Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca on September 5, 2023
Genres: Mystery, Paranormal Romance
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Juggling newfound witchy powers, a house full of ghosts, and verbal battles with the handsome local librarian is almost too much for a new witch to manage. A new witch with a coven, however, can get so much more done...
From the moment Riley Everett set foot in Starfall Point, magic bubbled inside of her. But with only her late aunt's journals and a cantankerous live-in ghost butler to instruct her on all things witchy—including her newly inherited Victorian haunted house—Riley seeks out a coven for sisterhood and support. The last person she expects to be drawn to is the town's frustrating, yet ridiculously attractive head librarian.
Edison Held knows almost everything there is to know about Starfall Point, but Shaddow House was always off-limits, thanks to its elusive owner. If he can convince the new owner, Riley, to let him take a peek inside, there's so much he could learn. But as he gets closer to Riley, he's fascinated by her dazzling wit and fiery spirit. Edison will do whatever he can to help Riley keep her family legacy alive, especially if it means spending more time with the captivating new witch in town.
Bestselling author Molly Harper wields a magical pen in this hilarious, delightful witchy romcom perfect for readers of The Ex Hex and Payback's a Witch.
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Witches Get Stuff Done is book 1 in the Starfall Point series. This book was a magical read that I did not want to put down. I’ve loved all the Molly Harper books I’ve tried, this one is no different.
Our leading lady, Riley Everett gets a mysterious invitation from an Aunt she knew nothing about to come visit. Once Riley steps foot onto Starfall Point though things change. Riley is locked into caring for the Shaddow House and its ghosts. Something she didn’t sign up for but something she was born to do. Add in that she now has magical powers and she can see ghosts and it’s an interesting journey.
What I really enjoyed about this book was the found family Riley gets as she befriends a few people on the island. The characters were lively and entertaining. We also get to learn along with Riley about her new job and abilities which I thought was a nice touch. I loved the paranormal and romance in the story and the mystery element was great as well. All in all, I really enjoyed this novel and would suggest it if you’re a fan of paranormal romance with a touch of mystery mixed in.