My Rating: 4 stars
Genre: Paranormal Romance/ Urban Fantasy
Age Category: Adult
Type of romance: MF
With the threat of the Sect lingering around every corner, it’s a race against the clock for Willow and Azíl to keep themselves safe and unravel the secrets of his curse.
Mulled Cider And No One Is Wiser is book five of the Cauldron Coffee Shop Series, a witchy modern fantasy series with a romantic sub-plot, a mysterious teapot, and a cat who might be up to no good.
Mulled Cider and No One is Wiser is the fifth book in the Cauldron Coffee Shop series and it was an important book in the series. There are some big events and changes and I am excited to see where things go for Azíl and Willow next.
In this book Willow and Azíl travel to Morocco. Her best friend Sabine is there on a dig and needs help translating things. This dig might relate to Azíl’s past and he’s a native speaker of this long dead language so they go out to help there and hopefully get off The Sect’s radar. I like how this book has them traveling to Morocco, although I had hoped for a few more details of the country and the dig. There is more work on breaking the curse and I was excited to see whether they would succeed in breaking it. Willow and Azíl also have some good talks about their future and how the curse has influenced their romance so far. I like how we learn a bit more about Azíl and his past and how the dig relates to that.
I really like reading about Willow and Azíl and it’s lovely that this series follows the same couple so we get to see how their romance develops. There are new troubles they run into and things that have to talk through and work out together. I like seeing how they deal with the things they encounter and how their bond gets stronger, but also how they have tough things to deal with.
To summarize: This was a great book in this series. It is a very important one with some big changes for Willow and Azíl and I can’t wait to see what comes next for them. I enjoyed reading about Willow and Azíl and seeing how their romance develops throughout this series as they deal with things that come their way. It was fun to travel to Morocco, although I would’ve liked some more details and descriptions. The dig tied in well with Azíl’s past and there were some interesting reveals.