Thursday, November 5, 2015

Smoke on the Water (Sisters of the Craft)

Smoke on the Water (Sisters of the Craft) by Lori Handeland 

Reunited after four hundred years, three sisters join together to vanquish the power that tore them apart...and embrace the sorcery that is their birthright.
Abandoned as an infant, Willow Black spent her childhood in foster care, the object of whispers and pity...and rumors about being certifiably crazy. Telling your young friends that you can foresee the future-and summon the rain-is a surefire way to end up in the psychiatric ward. But when Dr. Sebastian Frasier arrives at the facility, Willow's whole life takes a turn. Sebastian is the handsomest man she's ever actually laid eyes on-even though he has been in Willow's visions for years. But not even she could have predicted the storm of passion that engulfs them both. With Sebastian by her side, Willow is emboldened to embrace her history, and the sisters she never knew. Soon, the true power in her blood awakes-and the battle she was born to fight begins. While the temp est rages, Willow must depend on the friends and family she's found-and the man she has loved forever...
In the final book of this enchanting new trilogy, New York Times bestselling author Lori Handeland sweeps readers into a bewitching tale of secrets, sisterhood, and the stunning magic of love.

3.0 out of 5 stars slow but okNovember 5, 2015
This review is from: Smoke on the Water (Sisters of the Craft) (Kindle Edition)
*I received this book in exchange for an honest review*
I was slightly annoyed, reading this, I kept seeing it go from 1st to 3rd person. But, I oved the psych ward thing. The idea that there is a paranormal world, but for believing in it, Willow and Mary get locked in a looney bin? I loved, seeing them realize that they weren't crazy. I was really really loving this book. Until the last third of the book. Then, it just felt slow. It was awesome that after spending her life alone, Willow finally finds her family. But trying to get rid of the hunter just slowed the whole book down and then the ending was fast again. It's not that I have to have a fast pace, I just prefer it not to bore me. I did certainly enjoy the rest of the book though. The plot was really interesting. I don't recall having ever read something set in a psych ward. I found it super interesting! And, well, let's not forget Sebastian! The super hot doctor who doesn't know whether to believe Willow or be scared of her. I just really can't rate it higher because it did take me so long to read, because it bored me in the middle! If the whole book had been as fun and quicker paced as the rest, it would have been a 5 star read
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