Fan Of Charmed? Here Are 7 Witch Romance Novels To Read
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Witch Romance Novels
As the first season of Charmed winds down for the summer, we're all going to need a way to that witch-shaped void left behind during the long, hot summer. Thankfully, we already know there will be a second season, but it's a long time until fall when the new season is likely to premiere.
Witch romance novels are the perfect solution to make missing Mel, Macy, and Maggie a little easier. The ones we rounded up for this list are all nuanced, strong, and kickass in their own unique ways, just like the Charmed Ones. And with a little magic and romance tosses, you have the perfect recipe for a fantastic summer read!
Take a look at the list of these fun witch romance novels, find a few to add to your reading list, and have a truly magical summer while you wait for season 2 of Charmed!
1. Practical Magic by Alice Hoffman
If anything is amiss in their small Massachusetts town, the Owens women are immediately blamed and have been for the last two hundred years. Sisters Gillian and Sally experienced the same, taunted, bullied, gossiped about, and treated as outsiders. The musty old house, the exotic concoctions, the black cats, and their elderly aunts encouraging the witchy rumors never helped.
Sally and Gillian grew up wanting nothing more than to escape their life. One sister would marry to get away, while the other would run away. However, something will bring them both back as if by magic.
2. Spellbook of the Lost and Found by Moïra Fowley-Doyle
Beginning with small things like hairclips and jewelry, Rose and her best friend Olive begin losing things. Before long, Rose realizes she's lost something more important, something she won't talk about with Olive. It feels like she's slipping away.
Then Olive starts finding diary pages from a girl named Laurel all over town before meeting three mysterious teenagers squatting in an abandoned estate. Ivy, Hazel, and her twin brother, Rowan, all seem as lost as Rose, and definitely have their secrets.
They discover an ancient, tattered spellbook filled with handwritten charms that could bring back what they've lost. It may be their chance to set everything right, but it could also bring them closer to something they were never supposed to find.
3. Witches of East End by Melissa de la Cruz
Living in North Hampton on the tip of Long Island, Joanna Beauchamp and her daughters, Freya and Ingrid, live with a secret. They're each witches, though they've been banned from using their magic. Joanna as the power of resurrection and healing, Ingrid can see the future and solve any problem, and Freya is able to create charms and potions that'll cure nearly anything.
They've lived for centuries repressing their gifts, but after Freya gets prepared to marry Bran Gardiner, she finds is harder to keep her powers secret. Joanna and Ingrid find themselves in similar dilemmas and, unable to hide who they are any longer, begin casting spells again. But then something malevolent comes to town and a young girl disappears, making the Beauchamp women realize that it's time to uncover just what's going on in North Hampton once and for all.
4. Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Cordova
Living in Brooklyn with her mother and sisters, Alex is a bruja, the most powerful witch in a generation. The problem is that Alex hates magic. On her Deathday celebration when she's to receive her ancestors' blessings, Alex decides to cast a spell to get rid of her magic, but it backfires in a big way and her family wind up in Los Lagos instead, the land in between.
After realizing what she's done, Alex knows she must set things right and get her mom and sister back. The problem is there's something dark in Los Lagos, something Alex isn't ready for.
5. Under Her Spell by Bridget Essex
It's safe to safe that Isabella Fox isn't the best witch around. More than once she's been run out of town for a spell gone wrong. She longs for a place to settle down and call her own and may have finally found it in the charming little town of Benevolence, set high in the peaks of Glimmer Mountain. Benevolence seems perfect, but there's more to it than meets the eye - magic and secrets.
Emily, an outcast and shapeshifter, lives by herself in the mountains. On a snowy day, she meets Isabella in the woods by chance, and it feels magical. Right away, Emily and Isabella begin falling in love, but they soon discover that something is wrong in Benevolence.
6. The Witches of BlackBrook by Tish Fowler
Three sisters living in the 1600s are deceived during an attempt to help someone and sentenced to burn at the stake as witches. The eldest sister casts a spell to protect both herself and her sisters, a spell that sends their souls forward in time.
For centuries, they are reborn in different bodies, unable to find each other and without their full powers. As they search for each other, they can only hope being reunited with return their full powers and cement their sisterhood.
7. Soul of the Witch by Deanna Chase
In the first book in the Witches of Keating Hollow series, Abby Townsend finally returns to her hometown of Keating Hollow after ten years' absence because of a spell gone wrong at eighteen. If her family hadn't summoned her, she doesn't know if she'd ever go back. She's barely made it into town when she begins plotting her exit.
But there's something about both time and Keating Hollow that makes her yearn for the magical community. That, and the man she's never managed to forget. Somehow, it's an eight-year-old witch that helps Abby find her way around magic again. Maybe this will be Abby's redemption.
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