To Have and To Code (A Witch Central Romance) (A Modern Witch) Kindle Edition
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With, "To Have and to Code", finally, Debra has written the shining beginning of her series. Like the Star Wars Series, Debra started with the center of the story. Introduced her characters and branched out from there. The first book she wrote in her "A Modern Witch Series" was "A Modern Witch A Modern Witch (A Modern Witch Series: Book 1) and she has added 3 others. Finally, with To Have and To Code (A Witch Central Romance) Ms. Geary has taken us to the beginning of the story and told of the romance between Nell and Daniel. It has been a long awaited story that centers around the driving force of Witch Central, Nell Sullivan. We meet Nell, as a young woman, whose online game called "Realm" is one of the most talked-about and successful Internet games of the day. Through the book we see her mature and meet her destiny (or The Prophecy, as her parents call it)
Through all the other books we have gotten peeks and glimpses into the story of how Nell and Daniel met, their romance, and the incredible start to the series. Finally, our imaginations don't have to run wild. Debra has written a great, fully-fledged story that gives the 'back-story' to many of the friends, relatives, neighbors, witches and non-witches that have populated her other books.
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Why did I not enjoy this one as much? It was not boring to read, but it was nowhere near as enjoyable as other books in the series. What was missing was the humor, the quirkiness and the joy de vivre of the previous books. I felt like I already knew Nell and did enjoy learning more about her past. Jamie however, seemed immensely subdued in this novel versus his older self from other books. Nell's mother is a potential major characters who has not been explored much in this series. What we got on her mother was intriguing. but not in depth. Sammy, Nell's best friend comes new to the series; but then disappears to Texas and obscurity from the rest of the series (to date) An explanation on Nell's famous nutella cookies did add to the linkage with the series.
Daniel, her future husband and new found romance was a major disappointment. Is he going to stand up to this witch who keeps pushing him around? Love does not just happen because Cupid shoots his magic arrow and there was little background that explained why a successful, athletic, genius would put up with the abuse Nell dumped on him. Lust and physical attraction are there.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have thoroughly enjoyed Geary's Witch series and am so sorry to see it come to an end. I didn't start reading it until recently and so was able to read smoothly from one book to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Susan M
It was fun and entertaining as all the other books. An easy read.Published 3 months ago by Michelle
I read this as the first book by Debora Geary. Sets up the series really and. If this is ur genre have u got happy in store for u. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Dwildkats
Loved being able to go back to the beginning of the story line.Published 3 months ago by Carolyn Andrews
A book that speaks to the heart of the witch, about where Witch Central anchors their roots. Read this if you love to feel the connections between people, the joy, laughter,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kerry B
Loved it, sorry the series ended. Read the books out of order,but still fun. Now all the loose ends are tied up.Published 4 months ago by Cassy R. Green