A Witch's Guide to Fake Dating a Demon: ‘Whimsically sexy, charmingly romantic, and magically hilarious.’ Ali Hazelwood

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A Witch's Guide to Fake Dating a Demon: ‘Whimsically sexy, charmingly romantic, and magically hilarious.’ Ali Hazelwood

A Witch's Guide to Fake Dating a Demon: ‘Whimsically sexy, charmingly romantic, and magically hilarious.’ Ali Hazelwood

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The story is well written with a unique situation that resulted in a funny romance with spells going astray. I was most annoyed by Mariel believing in Oz the whole time until one person suggests something is his fault and she goes and turns her back on him straight away like BRUH. At the risk of spoiling anything, I won’t posit my question just yet, but I’m a bit confused about a certain part of the ending. But Ozroth has a limited amount of time to strike the deal, and if Mariel gives up her soul, she’ll lose all her emotions – including love – which will only spell disaster for them both.

Instead it was pleasantly intriguing without being either falsly modest or full of pantomime like OTTP charachters. Before anything else, this was an enjoyable, well written book and once I got into it, it was hard to put down. The conflict rubbed me the wrong way and even though I thought it was clever how Mariel and Oz triumphed over what they were up against (man that was hard to word vaguely), some aspects of the resolution felt kind of pat and easy. Mariel Spark is prophesied to be the most powerful witch seen in centuries of the famed Spark family, but to the displeasure of her mother, she prefers baking to brewing potions and gardening to casting hexes.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.

This is our first foray into the "witchy romcom" genre, and we think we made a very good choice with our intro, because this was hilarious, funny, and sexy. Here’s the quick recap of plot: before Mariel Spark’s birth, the wind, the earth and the stars had all signified that she was going to be the strongest witch in the generations of the famed magic family. Sarah has an MA in archaeology and has excavated at an Inca site in Chile, a Bronze Age palace in Turkey, and a medieval abbey in England.

No matter how hard she tries Mariel can’t get the demon to leave and let her go back to her spellwork but when her mother shows up things really get complicated.

Honestly though, her being this bad at magic just pissed me off because at 70% of the book HOW are you still incompetent? Oz id annoying, easily offended, protective, and struggling to overcome the issue with a past bargain. Join us for a fantastic evening with bestselling author of A Witch's Guide to Fake Dating a Demon, and A Demon's Guide to Wooing a Witch, Sarah Hawley. But generally it's a very light read (chicken aside), so if you're not looking for anything serious or hard to read, then this is perfect.Sometimes I just need to escape into a light, funny book, and A Witches Guide to Fake Dating A Demon fits the bill perfectly. Ozroth can’t leave Mariel’s side until they complete a bargain, which she refuses to do (turns out some humans are attached to their souls). Soo I think that this is the author's first book so it was a great effort but you could also kinda see it , at some point thought out 60%-80% the book kinda dragged. He likes devouring spaghettis, attending to the protests for safe ecosystem, making jokes, spending time with her besties. But, when he’s summoned to Mariel, he’s in for a struggle because Mariel has no intention of making a deal with Ozroth.

Ozroth's only job is to make bargains with witches so that he can use their souls to power the demon plane.I listened to this on audio which is something I recommend you DON'T do, because of the way the narrator was doing male voices. I feel that if a romance has to work, the least you can do is treat your partner with some respect and dignity. I loved watching Mariel learn to start standing up for herself and set some boundaries with her family. It was just a big shame because this story was perfect, it had a good premise, a balance of humour and seriousness, a plot that drove the story ans then doom, it was all shattered.

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