Get Witch Quick by Daisy Prescott

Warning: this review contains several powerful witchy puns. I’m not sorry.

RATING: READ IT

Does wanting a flock of flying monkeys make you a bad witch? Asking for a friend.

You know, I had no idea that Daisy Prescott had delved into paranormal-slash-cozy-mystery romance. Witch {get it?!} is why, when Get Witch Quick was conjured up by my email—thank you, Amazon alerts—I decided I really needed to check it out, even if it was a far scry from what I was used to from Ms. Prescott.

Get Witch

So I did, delighted all the while. But herein lies the trick . . . Get Witch Quick, although the first book in the Wicked Society series, is actually a spin-off, something I didn’t know until I did a little research. Did it change my overall opinion of this story and its set-up for the books to come? No. Did I feel a wee bit confused at first? Yep, though I soon found myself *ahem* enchanted by it. So, though it’s probably better if you get your hands on the Bewitched series first, if you don’t want to do that—if you want to dive right in like me—you don’t need to.

But you do need to meet Madison + Andrew, a young couple in love and about to embark on a spellbinding summer with their friends . . . their coven. Magic is in the air—and on the page—as they work to outsmart their dastardly foes and it makes for a charming read. Not to mention, a quick one.

It’s a speedy little novella and just the beginning of what is sure to be a divine series, especially since the next one will focus on Madison + Andrew’s friends while, hopefully, continuing the saga of the little black book. I can’t wait until something wicked this way comes, again.

“It isn’t too late to turn back.”
He grins at me. “Why would I want to do that? I’m all in, Madison. Nothing is going to scare me away.”

As of 09.04.2018, Get Witch Quick and the Bewitched series are available with Kindle Unlimited.

For a taste of bewitching romance, make sure you’re following Daisy Prescott on Book+Main: https://bookandmainbites.com/DaisyPrescott

About Beth Cranford | KUBR

Book Reviewer. Wife. Mother. Crazy Person. Australian.

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