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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Mariel didn’t have his inner thoughts to know how true of heart he was, but as a reader, it made me sad. 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. The book starts with Ozroth the Ruthless having recently acquired one (1) human soul which is a pretty bad deal for any self-respecting demon.

She’s constantly under her mother’s scrutiny and desperate to impress her mother so she continues to practise (she is terrible and butchers most of it) magic. 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). Don’t get fooled with his nickname Ozorth the ruthless: nothing is merciless about that charming evil! Suddenly, the two are reluctant roommates and at risk of losing not only her soul, but her magic as well, Mariel must resist her resident demon-plane cowboy.

if you're looking for a warm, cozy, witchy romance: I suggest you keep looking because this book is definitely not it. And of course these two add another layer by announcing they're dating when confronted with a surprise appearance by Mariel's truly horrendous mom. The story was good and I was enjoying it until this happened mid way and it ripped me from the book, the story and all I felt was anger at the main female lead, I felt it was rather mentally abusive what she was doing and not an equal relationship at all anymore because his opinions didn't count or matter or even get heard. That enemies to lovers - force proximity, fake relationship tropes blended in environmental messages perfectly!

I don't want this to come off as prudish and I don't want to spoil anything, but there were elements of this book that made it seem like self-insert fan fiction, or maybe a Wattpad serial. I must admit, Mariel is so much stronger than I am because this book was way more slow burn than I would’ve been able to manage. Some of the best scenes of the book are them opening up to each other, learning to care for the other, and sometimes surprising each other. He’s shown himself to be trustworthy and yet, at the first challenge, the heroine throws him under the bus and leaves. Oz was such a contrast, cause I was waiting for him to be ruthless and unfeeling but he turned out to be such a vulnerable and sensitive man demon 🖤 .She 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. I think this book would be perfect for contemporary rom-com readers who are interested in breaking into paranormal romance but don't know where to start. Had such an incredibly smart and thought out story line with great attention to detail in relation to current times.

He likes devouring spaghettis, attending to the protests for safe ecosystem, making jokes, spending time with her besties.Sometimes I just need to escape into a light, funny book, and A Witches Guide to Fake Dating A Demon fits the bill perfectly. I feel that if a romance has to work, the least you can do is treat your partner with some respect and dignity. When a spell to summon flour goes very wrong, Mariel finds herself staring down a demon - one she inadvertently summoned for a soul bargain.

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