A Witch Possessed
Hildy and Chuck are desperate to begin their next ‘great adventure’, but the Goddess and Fates have other plans… to help the witch in danger embrace her destiny.
Until the Angels of Death, a talking cat, and a leotard wearing Healer invades her home, Zoe has no clue she’s been living a lie. Two claim to be ghosts, one claims to be her mate, and the other insists on her calling him dad.
Desperate to help her unconscious Aunt Viola, Zoe doesn’t know who to believe. But one thing is for sure, there’s a warlock named Alaric, who wants her dead… and dead she will be. When the energy balls start flying, things begin to heat up.
Will this band of misfits find common ground, or will magic as they know it cease to exist?
Stap yourself in and hold on to your funny bone because the little town of Bass Ackwards, TN will never be the same.
A Witch Possessed is based on the wonderful characters found in Robyn Peterman’s Magic & Mayhem series.
Uncaged Review: This series is all novella length, so the pacing is quick and the author does a nice job packing in a lot of story into the meager pages. With that said, I still had a hard time really getting into the story until I got over the half way mark. And that doesn’t really make sense, as I was smiling within a few pages, but the plot was a bit rushed and there is definite mayhem going on. This one has Zoe finding out that she’s a witch and her powers have been locked away, and when they are unleashed, she’ll need to learn to control them quickly, to defeat an evil warlock from wiping her off the planet. With help from her ghostly witch friends – Hildy and Chuck, and her father Fabio, she might have a chance.
I liked the characters, and at times I laughed out loud at some of the sarcasm and all around fun. There are a few editing issues, but nothing that’s overly distracting – it would just make it better by a well-rounded editing process and it wouldn’t feel so disjointed and chaotic at times.
Reviewed by Cyrene