My Favorite of the triplets and of Annette Blair so far!! Character is feisty, strong and Unpredictable (in a good way!). I really enjoyed this book. This series is a must read for those who enjoy magic and men!!!
Annette Blair is one of my new fave authors. I love her books and especially her witch books. This book is funny, characters are lovable, and i am in lurve with the hero, pure alpha male all the way! Great book gotta read
Tip: Read the Accidental Witch Trilogy first and then the triplet witch trilogy, because the triplets are introduced in the last book of the accidental witch trilogy!
Accidental Witch Trilogy:
#1 the kitchen witch
#2 my favorite witch
#3 the scot, the witch and the wardrobe
Triplet Witch Trilogy
#1 (#4) sex and the psychic witch
#2 (#5) gone with the witch
#3 (#6) never been witched
It's interesting to me that the other reviewers didn't like this book as much. I didn't think i was going to like as much at first either. But once you get past the first couple chapters. I really enjoyed it more than her other books and i think it's funnier than the other ones.
I loved this book but you really need to read the first book in the series first. I didn't. It constantly refers to things that had already occurred and if you haven't read the first book in the series you feel on the outside of an inside joke. I still loved the character of Storm and loved the sexual barter between her and Aiden. I will immediately get the first book and read it. :)
I really wanted to like this series but I only liked the first two books of the series that started it all and ended up hating all the other ones including this one. I couldn't even finish this one.
I agree with the review that without the sex scenes it would be like a teen book. I actually think it's more preteen because really who talks like this: "Spell you," "Dragon's Blood," and other lame expletives to cuss in "witchy" ways. That alone got on my nerves. No catchy dialogue and Storm does sound like someone stuck in teenage goth angst.
A really disappointing series and I will not be reading anymore of them.
This book was lame. If it didn't have sex scenes throughout it, it easily could have been a teenage book. Took me three days to get through it and its really a short book! Not even bothering with the 3rd book in the series.
I really, really wanted to like this book. I've enjoyed the other books in Ms Blair's Witch series. But for whatever reason, "Gone With the Witch" was not an enjoyable read for me.
The book is written in first person...a very choppy first person. It was hard to keep track of scenes, conversations, and thoughts. There was an overabundance of magick in the book...from spells to coincidences to coma astral traveling. It was just too much for me.
Storm is a witch who's strongly attracted to Aiden. Aiden is an unbeliever. Whenever Storm is near Aiden she hears the sound of a baby crying. Storm is sure the baby is Aiden's, so she kidnaps him to go and find the child. There's plenty of sex, rescuing of children, fulfillment and loss of dreams...but, this book was still a hard read for me.
Book #2 of the Triplet Witch trilogy. This is Storm's story. It starts a slow and never quite builds up to the level of the previous books. Not as much humor as Ms. Blair's other books. Still a quick and easy read. I'll look forward to Destiny and Morgan's story.