Love Spells and Other Disasters | Review

Title: Love Spells and Other Disasters
Author: Angie Barrett
Version: Ebook (ARC)
Publisher: Entangled: Teen
Release date: 1 February 2021
Rating: ★★★★


I didn’t know when I wrote the first love spell that it would actually make things happen. Like, actually make people fall in love with each other…

How could I have known something like that? I mean, magic isn’t real, right?

But here’s the thing—the spell does work and so does the next one and the next one … and suddenly I’m getting a whole lot of attention from everyone at my high school. Me, Blend-into-the-Walls, Please-Let-Me-Introvert-in-Peace Rowan Marshall. And not only that, but I’ve also caught the attention of Luca Russo, a godlike, football-playing hottie who claims he likes me just the way I am. Ummm…

But as I’m about to learn, playing around with things you don’t understand means when things go wrong – like really, very awfully wrong – you don’t know how to fix them.

This book was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Entangled Teen!
Love Spells and Other Disasters is the first book I’ve read by Angie Barrett and it won’t be the last one! I really enjoyed reading Love Spells and Other Disasters, it was such a good YA book and I really liked the characters. The story was really unique, I haven’t read something like Love Spells and Other Disasters before. 
I’m a big fan of Rowan. She’s really cute and she tries to be a good person by helping other people with love spells. When she realises her mistakes, she tries to correct them. I think this is a beautiful example of character development. I also loved that Angie Barret created a non-binary character who wears makeup and heels. Luca is also a character that I really liked and I had so many swoon moments. He’s so respectful and cute, and I’d definitely fall for him too!

"That’s chemistry, Rowan, and it’s something we’ve got with or without a love spell."
I really liked Love Spells and Other Disasters, but I do have to admit that the book had a slow start and some parts were a bit too long for me. But besides that, I really enjoyed reading this book and I really liked the characters. If you’re looking for a fun YA read, then I definitely recommend this book!