- File Size: 728 KB
- Print Length: 259 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: The Wild Rose Press, Inc (June 15, 2016)
- Publication Date: June 15, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01F0LRJ7U
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #868,039 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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A Witch's Journey (The Lobster Cove Series) Kindle Edition
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For a story featuring witches and werewolves, I expected more shifting and magical moments. A ghostly aunt did appear occasionally and there were small uses of magic (lighting a fire or cleaning a stovetop) but, for the most part, magic really came into play in the last chapter. This is also where everything is explained (clarified), too.
It’s great Tena left no loose ends; however, I think she should’ve utilized Benjamin’s dark side more. In doing so, I believe the book would’ve lived up it’s title and scored much higher.
Besides the lack of witchery, a few other things nagged at me and caused me to score it low.
1.) Werewolves have a great sense of smell yet Kolby didn’t scent his brother, Lathen, and was startled when Lathen placed a hand on his shoulder. He should’ve smelt him, knew his scent anywhere. I couldn’t get past it and saw Kolby more as an ordinary man than a werewolf.
2.) Tena seemed more interested in detailing what they were eating, had ate, or discussing food in general. I swear it was starting to feel more like a cooking show than a supernatural book.
3.) With Kate’s (waitress) infatuation with Lathen and her apparent dislike of Pepper, I assumed we’d see some Fatal Attraction craziness. I assumed wrong.
4.) Tena had Lathen wondering “Do I have kink?” after a waitress mentioned the BDSM club (Red Club). I thought she might be leading up to something down the line, but nope. Now looking back, the namedrop seems pointless.
High points: Chapter 21 and 23 are worth reading. If I liked cold temps, I would visit Alaska because it sounds breath-taking.
Also, this story had me wondering what I would do if a deceased relative left me a load of cash like Aunt Ashling did for Pepper.
Pepper finds herself in need of a handyman and conveniently Lathan is there. He is a soldier turned handy man with a past. He's a hero about to be transformed by his passion but who needs to grow, forgive and forget one monumental incident of his past. The chemistry between the characters sizzles. Yes, some of the scenes seem staged and perhaps a little less believable but they do add to the story.
There are some twists and turns with elements of mystery but this really is a story about magic, power, love and forgiveness that takes you from Maine to Alaska. A Witch’s Journey was an enjoyable read and I hope to see more tales from this author.
Pepper McKay finds herself in possession of property she inherited up in the charming setting of Lobster Cove. Her journey is not only a physical relocation, however, for she will work for her dream of setting up an animal rescue service and battle some foes along the way. And oh yes, she has powers...a modern day McKay witch. Enter steamy Lathan, the handy man with a past who simply must become everyone's next book boyfriend. He's a hero about to be transformed by his passion, and as I read about him, I realized just how perfect a match he and Pepper were.
The chemistry between the characters sizzles right off the page, and the individual journeys they undertake is a heady ride for the reader as well. A Witch's Journey was one of those books that made me wish I could hop in the car and visit the setting right then and there--and I was sorry to leave the characters behind at the end. I hope to see more tales from this author--and in Lobster Cove!
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