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  • A delightful Halloween Story

    Four and a Half Stars ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭒ The Ex Hex by Erin Sterling is a delightful, fun, laugh out loud, a book about witches, and small-town life as a witch. This book is just pure fun. Vivienne Jones (Vivi), is a witch but lives her life mostly as an ordinary person. She’s a history professor at the nearby college and helps her Aunt Elaine and cousin Gwyn run a witch souvenir store in Graves Glen, GA. Nine years ago, Vivi was devastated after her three-month love affair with Rys Penhallow, one of the ancestors of the founder, went bad. Vivi and her cousin Gwyn, after too many shots of Vodka, decide to put a curse on Rys, even after Aunt Elaine warns to never mix witchcraft and Vodka. Neither Gwyn nor Vivi believes the curse worked, but nine years later when Rys returns to Graves Glen, the curse is apparently working. Rys faces a myriad of magical problems as he tries to fix the magical leylines that lie in a secret cave on the outskirts of Glen Graves. This book is engaging and fast-paced, but with enough detail that you felt like you lived in this small town in Georgia along with the witches and the normal people of the town of Graves Glen. I was immediately pulled into this story and thoroughly enjoyed my adventures with these characters as they raced to save the town. Vivi and Rys were engaging characters that I loved immediately. Their witty banter and underlying love for each other were endearing and heartwarming. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves a fun, paranormal romance. I received a complimentary copy of this book. The opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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  • Magic, humor and romance

    I wish that Graves Glenn was real, as I would love to visit it, particularly at Halloween. It is a small town in Georgia that has a lot of witches who run magic-related businesses. The town also has a university with a small difference: half of it is there to train witches, while the other side of the academics is for non-magical people. I would love to wear a Halloween costume, get my fortune told and visit their fun shops such as the Coffee Cauldron. Most of the book takes place during a Fall Festival, where both Founders' Day and Halloween are celebrated. Nine years ago, Vivienne Jones fell in love with a charming, handsome young man named Rhys Penhallow, who was visiting the town that his ancestors had founded. Vivienne and Rhys both had magical powers but (supposedly) Vivienne's were much weaker. Their romance ended when Rhys was called home to Wales for reasons having to do with his betrothal, and Vivienne took it hard - both his leaving *and* the engagement she hadn't known about. While under the influence of alcohol and heartbreak, she and a friend put a curse on Rhys. Fortunately for Rhys, the curse didn't take hold while he was away from Graves Glenn. Unfortunately for Rhys, he is coming back for Founder's Day .... This is an entertaining, romantic read with a lot of quirky characters and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. I received a review copy of this book from Netgalley and the publisher, and am voluntarily leaving this review.

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