Welcome to our enchanting corner of the internet, where every page turns into a magical journey filled with spells, potions, and mystical adventures. Today is all about those witchy reads you should read to bring out that inner magic. If you’re anything like me, you probably went through a phase in your childhood where you desperately wanted to be a witch. I vividly remember donning a makeshift witch’s hat and casting imaginary spells on my unsuspecting stuffed animals, convinced that a bubbling cauldron and a trusty broomstick were just around the corner.
Well, fast forward to today, and while I might not be flying on a broomstick just yet, I’ve discovered a delightful way to channel that inner witchy-reads craving! So grab your pointy hat and join me as we delve into the bewitching world of witchy reads that will transport you to realms where magic reigns supreme.
Let’s kick off the Witchy Reads
The Witches of Bone Hill by Ava Morgyn
The Witches of Bone Hill follows two sisters: Cordelia and Eustace Bone. Discovering that they are Nordic witches, after inheriting a Victorian mansion from their late aunt, setting them on a journey to sort the estate. As the story unfolds they discover secrets of their family, face a mysterious enemy, and learn to love their family and all of its faults to survive the world and heal from their wounds.
The Witches of Bone Hill is full of romance, self-discovery, and full of magic!
What Became of Magic by Paige Crutcher
Paige Crutcher is back with another one of her fabulous witchy reads. What Became of Magic tells the tale of Aline Weir a witch who decides to lead her life in isolation and keep her magic hidden. Aline helps lost souls find their way home. Until one day she stumbles upon a book in her favorite bookstore, where she discovers that her powers have grown stronger. When she travels to a town that suspiciously doesn’t appear on a map, Aline must decide if using her magic is worth the risk.
The Unfortunate Side Effects of Heartbreak and Magic by Breanne Randall
The Unfortunate Side Effects of Heartbreak and Magic is the perfect witchy read. This debut is the perfect cross between Practical Magic and Gilmore Girls. Exploring the shields we build around our hearts to help retain that inner magic we all hold.
Sadie Revelare has always believed that the curse of four heartbreaks that accompanies her magic would be worth the price. With the news of their grandmother’s impending death, Sadie’s estranged twin brother Seth returns to town. Bringing with him deeply buried family secrets that threaten to tear Sadie’s world apart. Sadie isn’t sure she’ll have the strength to keep the family, and her magic, together.
As feelings for Jake begin to rekindle, and her grandmother grows sicker, Sadie faces the last of her heartbreaks. And she has to decide: is love more important than magic?
Witch of Wild Things by Raquel Vasquez Gilliland
The legend goes that long ago a Flores woman offended the old gods. Their family cursed as a result. Now, every woman born to the family has just a flicker of magic.
Sage Flores has been running from her family—and their “gifts”—ever since her younger sister Sky died. Eight years later, Sage reluctantly returns to her hometown. What should be a simple task is complicated by her partner in botany sleuthing: Tennessee Reyes. With rare plants to find. A dead sister who keeps bringing her coffee. And another sister whose anger fills the sky with lightning, Sage doesn’t have time for romance. But being with Tenn is like standing in the middle of a field on the cusp of a summer thunderstorm. Supercharged and inevitable. What’s a witch to do?
Witch of Wild Things is one of the best witchy reads released in September. It is cozy and alluring with a touch of magic.
Night of the Witch by Sara Raasch and Beth Revis
Fritzi is a witch. The lone survivor of a brutal attack on her coven, she’s determined to find her only remaining family member. And bring the hexenjägers to justice for the lives they ended. To do this, she will need to take down their leader, the merciless and enigmatic Kommandant Dieter Kirch.
Otto is a hexenjäger?but that’s just his cover.
When Fritzi and Otto are unexpectedly thrown together, neither is sure they can trust the other. The reluctant truce fueled by their common enemy takes them from the city at the heart of the hexenjägers’ power to the wild and mysterious Black Forest. As old truths come to light and new dangers are revealed, Fritzi and Otto uncover a horrifying magical plot at the center of the hexenjäger attacks that leads back to Kommandant Kirch . . . but their own growing feelings for each other may be the most powerful magic of all.
The Night of the Witch weaves a tale of romance, vengeance, and magic in this start to the Witch and Hunter duology, an epic enemies-to-lovers fantasy romance.
In Charm’s Way by Lana Harper
Six months after having been hit by a power surge that nearly obliterated her memory, Delilah is still picking up the pieces. Her once diamond-sharp mind has become shaky and unreliable, and bristly, self-sufficient Delilah is forced to rely on friends, family, and her raven familiar for help.
In an effort to reclaim her wits and former independence, she casts a dangerous blood spell meant to harness power with healing capacities. While the spell does restore clarity, it also unexpectedly turns Delilah into an irresistible beacon for the kind of malevolent supernatural creatures that have never before ventured into Thistle Grove.
Just as things are about to go terribly sideways with a rogue succubus–a mysterious stranger appears in the nick of time to save Delilah’s soul. Though Delilah balks at the idea of a partnership, she has no choice but to roll the dice on their collaboration. As the two delve deeper into the power that underlies Thistle Grove, they uncover not only the town’s hidden history but also a risky attraction that could upend Delilah’s entire life.
Big Little Spells by Hazel Beck
Big Little Spells is the finale of the Witchlore duology. The first is Small Town, Big Magic. This witchy rom-com is perfect for the Halloween season so make sure you add both books to your TBR!
Rebekah Wilde was eighteen when she left St. Cyprian, stripped of her magic and banished home. Ten years later, she’s forced to return to face the Joywood Coven. The Coven presides over not just her hometown but the whole magical world.
Rebekah is happy to reunite with her sister and with her friends. But the implications of her return are darker and more dangerous than they could have imagined.
The Burning Witch by Delemhach
Katarina Ashowan was not made for courtly life. Sure, her father is the famous house witch of Daxaria. But being raised among majestic castles, proper manners, and royal expectations. wasn’t all that it was cracked up to be. Kat is also a mutated witch whose power aligns predominantly with fire. She’s more comfortable riding horses or learning to fight than she is making polite conversation and wearing fancy dresses. This is why her upcoming assignment—serving her best friend, Alina, the soon-to-be crowned Troivackian queen—is anything but ideal.
Wolf Gone Wild by Juliette Cross
Evie Savoie has always obeyed the house rules of her coven—no werewolves. They’re known for being moody and volatile. So, when a quick-tempered werewolf strolls into the bar and almost strangles one of her late-night customers, she’s ready to bounce him. But her heart softens when she sees the desperation in his eyes as he begs for her help. Maybe she can bend the rules, just this once.
What Evie doesn’t know is that Mateo’s wolf has a mind of his own. And now that she’s in his sights, he wants only one thing. Her.
The Modern Girl’s Guide to Magic by Linsey Hall
So here’s the deal-I’m a magical disaster. A witch from a family of witches, and the only one whose magic blows up in her face. Which is why I came up with my rules…
1. Never get involved with magic
2. If you must get involved, do not enter a competition to win the biggest magical fortune in England
3. And definitely don’t fall for Callan Hawthorne, the sexy billionaire mage who you’ve hated for years
So how the heck do I end up in a situation that promises to break all those rules? It’s the only way to save Seaside Spells, my family’s magical potion shop.
But it’s cool. When I go back home to Charming Cove village of ancient pubs and foul-mouthed familiars will totally ignore Witch Weekly’s Sexiest Man of the Year. I’ll win the competition, and if I’m lucky, I won’t turn myself into a toad in the process.
This will be fine. It’ll all be fine.