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Publisher's Summary

Welcome to Isla Bruja, a secret magical enclave near Miami and home to the richest and most powerful Latinx witch families.

When Catalina Cartagena returns home for her older sister’s wedding, she’s shocked to discover that her soon-to-be brother in law is possessed by a demon. To make matters worse, everyone else seems to be under the demon's spell - except for Diego Paz, younger brother of the groom and Cat’s childhood rival. 

With only three days until the wedding, Cat must join forces with her sexy nemesis to break the spell and defeat the demon. If they fail, demonic forces will control two of the most powerful witch families on Isla Bruja.

There’s only one bed at the magical B&B, and it’s time for these witches to get wicked...in more ways than one.

©2021 Alexis Daria (P)2021 Audible Originals, LLC.

About the Creator

Alexis Daria writes stories about successful Latinx characters and their (occasionally messy) familias. Her debut novel, Take the Lead, was a RITA Award winner for Best First Book, and You Had Me at Hola, the first book in her Primas of Power series, is a national bestseller. Daria is a lifelong New Yorker who loves Broadway musicals and pizza.

About the Performer

Jacqueline Grace Lopez is an actor, writer, and singer, with various credits across multiple platforms. Her TV credits include Light As A Feather, East Los High, General Hospital, and the lead role in the Jane the Virgin spinoff pilot Jane the Novela for The CW. Theatre credits include Mamma Mia, References to Salvador Dali Make Me Hot, and In the Time of the Butterflies. She is also an accomplished voiceover actor, with credits including Fallout 4 and various commercials. When not acting, she is producing and co-hosting the podcast Seven of Wine and creating social change content with the artist collective Art Save The Vote.

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Great narration but ok storyline

The book is cute and I know it’s not meant to be a serious read, but it was a little silly and didn’t always set up the world to make someone who isn’t that into witches to follow.

The narrator did a good job and it’s short, but it still very much felt like a culture of white latine/latinx folk using black latine/latinx culture and people as their backdrop and prop(please stop using Celia Cruz for this stuff!).

I enjoyed but it will be a hit or miss depending on whether you like witches.

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Cute and Magical

This was such a fun listen! Diego and Cat are so cute, especially with the witchy puns, I definitely laughed out loud. The narrator did a fantastic job!

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Despite First Impressions It Is Not YA

I assumed this audiobook would be silly, YA fun and 85% of it was. The f-bomb and sex scenes made this a strange book - certainly not what I expected and may miss the mark for other groups, too.

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This novella is all magic!

What the Hex was so much fun to listen to. I laughed out loud quite a bit and enjoyed it very much. This story was all magic for me. Este libro estaba lleno de magia y romance. Me encanto muchísimo. The narrator did such a great job 👏🏼

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Latinx romance ❤️

I loved the spicy wiitchy wit in this novella. As a Latina, I’m thrilled to see representation of a sweet Latinx romance showing the layers of the Latino culture and families

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Too short

The narration was excellent as the storyline seemed very interesting. It was just too short. I need more backstory, more slowly building the romance, just more. I would definitely give the author and narrator another chance.

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Brujas power!

This was such a fun and entertaining novella! the story telling had me on the edge and laughing out loud like a crazy person. The character's were charming and relatable to any big latino family. I also loved how the whole narration was done in Spaglish.

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Short, cute, sexy and WITCHES!!

A cute and quick listen for Audible original.
It’s pretty much a novella, audio style. Quick and sweet and to the point.
This story takes place on a fictional island near Miami during the festivities of a family wedding. Two witches (which happen to be old high school rivals) have to work together to take down a member of the wedding party that happens to be possessed. What happens when the rivals uncover a few secrets of the past AND they accomplish what they set out to??

For a short story, this was fun and quickly paced. There is a little development of the families and the relationship between the witches, but the dynamic between the two is quite spicy and I would've loved more of them. I wish we had more of the family, but for the length of the story, I think the short story accomplished what it set out to do.
The narrator was FANTASTIC. She had a wonderful accent for both the male and female characters and kept the story interesting with her fluctuation of her narration.
Wish the book/audio was longer so we’d get more character development but that’s to be expected with a novella. Overall, fun and spicy and would love to see more in this world.

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Magical

Love everything about this! The narrator was amazing! I loved the voices and the thought she put into the characters. This is my first book from Alexis Daria and i must say, from now on she will be an auto buy/listen. I just added her other work to my read/listen list. I hope the author and narrator will continue to work together on these amazing stories because the combination is magical! So glad i have this audible subscription, because it’s exclusive to audible!

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Loved every second!!

I’m amaze how such a short story was so complete, sometimes this tiny stories feel rushed or incomplete but not this one! The enemies-to-lovers of the protagonists did not seem rush or out of the blue. You feel the growth and full circle-ness of the main protagonist. The author created an amazing story with great characters. Loved all the Latinx references boricua power 🇵🇷 !!

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