Witch, Book Four of the Devil's Roses Series

Rated 5.00/5 based on 9 reviews
Sam thinks he has Hanna all to himself now but The Roses have other plans. They also have an extreme situation with Giselle and her new title, The Vampire Queen of the World.
Just as things get a little too out of hand, Ophelia is brought to the old house to be trained with Lydia and Annabelle.
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Published by Tara Brown
Words: 73,760
Language: English
ISBN: 9780987941060
About Tara Brown

Split personalities? I won't rule it out.
A little crazy? Possibly.
Boring? NEVER!

I am the award-winning, international bestselling mystery writer, Tara Brown--but that's not all. Some days I'm the cook, others I'm the maid, but mostly I'm the chauffeur to my two darling girls. Oh, and I'm always the dog trainer and cat wrangler. And on some occasions, I fancy myself a bit of a con artist--I believe I have my husband convinced that changing kitty litter is bad for women.

I love hearing from people. Feel free to join the conversation over at www.facebook.com/TaraBrownAuthor, or email me at tarabrownauthor@hotmail.com

THE QUESTION I GET THE MOST, WHY SEPARATE YOUR BOOKS BY PEN NAMES?

The reason I separate the names is because of the Young Adult following I have and new readers to me. Because I cross between adult and young adult, I have to have safe places for the young adult readers to find new books. Also, if you are just looking for regular romance or only like paranormal or erotica, then we have a brand just for you! Here is a breakdown of my genres and pen names--even I get confused.

TARA BROWN - My main page and essentially my brand. Books published under Tara Brown will be mostly suspenseful romance and mystery. Blood and Bone, The Lonely, and The Single Lady Spy Series are among those. Not all are intended for young readers. Crimson Cove Mysteries is a Tara Brown read, romantic suspense and mystery, and it is Young Adult.

Tara Brown writing as AE WATSON - My pen name for the majority of my Young Adult books. This is a safe haven. Here you will find, BORN, HERE, The Seventh Day, White Girl Problems, The Light Trilogy, Vengeance, etc. This is my page that is safe for YA readers of a mature reading level who enjoy a wide variety of genres. I do not write for people who don't like a little suspense with a lot of fighting and a heavy dose of sarcasm. Also there are love triangles and cliffhangers and other annoying things. I am a jerk when it comes to revealing all the answers at once. I like figuring out puzzles and assume everyone else does too.

Tara Brown writing as ERIN LEIGH - New Adult Romance and Chick Lit. Recommended reading age is eighteen and over, as there is some sexual content. If you enjoy reading other New Adult, you should be fine. But it is romance, romance, romance.

Tara Brown writing as TL BROWN - Adult Paranormal, Science Fiction, and Fantasy. TL IS NOT FOR YOUNG READERS AT ALL! These books are for the people who love Science Fiction and Fantasy. They are all Romance based but very paranormal or science fiction or fantasy.

Tara Brown writing as SOPHIE STARR - Adult Only Erotica. I like to call Sophie my porn handle. SHE IS NOT FOR YOUNG READERS AT ALL! I am ashamed but not enough to stop writing them, so more to follow I am sure.

Hope you have a great day and, of course, happy reading!

Tar

xoxo

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Reviews

Review by: Sara Wyers on Aug. 06, 2013 :
This book made me soooooo happy!!!!!!! If you have read the first 3 books Em sure some of you are really sad....Well I'll be the first to tell you, it gets better!! This book has some major twist and turns in it. This has to be my favorite book out of this series so far. I'm very happy to be starting the last book Death. A little sad to. I feel like The Rose's are part of my family! It will be sad to let them go. This is a must read series!!!
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Diane L on April 18, 2013 :
Great...just great!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Dee Marcey on Feb. 16, 2013 :
Love this whole series!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Emma McGarvey on Jan. 06, 2013 :
Love this book and this whole series. I read it a while ago and just forgot to write a review :-/. It is a fabulous read, that leaves you wanting more. The characters are very well developed and my mind enjoys creating them and playing out what I am reading. Which in my eyes, is a true sign of a brilliant book
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Amanda Nolastname on Nov. 27, 2012 :
** spoiler alert ** EPPS, this book held so many twists and turns I hardly know where to begin. OH wait I know, Sam and Hanna, oh my wow, rip my heart out and for good measure stomp on it. Tara Brown really knows how to gut you. I had myself a right and proper tissy over their breakup (though that hardly describes it) I felt the knife dig into my heart as it dug into Sam's.

Ophelia, our wonderful new character is a witch. I love how the book opens. I seriously did not expect for everything that changed was because of her wishing it. Talk about powerful, can I have that power? New to the whole scene just like many others before her O has a tough time and makes so many wrong choices.

The whole concept had me giddy. I was so intrigued by the whole twin thing. I was honestly expecting him to be this total bad guy and take the power from the sisters and make her watch or something. So when Tristan was finally (I say finally because Brown likes to use tricks) introduced I had a jaw dropping moment before I lost it and giggled uncontrollably. I loved him. That left the dad to be the nasty villian. He worked the role well.

Oliver, what can I say about him. . . he makes me question him at every turn, yet when he has O in his arms all I can do is 'awww' at them. He is the bad guy and works for her dad - so many lies fall from his lips but in the end he may have a reason. Was it a good enough one?

Complications form when Sam's attractions fall on O after she performed a ceremony that left him empty hearted. His sireny nature only lets her fight it so much.

The biggest plot twist I have read in a long time falls to this book. If I could award Tara Brown an award, I think I would. I can't even say much about it without giving it away but I will say this: "Sometimes all you need is a little push."
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Crystal Walborn on Nov. 16, 2012 :
Tara has made a life long fan with this one! Bringing Ophelia into the mix was genius. Making the sheriff a bad guy was awesome. Ophelia casting spells or using her magic without special words or an actual spell is great. For me, it made it more realistic that witches exist. When O finds out that Jake has been under a love spell that she didn't know she cast; that was great. It was all just wishing.
I really loved the part where O meets Giselle for the first time. I was laughing so hard. When Giselle's fangs pop out and she says "They're like a dude'th thingy. They jutht pop up randomly", I lost it. I could imagine a newborn vampire with a lispe. It's awesome! Making Giselle Queen of the Vampires...epic! I was a little sad though to see Marcus go but hey...the story must go on =)
Breaking up Sam and Hanna was a little brutal for me. They fit perfectly...her ying to his yang. But I understand why. It was a necessary break-up to push the readers along. I'm glad you did it =)
Having Ophelia feel for both Sam and Oliver was nice. Sam's sireny goodness and Oliver's dark magic juju would do that to me too. It's just a shame what happens to Sam and Oliver has to be a dick. For a while, I thought that Blake was her twin. He fit the role...it seemed plausible. Then I was introduced to Tristan. He sounds so cute and girly =)
BUT the part I LOVED most...was when Ari changed the world. I won't say anything else because I've said too much already. I had the biggest Koolaid smile then it went away. BUT... I think I like the new world much better.
Tara...you are an amazing writer! Please don't ever change! Now if I can't wait for book 5, Death to come out!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Rebekah Hamilton on Oct. 26, 2012 :
These books are the most amazing series ever if they were made into movies they would top twilight.
I absoloutly love them. No series could be better.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Damaris Contreras on Sep. 24, 2012 :
Love these series can't get enough it's a great read
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Emma McGarvey on Aug. 24, 2012 :
Wonderful book! The proof reading was much better, still the odd mistake but if he's sexy we'll let him off! Can't wait for the final instalment, have loved the series and will enjoy re-reading them again and again. Looking forward to your other work
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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