She knew Werewolves weren’t real. Working with one was only the start of her problems.
Charlie is afraid. Since her 18th birthday, strange things have been happening around her—like randomly starting fires or turning things to ice. But things are about to get even weirder.
When two good looking guys turn up in town both wanting her to help them, Charlie doesn’t want anything to do with them. But when of them asks her to help him find something, he gives her an offer she can’t refuse. And Charlie discovers more than she could have suspected.
Because the man she’s helping is a Werewolf—something she knew didn’t exist.
And the weird things she’s been doing? Probably makes her… something else she never believed in—something that’s confirmed when she’s kidnapped and forced to put on a wedding dress to marry a powerful warlock. She’s a witch.
But if Charlie thinks avoiding a wedding is the biggest of her problems, she has another thing coming. Many things coming actually. Because she’s made the Prince of Hell mad as… well, hell. And, with a bunch of his evil chums, he’s coming for her.
She’d better hope she masters the whole ‘turning things to ice’ magic pretty fast. And that the Werewolf can track her down. Because staying in hell is exactly like it sounds. And getting out might just take more than she can give.
The Queen of Witches is the second book in the Urban/Paranormal Wheel of Crowns series by Brandi Elledge. With the same quirky humour and sass as the first book in the series, you'll laugh as you're glued to the pages until the very end.
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The Queen of Witches (Wheel of Crowns #2) By Brandi Elledge Rated 5 stars! Another great book in the series! This seemed to move along so fast! Before I knew it I was half way through. Action, action and more action is in here. I am glad I’m not a character. I would need a breather. Phew! What did I love about this? Everything! Charlie and Tandi have an amazing friendship. I loved their discussions and Tandi added some great comments. Jameson is so different from his brother and I love how he doesn’t shy away from his destiny. As in the previous book there is a slew of characters that we meet or have previously met. Some are helpful some are not. There are good ones and evil ones. They are all great for moving the story in a forward motion. This is the second book in the series. While it can be read as a stand alone. I would recommend reading book 1 (The Werewolf Queen) to enhance your enjoyment of this One. Personally I think this is a great series and all Paranormal lovers SHOULD read it. I eagerly look forward to more in this series! P.S. I love the cover! Look at that crown! Perfect!
The Queen of Witches (Wheel of Crowns #2) by Brandi Elledge was a fast pace, action packed, intriguing read, that had me hooked form start to finish. The second book in the Wheel of Crowns series, and just like the first I could not put this book down. Something to know about this series, it can be read as a standalone, so if you haven't read the first book, no worries, cause you can just jump in right here. But I do suggest reading the first book cause, it's just as outstanding as this one. The attention to detail, the plot, the characters, everything was on point, engaging, pulling, and man at one point I forgot I was reading I was so absorbed in this amazing fantasy world that Brandi Elledge has created. This book, this series, is a must read from me, and it's probably one of the best I have read so far this year! So if you haven't guessed, this book gets my super high recommendation and my stamp of approval. Happy Reading -E.A. Walsh.