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High Witch (High Witch Book 1)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

I thought this book was really good and well written and I would

I thought this book was really good and well written and I would reccomend to other people. This book was awesome I never put it down it was so good and it was such a page turner if you like reading about magic I really recommend it!

posted by MaryAnn_Koopmann on March 11, 2013

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3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

This is the tale of Ariel a young woman who seems to have magic

This is the tale of Ariel a young woman who seems to have magic running through her veins, but disaster's happen whenever it is leaked out. Oddly enough her father has decided to match her in marriage to a gentleman named Julius whom she neither knows or cares to. So sh...
This is the tale of Ariel a young woman who seems to have magic running through her veins, but disaster's happen whenever it is leaked out. Oddly enough her father has decided to match her in marriage to a gentleman named Julius whom she neither knows or cares to. So she runs away. On her journey she stops at an Inn and meets Brayden who works there. Previously Brayden had been having dreams about Ariel but didn't realize it was her. Push comes to shove and some of her magic comes out at the dining area of the eatery at the Inn. She is accused of being a witch. She goes to her room and Brayden checks on her and the conversation turns to Brayden telling her he might be able to help her because his mother was a witch. He tells her she might be a High Witch which there is only three on earth at one time. These are the most powerful of witches. Well of course being a High Witch can be good and bad, as Ariel and Brayden will find out.

This to me turns into a love story rather quickly. I would like to know more about the High Witches and their powers. Hopefully this will be in book 2. I will be reading it very soon.

posted by BonnieFL on September 25, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 5, 2013

    honest

    Hmm how to put this nicely...this is my first bad review. i thought this book was horrible. I literally had to force myself to finish. I didnt read anything but the dialogue and was still able to keep up. It was annoying how they kept repeating their sentences and how fast everything went. It was a decent plot obviously or i wouldnt of bought it. It lacked so much that im not even going into detail. I wouldnt recommend this to the dullest person i know..i was shocked by the good reviews after i finished. to each their own i guess.

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