"I listened to the audiobook of this, and I cannot recall one memorable quote, so alas, my usual review format is out of my grasp. But that's pretty indicative of how I felt about this one overall. I liked it well enough while I was listening, but ..."
Told from multiple viewpoints, Anna K spends a summer with her father and his family in South Korea, while in the United States, Lolly and Steven, Kimmie and Dustin, and Bea all face relationship issues.
Tamsin is the most powerful witch of her generation. But after committing the worst magical sin, she's exiled by the ruling Coven and cursed with the inability to love. The only way she can get those feelings back--even for just a little while--is...
"Is this the most perfect contemporary since TATBILB that feels like a hug in book form? Unequivocally yes. I could not put it down and I am going to carry Charlie's story with me forever.
Charlie Vega is a fat brown writer who lives for romance -..."