Blog Tour| Witcha Gonna Do? – Avery Flynn

I’m a big fan of witchy books, so when I got an email if I wanted to review Witcha Gonna Do? for the blog tour Berkley was putting together I couldn’t say no. So today I want to talk about this book and tell you what I thought. Keep on reading to find out more!

A big thanks to the publisher for providing me with an e-arc to read and review.

An unlucky witch and her know-it-all nemesis must team up in the first of a new, hot romantic comedy series from USA Today bestselling author Avery Flynn.

Could it possibly get any worse than having absolutely no magical abilities when you’re a member of the most powerful family of witches ever? It used to be that I’d say no, but then I keep getting set up on dates with Gil Connolly whose hotness is only matched by his ego. Seriously. I can’t stand him. Even if I also can’t stop thinking about him (specifically kissing him) but we’re going to pretend I never told you that part.

So yeah, my life isn’t the greatest right now, but then it goes straight to the absolute worst hell when I accidentally make my sister’s spell glitch and curse my whole family. And the only person who can help non-magical me break the spell? You guessed it. Gil the super hot jerk.

Now we have to work together to save my family and outmaneuver some evil-minded nefarious forces bent on world domination. Oh yeah, and we have to do all that while fighting against the attraction building between us because I may not be magical, but what’s happening between Gil and I sure feels like it.


Witcha Gonna Do? was a book I definitely needed in between all of my more serious fantasy books lately. It had me laughing out loud quite a few times and I loved how the author made it seem like the characters were talking to us readers. I’m a fan of that.

Tilda and Gil were both interesting characters. Tilda being a member of the most powerful family, but with no magic of her own (that she knows of), but she still tries to make the best of what she has. Gil is on a mission and doesn’t always agree with what he does, but he’ll do anything for his family.

I loved the interactions between Tilda and Gil at first. Them not liking each other is putting it softly, but this definitely changes pretty quickly (which didn’t bug me that much in this book). The tension jumped off of the pages and the steamy scenes definitely worked for these characters.

It was interesting seeing these two come together with some fun side characters to try and find a way to get rid of the curse Tilda accidentally activates. The only thing that would’ve made this book even better for me was a bit more explanation of the world and the magic. We get little bits and pieces, but a lot is thrown out there and I don’t feel we ever really get a deep-dive in how this world works. Even though this is definitely a romance as well, I would’ve appreciated a deeper understanding of this fun magical world.

All in all, I definitely enjoyed reading this book and about the characters. This is my first Avery Flynn book, but it definitely won’t be my last!

Witcha Gonna Do was a fast and fun read and a good start to the Witchington series. I’ll definitely be picking up the next book. Hopefully we find out more about it soon. What was the last book that made you laugh out loud? Let me know in the comments! I’d love to hear from you.

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