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Iris Gray knows witches aren’t welcome in most towns. When she was forced to leave her last home after an illegal display of magic, she left behind a father who was no longer willing to start over. And while the Witches’ Council was lenient in their punishment, Iris knows they’re keeping tabs on her. Now settled in Washington, Iris never lets anyone see who she really is; instead, she vents her frustrations by writing curses she never intends to cast. Otherwise, she spends her days at the wildlife refuge which would be the perfect job if not for Pike Alder, the witch-hating aspiring ornithologist who interns with them.   

Iris concocts the perfect curse for Pike: one that will turn him into a witch. But just as she’s about to dispel it, a bird swoops down and steals the curse before flying away. If the bird dies, the curse will be unleashed—and the bird is a powerful amplifier, and unleashing the curse would turn not just Pike, but everyone in the region, into a witch.   

New witches have no idea how to control their magic and the consequences would be dire. And the Witches’ Council does not look kindly on multiple offenses; if they found out, Iris could be stripped of her magic for good. Iris begs Pike to help her track the bird, and they set out on a trek through the Pacific Northwest looking for a single bird that could destroy everything.

©2022 Rachel Griffin (P)2022 Recorded Books

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So good!

This book was everything I hoped it would be! Absolutely adorable and emotional in a good way! Rachel Griffin is definitely one of my favorite authors! 🖤🦉🌲✨⛈🪶

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I enjoyed another book by this author, so tried this one. I didn’t enjoy it. It was slow moving and some of the writing feels forced, like the author was trying too hard to be relatable and deep at the same time. I had to force myself to finish it and was completely not invested by chapter 15.

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So good I wish we had more

4.5⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️, officially. I loved the premise, the form of magic, and the characters in the book. I just wish it was longer, as in, I wish she went into more detail on a lot of things. It just went really fast, and it was such a good story I wish she had added more to it to help us know that characters, the history, and the lore better. It was very good though, if you like witches you’ll enjoy this book.

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Is there going to be a book 2?!?!?!

Ok first off I absolutely love the enemies to lovers point of view; both different but at the same time there was a lot to discover about one another. Then the storytelling was amazing; it transported me back to the time I went to Seattle with my partner. Then just the invitation to realize that magic is something we can love even in the eyes of different people.