My Rating: 3 stars
Genre: Paranormal Romance/ Urban Fantasy
Age Category: Adult
Type of romance: MF
With the teapot missing, it’s a race against the clock for Willow and Azíl to find it before the unthinkable happens. Though it would help if they had any idea where to start.
With the threat of Azíl being banished back to captivity hanging over their heads, they have more than ever to worry about.
Can they find a solution before it’s too late?
Cinnamon Cocoa and Far To Go is book four of the Cauldron Coffee Shop Series, a witchy urban fantasy romance series with a mysterious teapot, a cursed warlock, and a cheeky cat.
Cinnamon Cocoa and Far to Go is the fourth book in this series. Willow and Azíl got quite the shock at the end of book 3 when the teapot got stolen and with the teapot out of their hands the fear that Azíl will get put back into the teapot has grown.
I liked seeing how Azíl and Willow dealt with the missing teapot and also how it made them realize how much they care about each other. They make for a great couple and I like reading about them. But I felt this book didn’t progress things as much as the previous ones as there isn’t as much they can do. It’s also filled with a lot of worries as the threat of Azíl getting captured again and put back in the teapot hangs over their head. The book felt a bit heavier and sadder due to that. I liked how they did take action to figure out what had happened and how at the end of the book they’re closer to resolving things.
To summarize: I enjoyed this fourth installment in the series, but a bit less than the previous books. I felt there was less progression as it takes them a while to figure out what they can and want to do now the teapot is stolen. There’s also a lot of worrying and sad thoughts which made the book feel a bit heavier. I like how they realize the depth of their feelings and they are a great couple. I liked how they got into action toward the end and I feel the events in the last few chapters bring them a lot closer to resolving things.