Kiss and Spell
by Celestine Martin
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Pub Date 26 Sep 2023 | Archive Date Not set
All Ursula Caraway wished for was to live happily ever after in her hometown of Freya Grove. The self-proclaimed Jersey Shore Witch Princess was set to begin her perfect life—until a twist of fate changed everything. Now, she's telling fortunes to the lovelorn, selling crystals at the local psychic shop, and reclaiming her missing magic. Ursula desperately wishes to shake up her life—so much so, that she’ll do just about anything. Including befriending a very cute, very enchanted prince.
A prince in search of a kiss
Prince Xavier Alder needs to find The One, but his lack of social skills has made that a challenge—and being cursed by the Faerie Queen isn’t helping either. So when Ursula, eager to believe in magic again, agrees to help Xavier find a perfect, curse-breaking kiss before Midsummer, it’s the ideal opportunity for them to get what they want. So long as they don’t let their mutual (and inconvenient) attraction get in the way.
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Spellbound by Celestine Martin is an enchanting journey into a world of magic, where second chances abound, and the true essence of taking a risk on love is explored.
I absolutely loved Witchful Thinking and the follow up gives the same cozy magical vibes as the first. I loved the story of Ursula and Xavier building on the magic of the first entry in the series. This book feels like a warm fall hug and hot apple cider.
I love the building of the relationship as well as the expansion of the community and characters. This book I think added more magical elements than the previous book but it's still not the absolute focus. This series does great at balancing the fantasy elements but still squarely being a romance and not a romantasy.