The Witch's Love Spell 1: A Steamy Paranormal Romance (Warlock Romance Trilogy) Kindle Edition
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First, this isn't a novella, at least in the way I was taught a novella should be. Novellas are short, contained novels. This just feels like a the first half of a novel that someone cut off mid story for no apparent reason other than to try to make more money by splitting the novel up. I'd much rather go ahead and pay $3.99/$4.99 for the full novel than $.99 for sections. I am not a fan of this new trend and will never be able to bring myself to give them good ratings, no matter how good the writing is.
This novel isn't the best thing I've ever read, but the writing is a great deal better than most I've tried to read lately. The author at least put some time and effort into editing and developing the story. That being said, I would have like to know more about the magical world and her coven. I also think she should have given us more through Chad's point of view and drawn out his distain for her a bit longer. His change in tactics seems too abrupt and coincidental.
I recommend this novel to romance readers, I just think they should wait to get the entire novel.
Her discovering that he's a Warlock only makes the situation all the more volatile and the story ends with a huge cliffhanger as seems to be quite common for this Author.
Overall, it was a nice, smooth read that I finished in a few hours. I rated it 3 out of 5 for the typos, mistakes in timeline with Chad's brother winning the lottery and the abrupt ending. I enjoy sequels and realize that they should leave us wanting more, but I much more prefer a book that can also stand alone. It makes me more apt to pay for sequential books.
Content-wise, I only had one problem with the book. *spoilers* The female lead was described at the beginning of one chapter (early-on) as wearing a size-14 blue dress, which set her in my mind as a curvy girl. Later on, the male lead describes her again and I pictured a much smaller person. Finally, when he is asking her out to dinner, he suggests a Brazilian steakhouse because she seems like the type that likes to eat and can eat a lot. Either this is incredibly insulting to the female lead (which dialogue led me to believe wasn't the case) or her size was incorrectly described in the beginning and I had a totally wrong picture of her in my head. This may seem trivial, but for me it's important to have a consistent depiction of characters in my head and this was inconsistent.
I would read this story if you're looking for a quick, light-hearted paranormal read (with a steamy sex-scene, I should add).
I wouldn't recommend this book. Due to editing issues and the writing style, I'd not feel comfortable recommending to anyone I know, let alone anyone I DON'T know.