3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I enjoyed Witchfire,
This review is from: Witchfire (Paperback)
In Witchfire we see a tale of corporate intrigue, witchcraft, unexpected love and a classic old world struggle of good vs. evil. This time out, the struggle focuses on a brother and sister who find themselves locked in a lifelong battle as they walk two very different paths. One has gone the way of light practicing magic for the good of all while the other has found a much darker way. The tale of love centers on the stories heroes, one a white witch (Morgan Rein) and the other a steel jawed, leather clad scientist (Dancer McCoy).
Separated at a young age, Mogran and her brother Lucien have led very different lives and honed very different powers. Witchfire tells the tale of these two coming back together and settling longstanding family issues.
Within the novel, authors Ardath Mayhar and Ron Fortier weave a rich story filled with history and a detailed back-story giving you a great look at the principal characters and their past relationships. The back-story proves almost as intriguing as the main tale. Also, I particularly enjoyed the art of Rob Davis which is interspersed throughout the book.
If you enjoy a tale of adventure... If you enjoy your novels steeped in a classic, old world struggle of good vs. evil... If you like your leading men rock solid... If you like your leading women strong and in charge of the situation and their lives... You will enjoy Wtichfire. I know I did.