The Star Witch

The Star Witch

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by Linda Winstead Jones
     
 

The Sun Witch and The Moon Witch introduced the Fyne sisters, three different and engrossing witches coming into their own. Here, the eldest wonders how she can remain chaste with a sensuous enemy tempting her.

Overview

The Sun Witch and The Moon Witch introduced the Fyne sisters, three different and engrossing witches coming into their own. Here, the eldest wonders how she can remain chaste with a sensuous enemy tempting her.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780425201282
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
01/03/2006
Series:
Witch Triolgy Series , #3
Pages:
336
Product dimensions:
4.21(w) x 6.65(h) x 0.92(d)
Age Range:
18 - 17 Years

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Meet the Author

Since the publication of her first book in 1994, Linda Winstead Jones has published more than fifty-five novels and novellas. She's a five-time finalist for the Romance Writers of America's RITA Award and a winner of the 2004 RITA for paranormal romance. Her leisure activities include retail therapy (she never met a shoe she didn’t like), easy hiking, and, naturally, reading. An active member of the Romance Writers of America, she lives in North Alabama with her husband of more than thirty-six years.

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Star Witch 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Colubyana, the Fyne witch rejected the wizard making him so angry he cursed the Fyne women so that their love will always die. Over the next three centuries any Fyne witch who married for love watched either their mate die young or ultimately hate them. Of the three current generations of Fyne siblings, the oldest Isadore watched her spouse die. She and her sisters vow to never marry or fall in love until the youngest Sophie breaks the pledge (see THE SUN WITCH) and Juliet follows (see THE MOON WITCH). --- While the prisoner of Emperor Sebestyn, Isadore contemplates whether the trio can actually end the Curse. Meanwhile Captain Lucan Hern is stunned that he cannot get the prisoner out of his mind his desire for her is that strong. This is out of character for the duty bound soldier, who has spent his life in training to fulfill his destiny as Prince of Swords. Rebels led by the other two Fyne witches are coming to attack the Emperor, who sends Isadora to a hell where no one has ever returned. Isadora sees this as the chance to finally lift the curse even if it takes her death to do so while Lucan risks his life to rescue the woman he loves. --- The final tale of the bewitching Fyne Witch trilogy is a fabulous climatic romantic fantasy. The story line is more complex than before filled with fascinating twists beguiling the unsuspecting reader. The lead couple, the emperor, and the other sisters and their spouses lead to a magical enchantment that grips the audience wondering if the Curse can truly be lifted or will a three-peat tragedy strike as Linda Winstead Jones beguiles her fans. --- Harriet Klausner
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Jones's series about the sisters and their lives afterwards are very good reads. I picked up the Sun and Moon Witch at a bargain bookseller, never getting a chance to read them. Surprisingly, I found them to be excellent and caused me to get the rest of the related books.I hope others enjoy them as much as I did.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Definitely a good read that keeps your mind on the book until you read the very last page. It will definitely encourage you to continue on the story with the lives of their children. Isadora, though strong spirited, just like any woman will fall hard in love. Her love story is interesting and may I say, very sexy! You'll love the plots and twists in the book although you might even guess it before it happens. A great read to finish the trilogy of the Witch sisters.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Linda has the ability to tell an astonish and neat story with so many...stuff on it(and the sex totally wicked) A book that you'll read again and again. (Specially cuz of Izzy and Lucan)
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. I was wondering Barnes and Noble trying to find my next book series when I stubbled into the Romance section unintentionaly. Mind you, I had just turned 16, so I wasn't exactly looking for this type of book. I'm a witches fantasy gonna girl so I read the back desciption completely oblivious to the fact that it was a romance novel and purchased it. It's very descriptive but there is also a vantastic story to it. Reading it feels complete as if it was the only book. Also, I still wanted to know more about the other sisters but it doesn't leave you too bothered which I like. I did see there were the others books and I was interested in the others but still unsure about the avid 'details' because it was the first romance novel I had ever read and I was still a little uncomfortable. In fact, I even hid it under my bed to make sure no one in my family would find it. LOL But now being very close to 18 years old I decided I am less inmature and I actually really REALLY EXTREMELY enjoyed those details and am now rereading The Star Witch and purchasing The Moon Witch, The Sun Witch, The Prince of...Series, and reading them in order this time. Unfortuanately I stubbled across the last of the series instead of starting at The Sun Witch but hey all the more reason to read them all again. I can't wait to read these next books and I think many women would enjoy this book because I know I did. The story/plot is exciting, the scenes are hot and steamy, and the man 'Lucan' in this story makes you wish he was your own lover.:)
Guest More than 1 year ago
This whole series was outstanding! Linda writes so well, and keeps her readers enticed throughout the whole book. There wasn't a dull moment in any of these books this one in particular was my favorite. There was so much suspense, excitement and I hope that she writes another series like this or continues this one!