Big Little Spells
A Witchy Romantic Comedy
by Hazel Beck
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Pub Date 29 Aug 2023 | Archive Date 12 Sep 2023
Harlequin Trade Publishing, Graydon House
Is her magic a threat to witchkind…or is she simply powerful enough to save the world?
Rebekah Wilde was eighteen when she left St. Cyprian, officially stripped of her magic and banished from her home. Ten years later, she’s forced to return to face the Joywood Coven, who preside over not just her hometown but the whole magical world. Rebekah is happy to reunite with her sister, and with her friends, but the implications of her return are darker and more dangerous than they could have imagined.
The Joywood are determined to prove Rebekah and her friends are a danger to witchkind, and her group faces an impending death sentence if they can’t prove otherwise. Rebekah must seek help from the only one who knows how to stop the Joywood—the ruthless immortal Nicholas Frost. Years ago, he was her secret tutor in magic, and her secret impossible crush. But the icy immortal is as remote and arrogant as ever, and if he feels anything for Rebekah—or witchkind—it’s impossible to tell.
Book 1: Small Town, Big Magic
Book 2: Big Little Spells
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Average rating from 124 members
I'm a huge fan of Hazel Beck, and of the first book in the Witchlore series, Small Town, Big Magic. The series continues in Big Little Spells, and is told from the point of view of Rebekah Wilde, a banished witch who must return to her hometown of St. Cyprian, Missouri, to fight a growing evil. But to reclaim her magic, Rebekah needs help from the infuriating immortal, Nicholas Frost, who tried to train her back when she was a teenager before she failed her magical test and was exiled from Witchdom. Nicholas is everything I want in a romantic hero, and Rebekah is a strong, resilient heroine who navigates danger and falling in love with a morally shady, unknowable immortal armed with sharp sarcasm, bravery and the help of her sister and friends.
Perfect for readers looking for a magical world with a high-stakes war brewing, romance, friendship and sisterhood, all set in a picturesque small town. Hazel Beck's Witchlore series is a sparkling delight with just enough danger to make it spine tingling.