Friday, March 15, 2019

Review: The Witch of the Prophecy

The Witch of the Prophecy The Witch of the Prophecy by Victoria Jayne
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

This was a relatively short, start-up story to kick off this series. As the title indicates, we get to meet the “witch of the prophecy” but we also learn about all the drama surrounding said prophecy.

Divina is a fortune teller who shared a brief, romantic time learning about her magical gifts with her then boyfriend. This boyfriend also just happened to be a vampire, and the person she believed was the love of her life. Turns out, however, that he was more interested in jump-starting some epic prophecy, and was not so interested in Divina’s heart. The witches dragged the vampire, Rori, back into their drama by informing him he needs to mess with Divina’s life some more.

In parallel to this, yet another witch and vampire are living out their own prophecy. Which one is correct? Well, we certainly don’t find that out in this book. What we do see is a poor shifter guy who is tugged this way and that by all these witches and vampires. Poor guy even thinks he found his mate, but nothing is certain at the end of this book. All the machinations that the witches put into motion end up getting thrown up in the air by one determined newbie witch. I give Divina props for setting her own future, but I guess we’ll see where everything ends up at the end of this series.

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