Review: The Baklava Witch by Laura Greenwood

Posted May 11, 2023 by Lola in Fantasy, Review, Romance / 0 Comments

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The Baklava WitchThe Baklava Witch (Broomstick Bakery #4)
Laura Greenwood

My Rating: 4 stars

Genre: Paranormal Romance
Age Category: Adult
Type of romance: MF

When Clover decided to publish a recipe book based on the cakes they make at Broomstick Bakery, the last thing she expected was to find romance.

Tyler didn’t think he’d fall for the gorgeous witch who walked into his office, but the more he gets to know her, the more he realises that this could be something special.

With the launch of Clover’s cookbook drawing closer, can the two of them figure out what’s between them?

The Baklava Witch is a paranormal romance and part of the Broomstick Bakery series. It includes witchy bakers, a workplace romance, and a standalone m/f romance.

My Review

I received a free copy from the author through Booksprout and voluntarily reviewed it.

The Baklava Witch is the fourth and last book in the Broomstick Bakery series that follows 4 witch sisters who run their own bakery and use their magic to infuse their products with emotions. This was such a fun series and I am sad it’s over. The combination of sweet romance, magic and food was well done and I really enjoyed this series.

The Baklava Witch follows the point of view of Clover, she’s working on getting her cookbook published and falls in love with her editor Tyler. I picked this up when I had a stressful few days as I knew these books are easy to get into. I liked Clover’s romance with Tyler and seeing them grow closer. There is a bit of a hint of trouble with them working together, but this gets resolved without any drama. I also liked seeing how Clover dealt with her work situation and how she was taking on too much and had to decide what to change.

I liked seeing the other sisters make an appearance in this book and seeing how they’re doing. As well as some scenes with Willow and mentions of her and Azíl. This book wrapped up the series nicely. I liked how the bakery and the products were a clear part of the story and how Tyler got to experience their emotion infused products for the first time and how baklava was his favorite.

To summarize: This is such a fun series and I was sad to see it end. This book follows Clover as she falls in love with her editor Tyler. I liked reading about Clover and how she was working on her cookbook, there also is an interesting bit where she had to figure out what to do with her life as she’s taken on too much. Her romance with Tyler was sweet and I liked reading about the two of them. I especially liked seeing the other sisters and Ash make an appearance in this book and seeing how they’re doing now. All in all this was a great series with magic, romance and food.

4 Stars


You can also read my review on Goodreads and Bookbub.


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