Magic and Mayhem: The Witched Away Bride (The Witch Singer Book 3) by Heather Long
Once upon a time in Assjacket…
My story began when a vampire I dubbed Mr. Nasty-Face sent me on a crazy, impossible task to fix his mis-Turnment of a certain succubus. Easy, right? Yeah, then I ran into the skunk who would change my life (and spray me, but let’s forget that memory). Once I got to Assjacket, well, let’s just say I ended up with the teenager who wasn’t—a kind of happily-while-you’re-here scenario. Now my teen is a grown woman with a Highlander for a lover, and I’m left to deal with Gigi. She wants me to find her a happily-for-real-ever-after and I’ve still got to solve my problems.
So to be clear, all I have to do is undo the unbreakable, pair the unpairable, and keep my man happy. One out of three isn’t bad. I’m a witch singer, not a dang miracle worker.
Just sing at a couple of weddings, the Baba Yaga said, it’ll be fun, she said, it’ll solve all your problems…except no weddings are possible with the witched away brides.
The fun conclusion to the The Witch Singer. I have giggled my way through the The Witch Singer, Bridget's Witch's Diary, and now The Witched Away Bride in which Bridget has to up her game. She is trying to sing brides and their grooms to everlasting happiness but the brides keep disappearing. She still has no clue how to answer the big bad vampire who wants to keep her indebted to him for eternity. But the skunk man still loves her. With a little help from Baba Yaga all will be revealed amid laughter and an occasional groaner.
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