I Witch: The Powers of the Blood and the Heart

Rated 3.25/5 based on 12 reviews
Meagan is hallucinating a gorgeous guy in her shower and at work. While entertaining, she can’t control it. If he’s not just some random daydream, but is a real person sending her visions; then who is he? And why is he doing this? And how does he know her name? She also must find a way to handle being a witch serving a powerful goddess, whose agenda doesn’t coincide with Meagan’s...
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WhiteWiccan reviewed on on July 26, 2018

1 witch-2 witch ...pretty cool
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Crystal Dawn reviewed on on March 29, 2013

Very sweet love story. A unique approach to the vampire lover situation. A good fight against evil as the relationship develops. I look forward to seeing the next book this author writes.
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Mazzeran Moore reviewed on on Nov. 24, 2012

It took me two tries to read this book. I really don't like to start a book and not finish it. Too much babbling it gets very confusing. Megan has a good heart but crystal to much for me. Not enough details I like to build the scenes in my mind from the details I'm given. You wrote over a hundred thousand words and all of this takes place within one weeks time. I love the character growth Megan and Lucien both change throughout the book. Next time give more intense and detailed fight scenes Lucien was hurt badly during the first battle with the bat creatures and Megan had no clue. Get a writing circle friends who love reading paranormal who will be brutally honest with you and finally. TRY AGAIN!!!
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Emress Nemesis reviewed on on Oct. 26, 2012
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Damn are you loony!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!crap crap crap and it gets crapier till crapiest. Damn Damn Damn Wah!!!!!!! This is NONSENSE HAh???????????1/2 Star. Sh***t
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misfit reviewed on on May 17, 2012
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I read the reviews first and was suprised by the negative ones. I admitt that I attempted to read the book, I read till page 25 and thought what crap. i endevoured to push through and read more until I gave up on page 67.

I hate to say this but all I was thinking between page 25 and 67 was mindless dribble. I sorry I counldn't handle reading your book
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Mary Ott reviewed on on Jan. 8, 2012

Great book can't wait for more
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Julia Averbeck reviewed on on July 20, 2011

The book is not bad but it is a bit confusing sometimes. It is definitely another way to tell a story but I think it can be improved.
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Delaney Spencer reviewed on on May 27, 2011

It was a little difficult to get into the narrative aspects of reading just the thoughts of the main character, but it got better as it went along. I agree more dialogue was needed; however, there is a lot of potential for this author. I actually found myself enjoying this.
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Jessica R reviewed on on May 21, 2011

I couldn't even finish this book and I pretty much devour any type of romance/paranormal book I can get my hands on. The entire book is rambling thoughts in the heroines head. There is basically no dialog and the story is not cohesive in the slightest. Would be interested in seeing if this author improves over time, but this novel isn't worth reading in my opinion.
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