May 6, 2013

Read Dream Lover first, then enjoy this, book two in the series

The Water Witch (Fairwick Chronicles, #2)The Water Witch by Juliet Dark
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The beginning of the second book of the Fairwick Chronicles, The Water Witch, started off a little slow. Soon it took off and I was glued to the pages.

This is the second book in the series, The Fairwick Chronicles. Having read the first book before opening this one, I can see there was a definite benefit to having read book one first. I highly recommend that readers do the same.

In book two we are treated to the same cast of characters of a group of college professors, who are also faeries and witches, but you can't tell who is who. Callie, our main character is also a professor. Most of this volume takes place outside of the college walls, in Callie's home, and in the woods, haunted by creatures that are truly frightening. And, there is a door to faery, that a group of witches are committed to closing forever. I don't want to tell much more as it might destroy the suspense.

An excellent tale, this story is most definitely rated R and is not for sensitive individuals who may not want to read some pretty explicit scenes. When I reached the last page of this story, I said nooooo! I couldn't believe I had turned the last page. I was also thrilled to see that this book was written by Carol Goodman, one of my favorite authors, under the pseudonym Juliet Dark. (I highly recommend Arcadia Falls.) I now can't wait for the third book in the series.

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Aurora Smith said...

Going to goodreads to check it out!

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