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Aris Calisto newest student at Aether Academy of Crystal Magic and Witchcraft not only stands out with her uirky outfits and bubblegum pink hair but also draws attention by being what’s considered the lowest of the low in the Akasha society a Mixta When mysterious things start happening including unexpected bindings things going missing and being claimed by a not so traditional familiar Aris realizes she’s in over her cotton candy colored head Enter in the five guys who have been magically roped Dropped

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Tch? Book 1 of the Not Your Basic Witch Series Legends of Asteria Trilogy 1 The Not Your Basic Witch is a WhyChooseReverse Harem trilogy featuring MMFMMM meaning there is MM content and the female main character doesn't have to choose between her love interests This trilogy is the first in a series collection consisting of six trilogies titled Legends of Asteria Each trilogy should be read in order This book contains references involving violence and other themes that some readers may find triggerin The first book set in this world kicked the series off with bang Great characters and world building helped set the tone for this book The writing flowed seamlessly and extremely well written with flare and sass I personally loved that it wasn’t all sunshine and rainbows which just added to the storyline and helped round it all out A great read with a little of something for everyone including brilliant witty punchlines The two authors did an extremely brilliant job of writing this book

A.J. Macey ☆ 2 Characters

Into Aris’s rodeo Caspian the playful potions brewer Drayce the summoner who never seems to get overwhelmed Kye a broody rune drawer who Aris can’t help but pester Xan the spell caster with no sense of humor to speak of and Torryn the history professor who seems to demand every waking hour working on mastering her power With a cauldron full of men behind her can Aris use her i’magic’nation to figure out what’s happening to her capricious coven? Or will she find out that life’s a real wi I'm not sure where to beginI'm really not this barely got a 3 star rating from me and that's pretty much only because I liked Aris's character and thought the book began well I think the book started going down hill when the sex started I don't have an issue with sex but when you start adding sex scenes to almost every chapter something else suffers and in this case it was the plot Additionally the relationship is RH but it doesn't feel like an RH When they have their group dates it comes across like friends hanging out All but one of the sex scenes was individually and there isn't even much PDA in front of the others It's almost as if she knows it bothers them to share and so keeps it behind closed doors The one shared sex scene Aris wasn't even the focus of It was a shared sex scene because Drayce is bi and he wanted a piece of Caspian too so he was the focal point of the scene rather than her And everyone else took off uninterested in being around for that It was completely missing the sense of cohesion that makes why choose romance work In fact when she was first collecting partners it almost came across like cheating Parts of this especially the part where the familiars show up come across like wish fulfillment rather than valid plot points And that also comes across as the authors floundered for an issue for the characters to face Other than the fact that spells were used to make some of the problems happen this didn't even need to be a fantasy novel and honestly the same things could have happened without magic at all with minor tweaks to the scene While in one 2 page scene they actually present what could be a realistic fantasy problem and a reason for the constant wish fulfillment its never escalated beyond hey this could be a future issue if we don't keep our mouths shut It's not an actual issue To list a few of the conflicts Aris faced disapproval from powerful parents bullies discrimination a suitor with unwanted parental expectations and a stalker followed by potential blackmail Not a single one of those issues need a fantasy backdrop to occur Also even if one of those was the big bad the focus between them bounced so much that none of the issues held a lot of weight The proper build of escalating threats spread throughout the plot before facing the big bad didn't really occur Even the incidents with the stalker who they finally decided to make the big bad as the book meandered through sex scenes had a few altercations in later chapters of the book The plot also skips time putting multiple dates with unrelated events told in short scenes in each chapter rather than a continuous narrative Overall the plot lacks direction altogether Also in some of the scenes the male characters particularly Kye Drayce and Xan start to blend rather than remaining distinctiveStructurally things like spelling and grammar was completely sound This book was extremely well copy edited It also took the time to add details create a rich setting and give the characters emotion What it could have really used was a detailed plot outline with forward momentum distinctive characters and an idea besides wanting a bunch of different men as to how it was a polyamorous relationship and the dynamics of that relationship It was okay but no where near great

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  • Witch Please Not Your Basic Witch #1
  • A.J. Macey
  • English
  • 14 November 2020
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10 thoughts on “Witch Please Not Your Basic Witch #1

  1. says:

    I wanted to like it but just couldn't Witch Please had some cute moments but I don't get the big deal about a college student and teacher being a thing I mean it's a reverse harem and shit but they are both adults It's not like it's a college professor and a middle school student or even high school Eh I don't know maybe I'm in the wrong here?Other than that I feel like not a lot happened in this book I'll be honest I was one hundred percent bored with this one The only good thing that made me die from laughing so hard was the vicious chicken I'm definitely disappointed in this one because I love harem books but this one just wasn't my cup of teaI also think I hate the word 'cupcake' now Never want to see one or hear that word ever again in my life

  2. says:

    Dropped

  3. says:

    AmazingOmg I need More This was an amazing starter for this new series and I cannot wait for book 2 I fell in love with all these characters and even though there were times I wanted to smack Aris for being so stubborn and not following her gut it was still a good read I have several unanswered uestions but hopefully with time all will be revealed

  4. says:

    I'm not sure where to beginI'm really not this barely got a 3 star rating from me and that's pretty much only because I liked Aris's character and thought the book began well I think the book started going down hill when the sex started I don't have an issue with sex but when you start adding sex scenes to almost every chapter something else suffers and in this case it was the plot Additionally the relationship is RH but it doesn't feel like an RH When they have their group dates it comes across like friends hanging out All but one of the sex scenes was individually and there isn't even much PDA in front of the others It's almost as if she knows it bothers them to share and so keeps it behind closed doors The one shared sex scene Aris wasn't even the focus of It was a shared sex scene because Drayce is bi and he wanted a piece of Caspian too so he was the focal point of the scene rather than her And everyone else took off uninterested in being around for that It was completely missing the sense of cohesion that makes why choose romance work In fact when she was first collecting partners it almost came across like cheating Parts of this especially the part where the familiars show up come across like wish fulfillment rather than valid plot points And that also comes across as the authors floundered for an issue for the characters to face Other than the fact that spells were used to make some of the problems happen this didn't even need to be a fantasy novel and honestly the same things could have happened without magic at all with minor tweaks to the scene While in one 2 page scene they actually present what could be a realistic fantasy problem and a reason for the constant wish fulfillment its never escalated beyond hey this could be a future issue if we don't keep our mouths shut It's not an actual issue To list a few of the conflicts Aris faced disapproval from powerful parents bullies discrimination a suitor with unwanted parental expectations and a stalker followed by potential blackmail Not a single one of those issues need a fantasy backdrop to occur Also even if one of those was the big bad the focus between them bounced so much that none of the issues held a lot of weight The proper build of escalating threats spread throughout the plot before facing the big bad didn't really occur Even the incidents with the stalker who they finally decided to make the big bad as the book meandered through sex scenes had a few altercations in later chapters of the book The plot also skips time putting multiple dates with unrelated events told in short scenes in each chapter rather than a continuous narrative Overall the plot lacks direction altogether Also in some of the scenes the male characters particularly Kye Drayce and Xan start to blend rather than remaining distinctiveStructurally things like spelling and grammar was completely sound This book was extremely well copy edited It also took the time to add details create a rich setting and give the characters emotion What it could have really used was a detailed plot outline with forward momentum distinctive characters and an idea besides wanting a bunch of different men as to how it was a polyamorous relationship and the dynamics of that relationship It was okay but no where near great

  5. says:

    Witch please is the first book in the new series by AJ Macey and Jarica James Not Your Basic Witch The story is fun sexy and overall an enjoyable read Aris Calisto is a little late to begin her first year at Aether Academy of Crystal Magic and Witchcraft lucky for her and unlucky for him she gets a rather grump tour guide with Kyelerian Aris is introduced to each of her guys throughout the day from Kyelerian to Caspian to thenwell you’ll just have to read it to see POV’s interchange within the chapters but I love that theses are clearly defined so you know which characters POV your readingReally loved the little Harry Potter references in the story I can’t wait to read the second book Resting Witch Face

  6. says:

    This book was a little cutesy than I am used to but I mean come on I knew it would be by the name and a cover Although there are certainly some steamy times to be had as well This was a great premise and plot that I hadn't seen before I really enjoyed the story and the characters as well Everything meshed really well the characters the world the plot Some of the sayings are a tad cheesy but I get it this is a different realm so I can just let is flow This is told in multiple POV

  7. says:

    Could've been greatWhile it has interesting characters good ideas for the world and the magic it's really spoiled by the execution Things seem to happen out of the blue and deeper exploration of important plot points is abandoned for pointless waffle about snacks I think this book has the potential to be really good but as it is I found it frustrating and probably won't bother to read the rest of the seriesAJ Macey's Best Wishes series is much much better

  8. says:

    35 hexing starsI picked this book up for something fun to read for Halloween This was a super cute uick funny witty uirky reverse harem magic academy read with a bit of suspense thrown in I’m not sure if I can count this as my first magical academy book as I’ve read the Harry Potter series but it’s definitely my first new adult reverse harem book Aris is a sassy pink haired witch who was sent to Aether Academy of Crystal Magic and Witchcraft to try and develop her magical powers into something that her parents won’t be ashamed of While she’s there she meets 5 men who end up being her bondedfated mates each one bringing out a new magical power within her Caspian is the boy next door Torryn is the sexy professor and also Caspian’s big brother Drayce is the bi sexual flirt Keyelarian is a senators son and the perfect student And finally there’s Xanthius the broody bad boy I found myself enjoying this book than I thought I would I’m looking forward to reading the next book in this series when it comes out

  9. says:

    The first book set in this world kicked the series off with bang Great characters and world building helped set the tone for this book The writing flowed seamlessly and extremely well written with flare and sass I personally loved that it wasn’t all sunshine and rainbows which just added to the storyline and helped round it all out A great read with a little of something for everyone including brilliant witty punchlines The two authors did an extremely brilliant job of writing this book

  10. says:

    Super cute and funny Filled with witchy puns but with something sinister brewing couldn't help it in the backgroundPlenty of world building but not too much information so that it overwhelms the storyThis is a fast burn RH with a whole lot of storyline to back it upAris is just charming and I can't wait for book 2

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