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I’d have been a lot more appreciative if he hadn’t pushed me first." Cassandra Palmer ― Hunt the Moon by Karen Chance

Saturday, March 27, 2010

Review: Witch Fury (Elemental Witches book 4) By Anya Bast

Witch Fury (Elemental Witches, Book 4) Witch Fury by Anya Bast

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Sarafina Connell is having the worst week of her life. It takes an even darker turn when an infamous playboy kidnaps her and reveals a world she never knew existed....

It’s a world where magick is real, and where Sarafina is given a chance to join a secret cabal that is bent on gaining absolute power. They could use a woman like her—a witch with an untapped gift for creating fire. But she isn’t about to get in league with the devil.

Rescued from her captors, Sarafina is introduced to a coven that is duty-bound to fight the forces of darkness. She’s pleased that her savior is the imposingly seductive Theo—until the trust between them goes up in flames. However, as the war between good and evil is waged, Sarafina and Theo realize they have no choice but to unite in the battle for supremacy—that’s getting hotter by the minute.

My thoughts:
Witch Fury is the fourth and final installment in the Elemental Witches series by Anya Bast. Let me tell you, it was amazing! It was my favorite of the series.
If you haven't read the first three, that's okay. You won't have the background information on enemies and such, but it's not such a loss that you won't understand whats happening. I read book 2 first then 4(this one), and now I'm on book 3 and I can read along just fine. Mostly because each story is a new pair of main characters. But it would be best (like always) to read the series in order, because it's not a complete stand alone book. You'll get a good background on the two main groups of the series. Why they are why they are, and in previous books the characters have little parts to open up themselves for there main stories.

In Witch Fury, earth witch Theo has saved/kidnapped several kidnapped witches and a suspected warlock, Serafina from her first kidnapping by Stefan Faucheux, head of the Duskoff, the cabal of warlocks who pretty much wants world domination. But being kidnapped by Theo is better than being kidnapped by the cabal right?

Serafina had only recently learned about witches being real and her power as fire witch upon her kidnapping and must now rely on the coven, and the mysterious and brooding Theo, to teach her about her new life.
Theo isn't used to being very "conversational" or talkative period. But meeting Serfina, he finds himself feeling and doing things differently than he's use to. But he knows he shouldn't feel that way, only bad will come of it. What Serafina doesn't like is the mixed signals.
but worse things are happening. A demon has his sights on Serafina, and to attract the attention of a demon will never end good. Demons will not give up on their prey.

While it is the last book in the series, I'm glad Witch Fury was book 4. It is the best of the series and ends it just right. I really loved this series and cannot wait to read the next Anya Bast novel!

Is it worth the money? : Yes! Go out and get this series!

Would I re-read it? : Maybe, if I'm in the mood, yes.

Is it worth the price? : Yes, it's a mass market paperback.. around $9.99. Worth the money.

Who is it focused towards? : Mostly towards paranormal romance/ urban fantasy lovers.

Recommend age: 18 and up, I'd say.
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ck.twilighter said...

Anya Bast is on my highly coveted TO READ AUTHORS!!!=) I have heard so much that I really need to buckle down and get through my TBR list!!

Great review and good to know that if read out of order the story can still be followed!=)

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