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A Reckless Witch (A Modern Witch Series: Book 3) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 923 KB
  • Print Length: 305 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Fireweed Publishing (November 24, 2011)
  • Publication Date: November 24, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006E22IXU
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,293 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I'm Debora Geary, happily indie author of fourteen books and three short stories in the world of A Modern Witch.

I'm no longer writing in this world, and you can find me now telling stories as Audrey Faye.


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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Clemens on December 7, 2011
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Spencer Tracy used to say about acting, "Don't let them catch you at it". That's probably good advice for any profession -- especially writing.

Debora Geary just released her new novel in the "Modern Witch" series and there isn't a single moment in which Debora can be caught writing. Each book is a magical place where characters become best friends and the laughter and tears are completely real.

This might be the best book in the series but it's enormously difficult to choose a favorite. All of the love, empathy, friendship, and yes, magic, are there. Aervyn is back and is just as charmingly incorrigible as ever. Nat continues to inspire me to nurture tranquility through yoga and meditation. Nell is everything I strive to be as a mother. Newcomer Sierra, "fetched" from her internet job search, is a lonely and powerful eighteen year old water witch and more. She needs all the care the witching community has to give but is the community strong enough to contain the recklessness of a teenage witch who is long on power and compassion but short on responsibility?

When you settle in to read about Sierra's journey to find her place in the witching world, you will have to lay in some supplies before turning the first page. Here are a few essentials and please learn from my experience -- you will save yourself some very important reading time.

1. The Chair -- It is of vital importance that your chair be large, overstuffed, and equipped with an extremely soft blanket. You won't be leaving this chair until you finish the book which brings me to the second point...

2. Supplies -- Two large thermoses, one with the herbal tea of your choice and the other with some nice, hot soup to sustain you since ...
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40 of 54 people found the following review helpful By T. Nelson on March 31, 2012
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I started reading these books because of the low price they were being sold on the Kindle. I love books by Patricia Briggs, Charlaine Harris, J.R. Rain and such because of the paranormal romance and yes, conflict. It took me 3 books to realize that I don't like this series nearly as much as other vampire, witch, werewolf, etc. series because each of the characters written by Debora Geary are just so darn lovey-dovey and sweet; no one is "bad" or "evil", they're just "misunderstood". And enough already with all the constant eating of cookies and Ben and Jerry's; I swear I could feel MY diabetes going out of control! After I finished this book, I decided I didn't want to waste any more time or money on reading any more from this series.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mimbelina on November 27, 2011
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Until she was twelve years old, Sierra's life was filled with wonder and excitement with her carefree mother. Traveling in exotic countries, dancing in hurricanes, playing with ocean currents...Sierra's childhood was one of magic and beauty that came to an abrupt end when she was abandoned in New Orleans and left to fight her way through the foster care system and grieve over the disappearance of her mother. Now, as she comes of age and is forced to make decisions about her adult life, Sierra is at a loss to find a job and a place to call home. At just the right moment, Sierra is introduced to a caring, tight-knit community of witches that welcomes her with open arms. Will she find the happiness and answers she searches for in their embrace? Or will her reckless use of power threaten the foundations of home, love, tradition, stability and acceptance that the group has built? Will her untamed power create irreversible damage within its borders? Love, responsibility, family, hope...once again, the strengths of the witching community stand firm against the fire, making ever tighter the bonds between its members as they are all reminded of a very important truth: "[It isn't] rules and magical protocols [that are needed, but] love and commitment...It has been, and always will be, love that keeps a reckless soul safe."

I can't praise Debora's novels enough. With each one I read, I am reminded again of her talent as a storyteller. She has the gift of the bards, as Sierra's mother Amelia did. She creates a cast of characters that pulls you into its web, leaving you as emotionally tied to them as if they were real. By turns, I find myself laughing and crying with them as they work through the problems they face and find strength in the community around them.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Danielle S on December 9, 2011
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This is the 3rd book in the Modern Witch Series and in my opinion it was the hardest one to get through. The book is entertaining enough the characters are likeable it's an easy read my only problem with the series is though I really Like all the characters the plots are all the same Witch is in trouble, other witches come to the rescue over emotional crying scenes story wraps up neatly. If you want a feel good 7th heaven kind of story this book is for you.

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A reckless witch open with a new character Sierra who's 17 living in Oregon she's a witch who's grown up outside of "which central" and was orphaned at the age of 12 when her mother disappeared while partying at Marti Gras. Sierra is fetched by Nells spell and ends up in chat with the girls where we learn that Sierra's looking for a job to get out of getting stuck in a half way house once she turns 18. Since Nell is a very rich and giving witch she quickly offers Sierra a job as a coder for Realm flies her out to Berkley and sets her up in her own place. Sierra of course takes the offer and is on her way to "freedom". We soon find out that Sierra mother Ameila is a witch Moria and that gang all remember as being a free spirit that didn't always walk the line. Ameila trained sierra on how to use magic but didn't teach her all the "safeguards" The book explores Sierra's abandonment issues lack of training etc and Nell and the gangs undying effort to teach her how to be the witch she is meant to be.

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It's an interesting read a little cutesy but not terrible. I've already recommended the series to a friend and she's enjoying it. I'll continue to read it but i'm not on the edge of my seat waiting for the next one.
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