- File Size: 5672 KB
- Print Length: 859 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Dark Valentine Press (May 4, 2015)
- Publication Date: May 4, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00X6B4MEU
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #116,293 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
The Witches of Cleopatra Hill, Books 1-3: Darkangel, Darknight, & Darkmoon Kindle Edition
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Heroine is kidnapped at the end of book one. When early in book two she has access to email to contact her family, she merely sends that she is fine and in _______ city. She sends it to a friend, because her family member doesn't check email regularly. Why didn't she send: I'm fine, I'm in ____, Tell _____ to check her email, it's urgent. Then she could have sent all the details of her location to her family member who was in on what was going on. "I'm fine, I was kidnapped by _____, I'm in old town _____, being kept at _____'s apartment above _____. From my window I can see _(names of)_ businesses across the street. I'm left alone sometimes, but I can't break open the windows or door." She could have been a participant in her own rescue, but no instead she cooks dinner. She is the prima magic user but she hardly casts a spell (she locks a door). She never invokes protection, never tries to control the situation (couldn't she have tried to make her captor sleepy so she'd be a little safer?), nothing... When she did the one thing that supposedly gave the bad guys control over her power, I gave up on the book.
A promising start, but this goes nowhere.
Darkangel: Great story. As I read this beginning story, I kept wondering if Angela would EVER meet the mystery man of her dreams which was her true consort. I guess you literally have to kiss a lot of toads to find your true love!
Darkknight: What an eye opener all-around. This book was quite an adventure.
Darkmoon: Lots and lots of surprises here. The real story of the curse is finally revealed along with the answers to a lot of unanswered questions for both the McAllister and the Wilcox families. It's amazing how half-truths and misunderstandings become handed down as the gospel truth from generation to generation.
This is a great story and I look forward to continuing on with each of the next books in the series!
Yes, there are a few typos, but they're completely forgivable. The editing, storytelling, and voice of the character are so great. Sooooooo great. Ms. Pope put some real skills to work bringing this baby to life. I'm not going to bother retelling the plot, because you can figure that out from the blurb. I love Angela, though. Love her. I was in tears at one point, feeling her pain.
To make matters worse, there is a Warlock Clan that has tried once to kidnap a soon to be Prima so there is a Romeo and Juliet feel to the story.
This series throws quite a mix of myths at the reader and keeps you coming back with the cliff-hangers at the end of each book. Some sex, but easy to skip over, if that is not something you care for. Some profanity, but again easy to skip.