Kiss and Spell (Elemental Love)
In this spellbinding romantic comedy from a series about a family of witches, a lovelorn small-town witch helps a handsome prince break free from a curse—all while trying not to let their feelings for each other bubble to the surface.
A witch without a spell
All Ursula Caraway wished for was to live happily ever after in her hometown of Freya Grove. The self-proclaimed Jersey Shore Witch Princess was set to begin her perfect life—until a twist of fate changed everything. Now, she's telling fortunes to the lovelorn, selling crystals at the local psychic shop, and reclaiming her missing magic. Ursula desperately wishes to shake up her life—so much so, that she’ll do just about anything. Including befriending a very cute, very enchanted prince.
A prince in search of a kiss
Prince Xavier Alder needs to find The One, but his lack of social skills has made that a challenge—and being cursed by the Faerie Queen isn’t helping either. So when Ursula, eager to believe in magic again, agrees to help Xavier find a perfect, curse-breaking kiss before Midsummer, it’s the ideal opportunity for them to get what they want. So long as they don’t let their mutual (and inconvenient) attraction get in the way.
Praise for Kiss and Spell (Elemental Love)
"Martin takes clear delight in her whimsical worldbuilding and her protagonists are easy to love. The result is a bewitching romp that will appeal to series fans and new readers alike.”
“A cozy, magic-infused, swoony, small town romance with all the feels! It's the perfect fall read.”—Entertainment Weekly
"Will have readers rooting for love to bloom and thrive for the witch and her prince."—Library Journal
“Kiss and Spell is a cozy, magic-infused, swoony, small town romance with all the feels! It's the perfect fall read. I hope Celestine Martin takes us back to Freya Grove again and again.”
—Xio Axelrod, USA Today bestselling author of Love on the Byline and The Girl with Stars in Her Eyes
"This sparkling outing marks Martin as an author to watch.”
—Publishers Weekly on Witchful Thinking
"A charming paranormal romance that will make readers want to stay and fall in love."
—Library Journal on Witchful Thinking
"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, on Witchful Thinking