reading book 2, that's how I feel about Danica 🤣 Gavin was so so so charming. The accent, his easy demeanor and love of tiny farm animals. I loved the banter between him and Clem, and I totally fell for him too. The main storyline was really exciting and different. I was on the edge of my seat, and FIVE STARS WITCHES!!!!!! Clem has my whole heart. Her attitude towards solving problems and her ease and wit completely won me over. In book one I thought she was a bit of a wet blanket, and now after reading book 2, that's how I feel about Danica 🤣 Gavin was so so so charming. The accent, his easy demeanor and love of tiny farm animals. I loved the banter between him and Clem, and I totally fell for him too. The main storyline was really exciting and different. I was on the edge of my seat, and devoured this book in just over 18 hours (between sleeping, working, and driving). Plus the plot twists towards the end literally made me exclaim OHHH MYYY GOSHHH out loud. Loud enough to frighten my husband. This book has humor, wit, and a lot of heart. I love this little universe.... Now bring on Leanne's book!!!! 😍😍 My only complaints were the mention of purchasing single use water bottles and some harry potter references, which both seemed very unnecessary. The characters could have easily brought their own reusable water bottle. Also, the chapter 30 time jump seemed like a reaaaaally long time. Thank you to NetGalley for an ARC of this wonderful book!!!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jay.Rae.Reads

    Boss Witch is the sequel to Witch Please in the witchy rom com Fix-It-Witches series. I actually haven’t read the first one but I own it. 🙈 I saw this one pop up on NetGalley and knew I wanted it. ⠀ Clementine Waterhouse is a bisexual witch, incredibly stubborn, and so self-sufficient to the point of it being a flaw. Her coven is in trouble when a witch hunter shows up in town yelling about witches. Clem volunteers to handle the situation, but her only semblance of a plan is to date him to keep hi Boss Witch is the sequel to Witch Please in the witchy rom com Fix-It-Witches series. I actually haven’t read the first one but I own it. 🙈 I saw this one pop up on NetGalley and knew I wanted it. ⠀ Clementine Waterhouse is a bisexual witch, incredibly stubborn, and so self-sufficient to the point of it being a flaw. Her coven is in trouble when a witch hunter shows up in town yelling about witches. Clem volunteers to handle the situation, but her only semblance of a plan is to date him to keep him distracted from witch hunting. ⠀ Gavin is unaware he is fake dating Clem and definitely has real feelings for her. I loved how Gavin makes mistakes and owns them, instead of making excuses for himself. ⠀ The majority of the time when books switch character 𝗽𝗼𝗶𝗻𝘁 𝗼𝗳 𝘃𝗶𝗲𝘄 mid chapter I dislike it and find it confusing. Especially on audio books. But somehow Ann Aguirre did this perfectly and at just the right time, when I was curious what the other character was thinking. The 𝗿𝗼𝗺𝗮𝗻𝗰𝗲 𝘀𝗰𝗲𝗻𝗲𝘀 were very spicy and fun, they also had me blushing. 😊 The 𝘄𝗼𝗿𝗹𝗱 𝗯𝘂𝗶𝗹𝗱𝗶𝗻𝗴 and magical intricacies were perfect. The 𝗰𝗵𝗮𝗿𝗮𝗰𝘁𝗲𝗿𝘀 were amazingly realistic and flawed but lovable, including the side characters. I loved every second of this story and will be (not-so) patiently waiting for the third book.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Tati Alvarez

    Boss Witch was a highly anticipated read for me because I just devoured Witch Please. I was so excited to receive a copy from NetGalley! This book delivered and takes places alongside book one. Clem knows there is a witch hunter in town and takes on the responsibility of distracting him and getting information from him. Of course no one told her how that has to look...so naturally flirting and hooking up are on the table. Gavin is in town to find the coven of witches, but he doesn't mind the atte Boss Witch was a highly anticipated read for me because I just devoured Witch Please. I was so excited to receive a copy from NetGalley! This book delivered and takes places alongside book one. Clem knows there is a witch hunter in town and takes on the responsibility of distracting him and getting information from him. Of course no one told her how that has to look...so naturally flirting and hooking up are on the table. Gavin is in town to find the coven of witches, but he doesn't mind the attention he's getting from a hot local. He's fine with flings since he lives a rather nomadic lifestyle. This book started off a little slower than book one. I was instantly hooked in Witch Please, but it did take me a little while to become fully immersed in this one. That aside, I loved the characters and the twist at the ending. I thought it was so well done. I absolutely loved their unconventional love story. I'm so excited there will be a third in the series!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Kathleen Minde

    I absolutely adore this author's books, especially her Ars Numina series-the stories were full of action, tension, backstory, fantasy and the sex was pretty damn hot. This Fix-It Witches series is cutesy but the storylines meander and the sex is only kinda hot. The first of the series, Witch Please, was good but had plot holes that were hard to overlook and I HATED the grandmother and her toxic interference in everyone's sex life. This book, Boss Witch, is bland, the love story didn't grab my at I absolutely adore this author's books, especially her Ars Numina series-the stories were full of action, tension, backstory, fantasy and the sex was pretty damn hot. This Fix-It Witches series is cutesy but the storylines meander and the sex is only kinda hot. The first of the series, Witch Please, was good but had plot holes that were hard to overlook and I HATED the grandmother and her toxic interference in everyone's sex life. This book, Boss Witch, is bland, the love story didn't grab my attention so I found myself skimming, and I STILL HATE the grandmother. Goddess, that woman is toxic. Apparently there is a third book but I don't even remember those characters from these past books so that isn't a good start. I don't think I'll read it. Let me know it the author tries to redeem the grandmother so I can throw my books across the room.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Cristiana Marques

    "Boss Witch": 3 ⭐ ✅ Small town romance ✅ Witch coven filled with diverse witches ✅ A forbidden romance ✅ The male characters (Gavin) shows a softer side ✅ The steamy scenes bring the house down 🔥 So, I just finished this book. A cozy, little romantic story (with a hint of fantasy) and a male character to die for. To me, Clem and Gavin were OTP and they deserved to be together. After all, he did change for her. Also, the sexy scenes are 🔥 detailed and you can really feel the chemistry between them. Howeve "Boss Witch": 3 ⭐ ✅ Small town romance ✅ Witch coven filled with diverse witches ✅ A forbidden romance ✅ The male characters (Gavin) shows a softer side ✅ The steamy scenes bring the house down 🔥 So, I just finished this book. A cozy, little romantic story (with a hint of fantasy) and a male character to die for. To me, Clem and Gavin were OTP and they deserved to be together. After all, he did change for her. Also, the sexy scenes are 🔥 detailed and you can really feel the chemistry between them. However, I felt like the story was a bit slow paced at times and then too rushed in others? I can't really explain and felt like there was a lack of something else. I can't quite place it. It's a very good book tho, for those who want to start reading cozy or want to start reading simple english.

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