Mr. & Mrs. Witch
by Gwenda Bond
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Pub Date 07 Mar 2023 | Archive Date 21 Mar 2023
St. Martin's Press, St. Martin's Griffin
In Mr. & Mrs. Witch, the next novel from bestselling author Gwenda Bond, a couple discovers at the altar the surprising secret identities they’ve kept from each other.
Savannah Wilde is a witch, a very powerful one—an identity that only her fellow witches know. Following a whirlwind romance that surprised herself and her family, Savvy is all set to marry the love of her life. But she isn’t the only one with a secret that needs to be kept, even from her soon-to-be husband.
Griffin Carter is a top agent for a clandestine organization that, well, used to primarily hunt witches, but now mainly tries to shut down supernatural threats their own way. He can’t wait to lay his eyes on the woman he’s about to spend the rest of his life with.
As Savvy walks down the aisle to Griffin, the wedding quickly goes from blessed day to shit show when their true identities are revealed. To say there’s bad blood between their factions is putting it mildly. Savvy and Griffin are tasked to take the other out, but when they discover a secret that could take down both of their agencies, they realize the only way to survive is to team up. With assassins hot on their trail, will Savvy and Griffin make it out alive to try again at ‘I do’?
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Did you like Mr. and Mrs. Smith but wish there had been a paranormal element to it? Well then read this book as soon as you can. I have adored everything from this author and this book was no different. You get to see how they met and how they are very different and will they make it? I read this in one sitting and I am still thinking about it. That’s the sign of a good book in my opinion.
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