A Letter to Three Witches by Elizabeth Bass is a lighthearted and fun read full of zany characters.
Nearly a century ago, after a disastrous incident that lead to the Dustbowl, the Grand Council of Witches forbade one particular family of witches from practicing witchcraft.
Today, Gwen and her family are still abiding by that order. That all changes when Gwen receives a startling letter from her adopted sister, Tannith. Tannith’s letter declares that she has bewitched one of the family’s partners and intends to run away with him by the end of the week.
What follows is hilarious magical mishap after hilarious magical mishap. Get ready for some enchanted cupcakes, transformations, and a cast of blundering witches.
Review of A Letter to Three Witches
This novel is a quick read and told mainly from Gwen’s perspective.
After reading some dark thrillers recently, it was fun to switch things up with this entertaining novel. By the end, I still had some unanswered questions, which makes me wonder if there will be more books to follow this one.
I recommend this if you’re looking for a light and funny witchy novel. I know I’ll be picking up Elizabeth Bass’ next release.
My rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
Expected Publication: 25 January 2022
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