WitchLove

Posted 18 February 2013 by Kim in Book Reviews / 1 Comment

WitchLoveWitchLove by Emma Mills
Series: WitchBlood #3
Published by Self-published on 2013-07-30
Genres: fantasy, romance
Pages: 342
Source: author
Format: eARC
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Rating: five-stars
Series Rating: five-stars

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From the back cover...

[color-box]With the reappearance of a lost love, Jess flees to the only people who can help her control her increasing powers and gain independence – her family’s coven. But with a bruised heart can Jess learn to forgive or will she find new love in the United States? Witchlove, the third installment of the Witchblood series, is a new adventure that takes Jess from New England to Voodoo country in the South.[/color-box]

My Review

I have been an unabashed fan of Emma’s books since the very first one, Witchblood.  This series takes witchy stories and vampy stories and weaves them together in a completely unique way.  I think that this one is my favorite thus far.  Over the course of the books, Jess has grown a lot and it is obvious in this book, as she takes charge of her own life and her own future in ways she hadn’t before.  I loved that new confidence and maturity in her character.  I was all kinds of angry at her love, Daniel, for big parts of the last two books, and I loved that Jess stood up to him and took charge of her own heart!  There was a ton of action and mystery and intrigue in this book, with twists and turns all throughout the book.  There is also a lot more darkness in this story, with dips into voodoo, zombies, and completely non-paranormal family dysfunction of all kinds!

Things to love…

  • Jess.  She has changed a lot over the course of the books and I loved her in this book.  She is her own person now, able to stand up for herself and I loved seeing that in a character that is impossible not to love.
  • The new American characters.  Saffy is a real piece of work, but she added a lot to the story.  Jess’ American family and all of their different personalities added a lot to the story.
  • Brittany and her Louisiana family.  Brittany ad her family were a huge part of the plot in this book and they were the kind of people you love to hate.  I just wanted to grab Brittany and hug her throughout the book!

My Recommendation

Run, don’t walk, and buy this book and the previous two!  This is a fantastic series that will keep you turning the pages to the very end and leave wanting MORE!!

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