Boss Witch is the cute and clever follow-up to Ann Aguirre’s Witch Please and it is book two in the Fix-It Witches series. It’s the story of forbidden love, secrets and magic, all wrapped up in a charming story that is perfect for your next weekend read or trip to the beach.
Clem Waterhouse is a witch and Gavin Rhys is a witch hunter. Bound by centuries of rules and regulations, reluctant hunter Gavin is dispatched by his father from the UK to investigate possible witch activity in St. Claire. Clem already has her eye on him and she’ll do anything to protect her coven. However, she never expected to fall for the man who is supposed to be her mortal enemy.
From the very start it’s clear that Clem and Gavin have family issues. While Clem’s relationship with her coven is stronger than anything, her divorced parents and meddling grandmother create endless problems for her. Gavin’s father is a high-ranking member of the hunter hierarchy and he’s driven to absolve the Rhys family name after Gavin’s beloved grandfather left the order under mysterious circumstances while Gavin was a child.
They can’t figure out why they’re so drawn together but neither one of them wants to ask any questions. Clem knows she has a duty to protect her sisters and Gavin knows he has to do his job or face the consequences. Along the way, they discover that they’re better together than they are apart even though it seems like fate is working against them from the start.
Boss Witch reminds me of the movie Practical Magic. Anyone who enjoys a fun rom-com about witches, sisterhood and true love will find that Boss Witch checks all of the boxes. You don’t have to read Witch Please to understand what’s happening in Boss Witch, but it definitely adds to the story if you have.
Boss Witch is available now!