#WOTR19 #Witches #RH #Review – Good Witch Bad Witch, Ariel Kimble Short Story by Mary Martel

Good Witch, Bad Witch: An Ariel Kimber Short Story

Ariel Kimber is a 17 year old girl who has not lived a very happy-go-lucky life so far. So much so, she’s never been able to celebrate to joys of Halloween before.
This year, things are different.
This year, Ariel’s got herself a whole new family, and they just so happen to be witches. Like her. And this year, they are making the best out of Halloween.
Unfortunately for Ariel, it’s not all fun and games for a witch on Halloween when she’s got seven boyfriends. Emotions run high, magic gets explored, and Ariel enjoys her first Halloween with her coven.

This is a Halloween Short Story for the Ariel Kimber Series. It’s also RH.


I received this book for an honest review.

This novella made my heart happy.  I absolutely love seeing Ariels relationship grow with each of the guys. This time it’s the Salt and Pepper twins.

Ariel and the guys got to experience Halloween for the first time. It was heartbreaking to find out there were some that never got to experience this holiday. It was heartwarming to see their excitement not only Ariel’s but the guys too. However, all that excitement came to a screeching halt when Able’s insecurities reared up its ugly head. I loved how Ariel handled things.

Did I say I loved how Ariel has a way of handling each of the brothers especially Quinton. This was a great short read. I am so excited to see what will happen next.

Mary Martel was born in West Michigan and spent the majority of her life there. She currently resides in North Dakota with her husband, and her two beautiful daughters. She’s an avid reader, and when not writing she can be found with her nose stuck in a book.


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