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Which Witch Is Which? (The Witches of Port Townsend Book 1) Kindle Edition
Four identical sisters are prophesied to hold the fate of the entire world in their powerful hands. Meet the Witches of Port Townsend...
Moira. A water witch, Moira has always been a healer, but the one soul she can't mend is her own. When a magical spell summons her away from the safety of the Bayou, she doesn't foresee that Conquest, the first deadly Horseman of the Apocalypse is the mysterious danger she’d been hiding from. But the discoveries don’t stop there, she has three sisters who looks exactly like her, and their stories are as unbelievable as her own.
Claire. A fire witch, Claire's a passionate woman cursed by her powers, longing to find someone who can withstand her love. She believes she's forever destined to be alone until she receives a message summoning her "home." The world's most violent man stands between her and her family, and even if she wins the battle, she may lose her heart to War.
Aerin. An air witch, Aerin is a ruthless businesswoman well on her way to ruling the corporate world, until she discovers she not only has three identical sisters, but their fates are entwined with the apocalypse. When she meets Pestilence, an immortal whose destiny is to wipe out entire civilizations, she not only withstands his lethal touch, she craves it.
Tierra. An earth witch, Tierra is all about nature and nurturing her relationships with her newfound sisters. Family means everything to her, and she'll do whatever she must to keep her sisters safe. But unless she can resist Death himself, humanity's prospects are grim.
The de Moray sisters clash with the most dangerous immortals the earth has ever known. Locked on opposing sides of a battle older than time, their fight is only the beginning...of the end.
- ASIN : B08599S1ZW
- Publisher : Oliver Heber Books (July 7, 2020)
- Publication date : July 7, 2020
- Language : English
- File size : 2769 KB
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 319 pages
- Page numbers source ISBN : 0692299882
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #162,303 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I did love the characters and couldn't help but root for them and while I was disappointed in the cliff hanger at the end of the book. I'm invested in the story enough that I will have to read the other three books that follow.
Oh my Lordy, I am so eating my words. I bloody LOVED IT! The characters were appealing, the storyline was engaging, and the connection between all the characters jumped off the pages. I am now a fan of Witches. 😉
Four witches separated at birth are reunited by magic. Four of the most violent men in history were determined to keep them separated or kill them before they doom the world. But, funny things happen when Conquest meets Moira, War meets Claire, Pestilence meets Aerin, and Death meets Tierra. It's not so easy to kill the one person who has beaten you, stolen your sword, survived your touch, and lived to see another day.
This is a story about family connections, fate, and fighting for what you believe in.
Once I settled into Which Witch is Which? I really enjoyed it and I will definitely be back for more. I didn't mind the way this story was written, and think by having each Witch written by a different author, made it easy to connect to each of them as four very different women. It flowed well and didn't feel disconnected at all.
If you're a fan of any of the authors, and if you like stories with Witches or four sexy Horseman of the Apocalypse, you will not be disappointed. I highly recommend it.
Moira, Claire and Aerin all hear the call. They don't know who or what is pulling them west, but they cannot stop themselves from answering the pull. Each having their own powers: water, fire, and air respectively, they all know they're different from the people around them. What they didn't know is they each have three identical sisters.
All four meet their respective Horseman of the Apocalypse. Immortal men sworn to stop the prophesy the sisters will -intentionally or not- fulfill. But they each find something in one of the sisters that draws them.
The battle lines are drawn, and if the Horsemen have anything to say about it, at least one of the sisters cannot survive.
"The earth sighed and a truth she was never supposed to know manifested itself. Her spell had broken another. A banishing spell as old as she was."
There's a saying about too many cooks spoiling the pot. That saying could not be farther from the truth in this collaboration by Cindy Stark, Tiffinie Helmer, Cynthia St. Aubin, and Kerrigan Byrne. All four of the authors' voices blend so beautifully in this work, that it sounds as though they are speaking as one. There's no clear line between which author wrote which piece, save for the title pages.
The female characters are starkly different, and are very well-rounded. Each has their own personality. At first, Moira's bumpkin-isms annoyed me. But, as her inner voice expanded, I came to accept them as her "outer-voice". More of a vocal habit than a sign of ignorance. Her insecurity of the use of her gifts felt real. Claire's struggle with her powers and the decisions around them were stark and filled with true confusion and the need for love and acceptance. Aerin's hard-nosed business-minded strength complemented the emotional weaknesses her sisters have. Her own hidden vulnerability and shocked reluctance to accept the truth were very much suited to her character. Tierra's self-doubts and confusion leading her to make a decision that had unknown repercussions led to a really great climax in the book.
The male characters suited their heroines' quite well. Each believed they had the fortitude or power to do what was necessary, but found themselves thwarted and admiring the strength of their counterparts.
The plot(s) flowed with no hiccups, no dragging, and no excess filler. Instead of being formulaic and cut-and-paste with the stories, each sister's chapter had their own conflict. I absolutely loved that about this book. You never knew how they were going to meet, what the reaction would be, or how they'd slip out of the trouble they'd fallen into.
The climax of the book is vividly written. The scenes and action are clear to the reader without losing the emotion or intensity.
I'm almost certain a sequel must be in the works. I'd be happy to read any collaboration between these four authors in the future, sequel, or not.
The relationships between the witches and the horsemen were certainly tainted with lust and forbidden desire, even though they were enemies.
I can’t wait to continue this series.