The Devil Made Me Brew It: A Paranormal Romantic Comedy The Devil Made Me Brew It: A Paranormal Romantic Comedy

The Devil Made Me Brew It: A Paranormal Romantic Comedy

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Publisher Description

Lucifer meets Practical Magic in this opposites attract witchy rom-com brimming with sass, spice, and small-town charm! Featuring duet narration!

What’s a broke tea witch to do when she’s about to lose her beloved café?

No idea, but chugging magic mojitos and drunk-summoning the Devil was definitely the wrong call.

Now, I’m stuck with the house guest from Hell—literally—and we couldn’t be more opposite: a homebody who brews healing teas and reads romance novels to her cats versus a sexy-as-sin playboy with a pitchfork tattoo on his butt and a fondness for public day-drinking. In the nude. Ergo, the pitchfork discovery.


I’ve tried to send the Dark Prince packing, but the spell won’t let him leave—not until he unlocks my so-called “heart’s desire.”

Well. My only desire is to clear my debt and save the café, which would be a lot easier if I wasn’t so distracted by his stupidly charming British accent.

Or the smile that keeps incinerating perfectly innocent panties.

Or the spellbinding, toe-curling, never-should’ve-happened kiss at the Wayward Bay Halloween Ball that has me believing in a different kind of magic:


So maybe the real question is… What’s a broke tea witch to do when she’s about to lose her café and her heart?

The Devil Made Me Brew It is the first book in The Witches of Wayward Bay, a series of standalone paranormal rom-coms where the magic is real and the witches always get their magically-ever-afters. No cliffhangers, guaranteed HEAs, and plenty of heat, humor, and heart!

Perfect for fans of opposites attract romance, forced proximity romance, stuck together romance, fish out of water romance, and he falls first!

Shane East
hr min
13 December
Two Gnomes Media

Customer Reviews

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Book 1 in new The Witches Wayward Bay by Sarah Piper and narrated by Shane East & Samantha Brentmoor.
It’s taken me a bit to write this review because I’m having withdrawals symptoms.
Violet is a tea witch living in Wayward Bay and running her tea shop which is at risk of being taken my greedy property developers.
Her grandmother died many years ago and her tarot cards keep turning up especially the devil card.
After a very drunk night and spell casting Violet calls the Devil to Wayward Bay.
Devlin stuck in mortal realm trying to collect enough souls to go back to Hell but instead has been abducted and now stuck with a witch trying to find her one true desires.
I absolutely love Shane East and as always he just brings out the best in Sarah Pipers characters. First time listen to Samantha Brentmoor who does a fantastic job as well.
Loved so much listening to it again.
Looking forward to more in series