Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Book Review: Kitty's Witch



Title: Kitty's Witch
Author: Roxie Harper
Genre: Paranormal Romance, Fantasy Fiction, Shifter Romance
Publishing date: 1st October 2019




Blurb:

"You taste like mine."

Serena is a witch.
Well, almost...
If it wasn't for her badly behaved familiar she might have already ascended to full witch and finally gained the approval of the Head of the Council - her mother.
But the damn cat doesn't seem to want to play ball and it's getting to the point that the local river and a bag of rocks is looking like a swell idea.
For a warrior witch, the fact that her own familiar won't reveal his war form is making her look severely stupid, and Serena has had just about enough of stupid.
Good thing she has a glitter-witch/pixie/unidentified species as a best friend who has her own dragon as a familiar...and Serena is not jealous. Not at all.
With help from a highly intoxicated Grandma and an overly affectionate naked guy, Serena and Hayley fight against Sod's Law to finally achieve more than the title of 'Faulty West Coast Witch.'

Disclaimer:

This is a novel of roughly 70,000 words that includes lots of indecent flashing, coarse humor, and an irreverent witch that has the vocabulary of a big, burly truck driver. Foul language warning in three....two....one....

Review:





Entertaining Read!
I enjoyed reading this story a lot. Kitty's Witch is refreshing story of a Witch and her obsessive familiar, who's also a shape shifter. Serena hates her Cat. But as fate would have it, the Cat is not a normal kitty. She considers herself a faulty witch. But what follows is for you to read and find out.

The world building is great and I loved the unique approach on familiars and witches. The book is filled with humor and intended for adults with its mature language. It has been a while since a book made me laugh.

Serena and her filter-less mouth got me hooked right away. The very first chapter, where she describes her cat alone is proof enough. The Cat in turn is proud, obsessed and at times don't give a shit about anything. I like him a lot.

Every character is very likeable. Expecting to read Hayley's story next.









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