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Posted February 2, 2014
This is the second story in the Witch series. Allison is a self described psychic who can remote view and telepathically fly around people's homes but she can't find her own car keys. This time when Allison finds her client through the psychic hotline, she is in over her head battling the most evil of all demons. She gets some help from old friends along the way. There is a father in denial, a daughter fighting for her life and wizard who doesn't exist in a library you cannot see. No one writes them like J.R; solid plots, great dialogue and cool characters.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 1, 2014
Book: The Witch and the Englishman
Author: J.R. Rain
Length: 150 Pages
Genre: Paranormal, Mystery
My Rating: 5 Hearts
Allison is back and this time she has a new friend and a new evil to battle. Allison is learning more about being a Witch. While at her personal trainer job she meets Ivy. Ivy is also a witch and now that Samantha can no longer be in the triad they need a third. Allison will need every bit of help that she can get with this new evil she will have to battle. In comes Billy the Englishman who calls the hotline and needs help. His daughter is in jail for murder but she is being possessed by a Demon. Will Allison and her friends be able to get rid of the Demon?
My opinion: J.R Rain is such a great Author and has once again given us a great book. First off I really think Allison should give Conn a chance. He seems sweet and really into her. I think that Allison and crew had their work cut out for them with the Demon. I think that Ivy is a great addition although she may be a bit too eager. Allison and Millicent have a lot to teach her. I look forward to the next book in this series and I highly recommend reading. You do want to start with book one in this series as it could be a bit confusing if you don't.
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