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White Witch: Volume 1 (The Coven Series) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 491 KB
  • Print Length: 190 pages
  • Publisher: Bell Bridge Books (February 15, 2012)
  • Publication Date: February 15, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007A4CQQA
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #361,814 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Trish Milburn wrote her first book in the sixth grade and has the cardboard-and-fabric-bound, handwritten, and colored-pencil-illustrated copy to prove it. That "book" was called Land of the Misty Gems, and not surprisingly it was a romance. She's always loved stories with happy endings, whether those stories come in the form of books, movies, TV programs or marriage to her own hero.

Trish grew up in Kentucky and worked as a newspaper and magazine journalist for a number of years. She still does freelance work, but she devotes most of her time to writing novels. While working toward her first sale, she finaled in the prestigious Golden Heart contest sponsored by Romance Writers of America eight times, winning twice. She was also a finalist in Harlequin American's Great American Novel contest, which led to her first sale to American.

Other than reading, Trish enjoys traveling (by car or train - she's a terra firma girl!), hiking, nature photography, and visiting national parks. Two of her life goals are to visit every unit of the U.S. National Park Service and hike the Appalachian Trail. While many authors buy themselves a piece of jewelry or gorgeous new shoes to commemorate their first sales, Trish bought herself a TiVo so she doesn't miss any of her favorite shows while she's typing away at the computer keyboard to meet her deadlines.

In addition to romances for Harlequin American, Trish writes young adult novels under the name Tricia Mills for Razorbill, an imprint of Penguin Young Readers Group.

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56 of 59 people found the following review helpful By Nih on March 1, 2012
Format: Paperback
Sixteen-year-old Jaxina Phearson, a.k.a. Jax Taylor just wants to be a normal girl., with a normal life, normal friends and a normal school. But she is as far from normal as a person can get. She's a witch, running away and hiding from her coven. They want her to grow up to kill humans, getting revenge for all the witches that were killed by humankind in the past. But Jax doesn't want to kill anyone, she just wants to control her powers and dark impulses and live her life. The problem is, nobody leaves the coven and lives to talk about it.

So, she leaves Miami and heads over to the mountains in North Carolina (after making sure to leave fake trails to Alaska, so her family won't find her). There, she intends to start her new life. She has a trailer, a used car and was just enrolled in her new school (even if she had to use mind control on a tourist so she would pose as her mother and guardian). Everything looks peachy, until she meets a hunter. A human hunter with a bloodstone that can kill supernatural beings in his hand. She's able to hide from him, but, surprise, surprise, his name is Keller and he goes to the same school she's now going to. And he's the most attractive guy she has ever set eyes on. And he seems to think the same about her.

Jax has trouble reigning her powers in, disturbed as they are by her very strong attraction to Keller, and even more because of all the bullying she's receiving at school, for being the (super pretty, super perfect) new girl. The darkness inside her wants to be freed, and Jax needs to control it, else she might murder her bullies. And the more she uses her powers, the bigger the trail left for her family to find her gets. Or for Keller to discover what she really is.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Kayla's Reads and Reviews on March 24, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
White Witch was one of my favorite books of 2012 so far this year. First, I must state the obvious. This cover is absolutely beautiful. It's what drew me into the book and made me want to read it. I loved the story line, and thought it was very original. It's definitely not your typical witch story. Instead of embracing her powers and her life as a witch, Jax runs away from them. All of the characters in the book were mostly well written. I just wish we would have had a little bit more back story on Jax's family, such as her sister and her father. I must admit, I fell head over heels for Keller while reading White Witch. He's smart, sexy, strong, and intelligent. Even though Jax is a witch and he's a hunter, he was willing to overlook that because he loved her. The plot was well written also. It left the reader always hanging on the edge of their seat, wondering what would happen next and when Jax's family would come looking for her. The ending left off on a cliffhanger, and I can't wait to find out what happens next.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Urban Fantasy Investigations on March 22, 2012
Format: Paperback
Jax is on the run from her family a group of very powerful Dark Witches. Jax wants nothing more then to live a normal life without using her power for bad things. She comes to realize that she cant hide forever and that she cant but her friends in harms way no matter how normal she wants to be.

WHITE WITCH was a fast read but there are a few things I had issues with. The beginning felt rushed, there wasn't enough information given when things started happening they just happen and bam your on to the next scene. Even though there were some action moments they to were rushed. It got confusing and I lost where in the moment I was multiple times because it was on fast forward it seemed. The timeline of Jax's relationship with Keller seemed a bit unrealistic at times, again things were rushed and put on fast forward. I really think the story would have benefited from a few more pages added to each chapter. I did enjoy the characters. They were well written and It was easy to get to know them.

The ending definitely didn't leave the characters in a happy place like most books do. I wish it would have went on a little longer but it did leave me wanting to read the next book so that is a good thing. I wouldn't go out and buy this one but it wouldn't hurt to borrow a copy if you have the chance.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By rhonda on February 16, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
Review White Witch by Trish Milburn
Definatly want more of this series. Its romance,good against evil, teenage drama. Kept my attention did not stop reading till done.
Jax has runaway from her Florida home. Her plans are to go to school and stop using her power. She wants to be good and normal. If she uses too much power her family & coven will find her and kill her.
Jax has been home schooled and her family is training her to come into full power when she is 17. Jax does not want to hurt others. Her first day in school she meets Toni and her cousin Keller
Keller hunts the supernatural like Jax. If he or his father find out she is a witch they will try and kill her. Jax is beautiful all the witches are. She likes Keller and Keller likes her back.
Their are a group of girls who are popular and treat Jax like she is dirt, even throws a softball at her.
Keller has been hunting supernatural since he was young. His dad is a preacher. His uncle died hunting years ago.
Toni is a drummer and friends Jax right away. She does not really date at all.
Egan shows up at Jax's trailer and he let her know he feels the same about his coven as she does hers. Egan figured together they can be safer than a part. Egan has found a book that tells things a little different about them that their coven does not want them to know.
I really liked White Witches. I was given this ebook to read in exchange of honest reviews from Netgalley.
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