Witchful Thinking (Elemental Love) (Paperback)
Other Books in Series
This is book number 1 in the Elemental Love series.
- #2: Kiss and Spell (Elemental Love #2) (Paperback): $16.99
Love is the trickiest spell of all.
Lucinda Caraway loves living in Freya Grove, the mystic seaside town where charms, hexes, and magical beings of all kinds are the norm. She spends her days teaching high school history and her nights reading tea leaves and tending to her conjure garden. It’s a good life . . . but she can’t stop wishing for more.
Until one night, that wish turns into a spell, and suddenly Lucy can’t say no. Not to a public karaoke performance. Not to running a 10K. And, most alarmingly, not to her high school crush, Alexander Dwyer, who needs her help unjinxing his new house—which just happens to be right across the street from hers.
Alex has spent the last ten years traveling the world on adventures Lucy has only ever dreamed of, and he’s planning to leave again as soon as his house is safe to sell. But until Lucy can unhex herself, she and Alex are stuck together. And with so much magic in the air, maybe the next spell Lucy casts will be the one that convinces him to stay.
About the Author
A native of New Jersey, Celestine Martin writes whimsical romance that celebrates the beauty of everyday magic. She’s inspired to write happily ever afters and happy-for-now endings starring the people and places close to her heart. When she’s not drinking herbal tea and researching her next project, Celestine, with her husband, spoils their daughter in New York on a daily basis. You can find her on social media @JellybeanRae on Twitter, @CelestineMartinWrites on Instagram, or check in on her at CelestineMartin.com.
"Celestine Martin conjures a spellbinding world of magic, second chances, and what it means to take a risk on love. Pack your bags and move to Freya Grove!"—April Asher, author of Not the Witch You Wed
"This sparkling outing marks Martin as an author to watch.”—Publishers Weekly
"A charming paranormal romance that will make readers want to stay and fall in love."—Library Journal