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I Witch: The Powers of the Blood and the Heart Paperback – December 30, 2009
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I thought Meagan was lively and aware, unlike the multitude of the females in this genre who go brainless the instant the hero touches them. While both are certainly totally physically involved, even the hero doesn't lose site of reality or control of his brain when he finally kisses her (after following her around for a year).
When faced with the reality of the bad guy, Meagan jumps in and actually helps, without becoming a damsel in distress. Meagan is a team player who contributes to achieving the team goals. She uses logic and ability, rather than feminine charms, to persuade the big bad (hot) vampire to "let" her help take down the bad guy. Meagan and her new friends are intelligent, kind, and practical -- just what I want from a heroine. Out of literally several hundred paranormal novels I have now read, this is still in my top ten and I will read it again.