ARC Review: Don’t Hex and Drive by Juliette Cross

Title:  Don’t Hex and Drive

Author: Juliette Cross

Series: Stay a Spell #2

Genre: Paranormal

Format: ARC eBook

Pages: 348

Date Read: August 7, 2020

3 stars
3 stars – I liked it

Isadora Savoie is not comfortable around people. She prefers plants and animals. She is happy to remain in the shadow of her sisters but reluctantly gets roped into solving the mystery of missing neighborhood women. She is paired with a flashy, sexy vampire who is also determined to find them before it’s too late. 

Isadora is an antisocial woman who loves to stay in the background. I could relate with her because of this. Her conduit abilities were very interesting, especially the written aspect part of it. I do wish we had seen more of her abilities throughout the book but she isn’t flashy like her sisters so that makes sense. I did have one major issue with her which is something that I personally don’t like to see in romances. She went on dates while dealing with her feelings for Devraj. This is something that I know happens in real life, but it’s something that really bothers me. Probably because this is something I would never do. 

Devraj Kumar is a Stygon, a legendary vampire warrior, and a former Bollywood star. Devraj was charming, flirty, and a fun character. While these two are the complete opposites they worked. He really pulls Isadora out of her shell. I really liked him. He was a very unique vampire. 

I really enjoyed the side characters in this one. I like all the Savoie sisters. I seriously can’t  wait for Jules and Ruben’s story because I know it’s going to be a good one. Overall this was a great sequel and I can’t wait to read the next book. 

*ARC provided by Netgalley for an honest review.*


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Previous books in the series:

  1. Wolf Gone Wild

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