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The Honey Witch

The Honey Witch of Innisfree can never find true love. That is her curse to bear. But when a skeptic who doesn’t believe in magic arrives on her island, sparks fly in this deliciously sweet debut novel of magic, hope, and love overcoming all.

Twenty-one-year-old Marigold Claude has always preferred the company of the spirits of the meadow to any of the suitors who’ve tried to woo her. So, when her grandmother whisks her away to her cottage on the tiny Isle of Innisfree with an offer to train her as the next Honey Witch, she accepts immediately. But her newfound magic and independence comes with a price: no one can fall in love with the Honey Witch.

When Lottie Burke, a notoriously grumpy skeptic who doesn’t believe in magic, shows up on her doorstep, Marigold can’t resist the challenge to prove to her that magic is real. But soon, Marigold begins to care for Lottie in ways she never expected. And, when darker magic awakens and threatens to destroy her home, she must fight for much more than her home—at the risk of losing her magic and her heart.

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The Honey Witch: About

Content Warnings

While this story has lots of warmth, heart, and cozy vibes, some heavier themes are discussed. Content warnings include:

  • Tattooing/Needles

  • Burns

  • Blood/Injuries

  • Sex

  • House fire

  • Bee stings

  • Loss of a grandparent

  • Death/Grief

  • Discussions of infertility

  • A woman seeks aid of the honey witch for treatment of her miscarriage

The Honey Witch: Text
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