Books Worth Your Buck -- The Beltane Witch by Siobhan Muir, book review

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The Beltane Witch by Siobhan Muir, Books Worth Your Buck, book reviewBlurb

Magic, mayhem, and motherhood… a witch’s work is never done, but Sabrina draws the line at the Fae.

After almost two decades as a practicing witch in Cloudburst, Colorado, Sabrina Foxglove is done with men, magic, and the fertility rituals of High Beltane. She’s dealt with all three before and ended up with a young daughter and no partner. Twice. She’s looking forward to a magic-free May Day, with nothing more exciting than making brownies for a kindergarten class and decorating a May Pole. She definitely doesn’t have time for a handsome, Fae-touched man.

After almost two centuries as the human chamberlain to the Fae’s Summer Court, Darius Winterbourne is a man accustomed to getting his way. So when the Summer Queen tasks him with finding a witch to perform the annual rituals and strengthen the ancient warding magicks, he figures it should be easy. He doesn’t expect Sabrina’s hardheaded refusal, her untrained abilities, or his attraction to her. With less than a week to Beltane, he must gain Sabrina’s trust before he loses his home, his position…and his heart.


Ms. Muir starts the story out with a bang. Darius saves Sabrina from a group of local yahoos. When he tells her why he’s there, she thanks him but refuses the honor. And let the fireworks commence.

I truly enjoyed this entertaining romp. There were some bad guys who get their comeuppance, a reluctant heroine, and an arrogant hero who falls hard and becomes an attentive, caring beau. Add humor, sweet moments, some hot sex, and magick, and you’ve got a winning combination. When the story ended, I was smiling from the happy ending, but sad because I didn’t want the story to end.

I look forward to reading more of Ms. Muir’s works.

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