Review: Hex and the Single Witch (Vehicle City Vampires #1) by Roxanne Rhoads
The last in a long line of very powerful witches, Anwyn, unbelievably, can barely cast spells. She does the best she can by serving as the resident Other Liaison in the Preternatural Investigation Team, or PIT as it's known to everyone. Now, with her limited powers failing her, she must hunt down an Other killer before any more women die. If you like your suspense mixed with liberal humor and plenty of sexual tension I would definitely recommend Hex and the Single Witch.
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