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The Witch and the Gentleman (The Witches Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Apart from being psychic Alison is a regular girl not a detective and has never done anything like this before but she decides to meet with Peter outside of work to try to help him. She soon realizes not only that if her employers find out she could get into trouble and loose her job but by helping Peter she is on the hunt for a real life child killer.
I really enjoyed what turned out to be an emotional story with a good but bitter sweet ending. I felt as if the first half of this book moved along slowly with the introductions and explanations but as the story moved forward and left me wondered which way it would take me next everything started to click into place. I can honestly say I didn't see that twist coming. It was one of those that turnd what you've already read on it's head.
I had to give my daughters a hug after finishing this. Well done to the author for leaving enough unsaid about other characters to make us want to read the next books, so much potential for all the characters it could be a really exciting series. The paranormal / supernatural explanations were interesting and well considered. The reveals were well timed and I felt my heartstrings being pulled just as the author no doubt intended.
I rate this: 8 out of 10 Loved it! It kept me in the tub reading.
Review by Brienne Dubh @ Escapology Reviews
So, there are things I look for if it is a male writer. How well does he portray his fem lead? How do the secondary characters react to the lead? And for either gender writer, I look at how realistic the fantasy person and world is.
In this case, I didn't have a lot of problems with the fem lead, except...crying. Geez! Planning to go take a cry? Crying a lot! A real lady doesn't respond to a person dying in front of her by planning to cry later. She might not cry at all. Shaking, maybe, but goodness gracious! For the rest of the book I think JB Rain got it right. Don't be putting anything on a gentlelady that you wouldn't put on a gentleman.
Apart from the gender issue is the realism of fantasy. Allison Lopez, the main character, is a psychic hotline operator. As one who already possesses some psychic talents, why have her so afraid when the ghost appears? Not just an initial reaction but over and over it is stated how scary this is. I think a true psychic wouldn't have been afraid once the initial introduction happens.
BUT overall, this is a fun book with a main character I could relate to. (I have been a psychic hotline operator. I have encountered a ghost or two.) What I loved was the amount a truth in developing these talents and bits about Wicca and its practices. From what research I have done, most of these practices were well done.
Oh, a word about the narrator, Francesca Townes. I did enjoy the addition of her voice to the story. Her interpretation of the male voice wasn't the greatest, but it worked once I got used to it.
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