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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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. He’s shown himself to be trustworthy and yet, at the first challenge, the heroine throws him under the bus and leaves. She twisted it so suddenly that I was left wondering why she felt it important to make it that he wasn't allowed a voice or an opinion or to stand up for the woman he was falling in love with. It could easily have been cloying and brimming with cliches in the way of many Cozy Mystery and small town mixed magical community novels. I found this book to have the right combination of romance, humor, and magic featuring characters that I won’t soon forget.

I feel that if a romance has to work, the least you can do is treat your partner with some respect and dignity. I have no other way to describe it, and maybe if you read this book and this review you'll get what I mean. Oz was always the one to take the blame and apologize (although there were times he was definitely in the wrong).

Sometimes I just need to escape into a light, funny book, and A Witches Guide to Fake Dating A Demon fits the bill perfectly. 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. 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. Mariel Spark was prophesied to be the most powerful witch for centuries, unfortunately her magic didn’t get the memo.

Not knowing what to tell her mother Mariel claims Oz is her new boyfriend to hide the fact he’s a demon after her soul.I couldn’t tell if this was meant to be a grumpy x sunshine because both the fmc and mmc went back and forth with being grumps. 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).

I would have loved to have seen more of his denial or anger towards having gained emotions/having to deal with a witch with no control of her powers, but instead he was fighting attraction straight away and cleaning up her house. A young witch who hasn’t discovered her full potential, nourishing her plants, enduring her ultra narcissistic mother’s verbal abuse accidentally summons a powerful demon who insists to take away her magic/ soul! When a spell to summon flour goes very wrong, Mariel finds herself staring down a demon—one she inadvertently summoned for a soul bargain.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. A Witch’s Guide to Fake Dating a Demon by Sarah Hawley is a delightful, paranormal romance that is light and fun. He likes devouring spaghettis, attending to the protests for safe ecosystem, making jokes, spending time with her besties.

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