When a stranger shows up in town and puts her family’s coffee shop in jeopardy, Florence Mackenzie has to step in and do something to protect them, whether that’s an Espresso Off challenge, sabotage, or a good old-fashioned banishment spell. But after the Mackenize women try to create a buzz by experimenting with a new blend of coffee beans, the residents of Windia suddenly start falling in love with each other. Florence chalks it up to the spirit of the holiday season, but when she starts falling in love (with the competition, no less) Florence starts to wonder if there’s something more bewitching in the air – or in the coffee?
A clean witchy romance set on the enchanting Oregon coastline, Witchy Coffee is filled to the brim with magical hijinks, an authentic enemies-to-lovers romance, and the cozy atmosphere of the Pacific Northwest during the holidays. Settle in with a coffee and slip away to the little town of Windia, where the forest meets the sea and there’s a promise of magic in every corner.
Title: Witchy Coffee
Author: Erin Ritch
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Published: August 14, 2021
My Rating: 4 stars
When the most unlikely people begin to “fall in love” with each other in Florence’s small home town who would have suspected a special coffee blend as the culprit? Well, maybe Florence would since she’s a witch who should be able to spot a spell. But why would someone do that? Time to find out in Witchy Coffee.
I had fun with this adorable paranormal romance that might have added to my coffee obsession. Florence has been fired from her barista job and has returned to her hometown and her family’s coffee shop. Life just keeps happening to her when the son of the man who fired her shows up wanting to purchase the coffee shop and turn it into a chain. That is so not happening on her watch.
Witchy Coffee is light-hearted, charming with lots of coffee, tons of giggles, and those unlikely couples just might include Florence. Sit back, grab your own coffee refill and enjoy.
*I received an e-ARC of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley. That does not change what I think of this story. It is my choice to leave a review giving my personal opinion about this book.*
Available for the Kindle as this title is in KU at the time of this review.