Self-proclaimed sorceress Kora Walsh knows exactly how to use her shiny new MBA. She’ll open a new age shop in a colony of the country’s most powerful witches. But the town rife with bigots doesn’t want her or her sleek shop tainting their perfect community.
Kora would leave if she had any choice in the matter. She’s trained from childhood for her true task—infiltrating coven leadership as her mother’s mole. Failure to do her familial duty is not an option, not when her childhood nemesis is assured her failed soul for an eternity of torture.
And thanks to the colony’s loudest supporter, the beautiful Desmond Marino, failure is a very real danger.
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Kora Walsh is a sorceress on a mission. Her task is to infiltrate Wipuk, a community full of different factions of witches. While running her new age shop, she also does tasks for her mother. It's not a typical type of task though; she gets dropped off at a location where a Witch will cause something life threatening and has to stop it before it happens. Though there aren't many of these tasks in the book, it sheds some light on what abilities Kora really had access to. While she has access to all of the types of magic, she isn't invincible which was refreshing. From the beginning of the book to the end, Kora butts heads with the one of the high priests, Desmond Marino. He is dubbed Desmond the Dick, and I wholeheartedly agree. About halfway through The Only Sorceress I started really liking his character and got intrigued. I'm team D the Dick all the way. The Only Sorceress is a great start to a series, and any Urban Fantasy lover will love it.