ARC Review: Boss Witch by Ann Aguirre

Cover for Boss Witch by Ann Aguirre

Title: Boss Witch

Author: Ann Aguirre

Series: Fix-It Witches #2

Pages: 368

Release date: April 5, 2022

3 stars out of 5
3 stars – I liked it

Clementine Waterhouse is determined to keep the witch hunter distracted and away from her family. Her plan quickly starts to fall apart when she realizes she is falling for the hunter. 

This was a good addition to the series. Clem and Gavin had a forbidden relationship that was instant and intense. Clementine was a very protective woman who has spent her life fixing everyone else’s problems. She also has to deal with emotionally abusive family members. I liked how strong and capable she was with fixing things, finding solutions, and with her magic. I liked how she dealt with her abusive family members and wouldn’t let them run over her, too much anyways. 

This book takes place at the same time as the previous book so we get some of Clem’s reactions to Danica’s relationship with Titus, which isn’t very positive at times. While I could understand being upset at having to run a business by herself while her cousin was with someone, I didn’t love how she wasn’t supportive of her finding love at first. 

Gavin Rhys is a witch hunter who is struggling with the expectation his father is putting on him to be a successful hunter. He is doubting everything he has been taught and doesn’t really want to do the job anymore, if ever. I liked Gavin. He was sweet and protective and just a great guy. I liked his response to finding out the truth and how he owned up to his past. He never tried to deny anything but still tried to do reparations of some sort. 

My only issue with this book was that I felt the middle of it got a bit repetitive and boring with their multiple dates. Yes, they were sweet but they felt like filler after a while. Also I think there were unnecessary descriptions added to sections of this, like describing where a tv manual was or what time of laptop they were using. 

Overall, this was a good sequel to this series. I don’t know if there will be more books in this series since the Waterhouse witches are now paired up but I would read more if there is. 

*ARC provided by Netgalley for an honest review.*

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Previous books and reviews for the series:

  1. Witch Please

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