The Witches Blood Review

I was super excited when I received an advanced readers copy of this book as the second book ended on a cliff hanger I have been dying to know what happens next.

Summery from book depository

Just who can you trust when no one around you is who they seem?

The final spell-binding book in THE WITCH’S KISS trilogy by authors and sisters, Katharine and Elizabeth Corr.

Life as a teenage witch just got harder for Merry when her brother, Leo is captured and taken into an alternative reality by evil witch Ronan. Determined to get him back, Merry needs to use blood magic to outwit her arch-rival and get Leo back. Merry is more powerful than ever now, but she is also more dangerous and within the coven, loyalties are split on her use of the magic. In trying to save Leo, Merry will have to confront evil from her past and present and risk the lives of everyone she’s ever loved. Given the chaos she’s created, just what will she sacrifice to make things right?

I loved this book. It was so fast passed and I only put it down to charge my iPad. There was a bit of a lull in the middle but it picked up again for the second half. It may be the fact i recently been reading books aimed at older readers but this whole series is pretty tame but still engrossing. I felt I was right their along for the ride with the characters. I liked how all the characters seemed to grow and learn from past mistakes.

I found the coven members really frustrating. There were many times I wanted to shout at them. They pushed Merry away and treated her like a freak which lead her to make the mistakes she did. They way they behaved was like children when they were meant to be the adults. I wanted to scream this is how you create a villain. Luckily Merry is too good to go down that route.

I really enjoyed the conclusion to the story although the ending did make me a little sad. Four stars of this one ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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