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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley (March 4, 2008)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0425220435
  • ISBN-13: 978-0425220436
  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 4.1 x 6.7 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #566,461 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Anya Bast tells a really passionate story and leaves you wanting more...the Elemental Witch series will be a fantastic read." -ROMANCE READER'S CONNECTION "Deliciously sexy and intriguingly original." -ANGELA KNIGHT ON WITCH FIRE

About the Author

Anya Bast lives in the country with her Belgian husband, their tornado toddler of a daughter, and more cats, dogs, and rabbits than is sane. Ever since she was a little girl, Anya has told stories (much to her mother's dismay). She's happy to finally be making a career out of it. A native of one of the colder states, she loves to ice skate and watch hockey. She has fascination for crows, ravens and birds of prey. She enjoys the study of Eastern philosophy, Celtic myth, dreaming, and shamanism and occasionally incorporates what she learns into her paranormal stories. She works part time as a data base editor and French translator.

More About the Author

Anya Bast is the author of numerous works of romantic fiction, mostly all paranormal and mostly all scorching hot. She lives in the country with her husband, daughter, eight cats, a dog, and an odd assortment of rescued animals.

Somewhat reclusive by nature, she can be drawn out with a good bottle of red wine, classic movies, or good music. When she's not writing, she can be found trying to grow organic vegetables, shopping in thrift stores for that perfect piece of clothing, or dreaming about travel to some faraway country.

She is the New York Times bestselling author of the Elemental Witches and Dark Magick series, and is now working on a new series. The Brotherhood of the Damned will feature immortal Viking warriors, demons, witches and more.

Customer Reviews

This book is one of the best ive read in awhile.
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Be prepared to read it straight through, because you will not be putting this book down once you begin reading it!
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I look forward to reading the next book in the series Witch Heart.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer A. Ray TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 4, 2008
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Ever since her sister was savagely murdered at the hands of the demon summoned by a cabal of evil warlocks, Isabelle Novak has had one reason for living - revenge. Failing to find the demon in question, she'll settle for the next best thing - the leader of the warlocks that summoned the creature to the human world.

Foiled at the last stage of her vengeful plot by the irresistible Thomas Monahan, powerful earth witch and head of the local Coven, she reluctantly admits that revenge doesn't taste quite as sweet as she'd imagined, and now there is a much more urgent mission afoot for which they need that very warlock's grudging assistance with.

More witches are dying, in the most gruesome way imaginable, slaughtered by the very same demon that that killed Isabelle's sister. It quickly becomes apparent that the selection of victims is by no means random, and Isabelle herself seems to be the demon's end game.

Trapped between the demon intent on stealing her life and the sexy earth-witch determined to win her heart, Isabelle fights to save everyone she cares for, even if it means sacrificing herself to do it.

The moment I finished the first book in Anya Bast's Elemental Witches series, I was ready to launch into the second. Unfortunately for me, it was nowhere near its release date at that time, forcing a patience I was loathe to give. Now the release date for Elemental Witches, Book 2: Witch Blood is imminent, and the advance copy I have been fortunate enough to read and review leaves me with this same yearning for the next book in this mesmerizing saga! In other words, this book was well worth the wait.

In this series, Ms. Bast crafts a world that is full and rich, but requires no effort on the part of the reader to absorb and understand.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Maria Waltner VINE VOICE on November 24, 2008
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Eh, I liked the first one better. This second one capitalized on the characters introduced in the first book but other than that the characters seemed terribly flat.

Isabelle's motive for seeking out Stephen (the new leader of the warlocks) but even that seems flat. Her motivating actions are weak and the plot with the demon having a 'crush' on her seems a bit contrived.

Even the part where Thomas gets stuck in the other world and Isabelle has a chance to prove herself gets a little murky. With the help of a mysterious new friend Thomas somehow breaks free and manages (again, we don't really know how) to break through to the world where he is supposed to be.

Even their romance stuff seemed flat although she is just as explicit in this book as the last. I hope the third one (due out in January 2009) will be better.

Oh, and the cover art looks a little too ... something. She looks like a plastic Barbie in pain.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J.J. Macken on January 6, 2011
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Well, I just finished Witch Blood by Anya Bast and I am a little bit staggered by the level of crapness in this book. Not only is the main character a flippant, random, TSTL, wench. She absolutely made no sense to me. I don't get any of Isabelle's motives. She is obviously distraught over the violent death of her sister at the hands of a shape shifting demon, but after not being able to find said demon, she moves on to the son of the man who might have summoned the demon way back when. Then she is joined by her former coven of elemental witches who are also after the demon but never thought to tell her that and Isabelle is suddenly, idiotically, all recalsitrant about joining them. When they actually come face to face with the demon everyone almost dies except Isabel, who happens to have a handy copper knife on her and manages to stab the demon with an ACTUAL weapon. When the coven get back to their headquarters, the dude they have searching demon info is all "Oh, ah yeah, copper does hurt demons. Sorry guys." What? What kind of coven are they? How could they know absolutely nothing about a race of demons that supposedly sired their own kind and completely threatens humans and the witches own existence?
The writing in this book was kind of poor and slap dash. Heaps of the times, aspects of the plot were way too over explained and repeated, there are a few paragraphs of about the coven chasing down leads and histories on the demon they are after in order to work out where he might be, clearly, but then we are given a paragraph explaining just why they are doing these perfectly obvious things and the game plan is rehashed. When the reader gets things ten times faster than the heroine... we have a problem.
The romance in this novel was really quick and in my oppinion, rushed.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By MNix on June 2, 2008
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Isabelle Novak is a water witch with only one thing on her mind - revenge for her sister's death. Isabelle has spent months trying to locate the demon that killed her sister and now driven by grief alone, she is going after the only person she can find. Since revenge is not part of the "harm ye none" that the Coven follows, Isabelle has left it and gone out on her own.

Thomas Monahan is an earth witch and the head of the Coven and once he discovers what Isabelle is up to, he decides to bring her back into the Coven so they can help each other with a common goal - to defeat the demon. Thomas is known as a no nonsense type of person, however Isabelle has brought emotions and feelings to Thomas that he has not felt before.

Isabelle and Thomas begin an alliance of sorts -the watchful and waiting type. Trust is an uneasy thing between them and passion seems to flare every time they are near each other. As the danger comes nearer and nearer and their passion explodes, what is going to happen when Isabelle and Thomas are unexpectedly caught somewhere they never expected to be?

Witch Blood takes a water witch filled with the need for revenge and an earth witch who is trying to protect not only the Coven but Isabelle to. While I could feel for Isabelle and her need to avenge her sister, I was hoping that Thomas would be able to show Isabelle that there are several ways to conquer a foe. I was flipping pages as quickly as I could read them as not only the intrigue and danger grabbed me, but also as the red-hot feelings between Isabelle and Thomas kept being ramped up higher and higher. I absolutely loved the sensual passion that Ms. Bast developed and grew between Isabelle and Thomas. When I put that with the intense danger aspects and a plot that will keep you intrigued, I can guarantee that any lover of paranormals and romance will find Witch Blood has a place on their keeper shelf.

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