The Witch Whisperer

The Witch Whisperer by Barb DeLong is a fun and exciting adventure-filled story following a young witch, Willow Gladstone, on her journey to harness control of her powers. Willow Gladstone’s magic has not been very kind to her. From random broken dishes to causing physical harm, she’s more than convinced that her magic is broken. To avoid being banished and sent to the Haven, Willow seeks the help of Never Ravenwood, the sexy yet frustrating Witch Whisperer who isn’t too fond of her either. To find a cure for Willow’s magic, the two characters must traverse realms, which take them through one adventure after another while they figure out if they genuinely hate each other or develop a mutual connection.

Both Willow and her companion are desperate for a solution, and despite their differences, they must find a way to put aside their dislike to achieve their personal goals. Between a desperate girl who needs to fix her magic and a brooding, bitter man who wants nothing more to do with her than advance his own goals. I enjoyed how both characters were written, their development, and how well the author portrayed their points of view. Seeing their relationships unravel and the lively, intense dialogue was thrilling.

The Witch Whisperer by Barb DeLong is a truly enjoyable read with many twists and turns. I enjoyed the awkward, entertaining dialogue and personable traits that most readers can relate to. It’s a well-written book that’s witty and fun.

ASIN B0BKYGTGR6 | Pages: 316

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Posted on February 14, 2023, in Book Reviews, Four Stars and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.


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