Sunday, March 9, 2014
Review: Witch Interrupted (Pack and Coven, #2).
Witch Interrupted (Pack and Coven, #2). by Jody Wallace
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Having had no clue there was a book prior to this one, I dove right in and really enjoyed this sometimes hilarious, romantic paranormal read. If you are fine with jumping into the action and learning bits and pieces along the way, it works fine as a standalone read. This book had a neat twist on the same old werewolf/witch storyline.
Katie is in a sort of witch witness relocation program with her father. They do tattoos and ultimately try to avoid the paranormal in every way. Marcus is a werewolf who is trying to honor his sister's memory by essentially bringing peace between the witches and the werewolves. In this world, all werewolves start out as witches. When they have sex with a werewolf, they turn, losing all their magical abilities except those associated with the wolves. Interesting, right? Well, throw in some smutty good scenes (involving some kink) and some truly laugh out loud dialogue, and you've got a really solid read.
I really liked the world that the author created and would like to read more from her. The characters were great and I'm a sucker for some good, witty dialogue. This one (or this series, probably) is worth checking out is you're interested in a paranormal romance that's puts a new spin on witches and werewolves.
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