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Posted July 25, 2013
I hated to finish this only because so far, there aren't any mor
I hated to finish this only because so far, there aren't any more books in the series. Thanks for a quick, very good, summer read.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 27, 2013
WitchLove, by Emma Mills, is a magic fuelled, romance driven, pa
WitchLove, by Emma Mills, is a magic fuelled, romance driven, paranormal romance.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
The book opens pretty dramatically with an effective build up of tension. This immediately sets the pace and tone for the rest of the book. Not only is WitchLove an engaging read, but the way that Emma Mills has successfully crafted book three in her WitchBlood Series is impressive. The author has enabled the reader to continue to bond with the main character Jess, and develop Jess's character in interesting ways.
Emma Mills provides a shocking twist that will blow fans of this series away. One that is sure to pull at your heart strings and play havoc with your emotions. It really is that big!
It was fun to follow Jess to the different locations across The Pond. Not only was there a lovely level of description that really helped my to visualise Jess's journey, but the array of characters that she meets along the way, are an eclectic bunch. This is a testimony to the author's skill to be able to craft such an interesting and realistic collection of characters.
If you are looking for a treat of a read, filled with hot vamps, sexy witches and other things that go bump in the night, led by a strong female protagonist, be sure to check out Emma Mills's WitchBlood Series.
Disclosure: A copy of this ebook was provided by the author for free in exchange for an HONEST and not necessarily positive review.
Posted February 24, 2013
I can't get enough of this series! This story continues a couple
I can't get enough of this series!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
This story continues a couple months after the last one ends. Jess is about to go to court for killing Cole while being held prisoner in the cellar. Since Daniel and Eva have not shown up since then, they are still thought to be dead. So with that in mind, someone else has to provide a place for Jess to live while she is learning about her witch side. That's where her coven side of the family comes in. They offer to provide a home and tutelage for her until she passes the tests necessary to become an independent individual. Bonus, they also agree that her new friend Brittany can come.
The action and suspense continued with this book, and I was not let down. Emma Mills has managed to keep the storyline fresh and intriguing, while introducing new characters and dramatic plots. I loved seeing Jess come to America, but I only wish she had explored more of it. For the most part, when it comes down to it, it takes place at her family's home. Luckily the home and the surrounding grounds are large and varied that you don't feel like you are stifled. And its not like the entire story takes place there, but it just would have been fun to see her very English side interact with our very American ways.
I love how Jess is growing to be such a mature young woman in such a relatively short time. When all is said and done, its only been six months since her transformation. But she is showing a large capacity for love and forgiveness, and growing more and more independent every day. And her new friend Brittany is certainly a lot of fun, and I think she is a great addition to the story.
I'd definitely recommend this series to my friends. It takes the time to shift focus from vampire side to witch side, so you get to know both very well. There are surprises around every corner, and I found myself yelling "yeah!" once or twice during this story. It's great to watch how Jess deals with new circumstances and how she handles herself. I'm anxiously awaiting book four.
Posted December 28, 2013
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