A tale of witches and werecats. It all started on a cold October's eve in 1954. Using a token offering from a handsome new stranger in town, a coven of young witches cast a spell to make their home a beacon to others of his kind. But magic can be very specific. By the time they discover that he's a feline shifter, the spell has been set and Aspire, New York will never be the same.
About the Author
Celeste Hall lives in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains with her husband, three daughters and a lazy pack of English bulldogs. When not writing, she enjoys photography, puttering about the garden, and backpacking all over the world. Learn more about her books at www.CelesteHall.com
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Something Wicca This Way Comes based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This prequel to Hall's Kitty Coven series is short, cute, and sweet. The characters are a lot of fun, and I liked the fact that Liz was initially reluctant to join the coven; she didn't know much about Wicca, so her hesitation made sense. I have only two complaints. The first is that the setting for the story is not immediately obvious to the reader; only at the very end, in the list of publications, is the date given as 1954. My second complaint centers on the number of grammatical errors; words are missing in places, or the wrong term is used. Other than that, this is a fun, fast story which will definitely appeal to anyone looking for a Wiccan-themed romance. -- lyradora