Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Review - "Chasing the Witch" by Jessica Gibson

After the events of Mark of the Witch, Jilly at last begins to breathe easier though her powers are still growing. But can she harness them in time to confront a new chain of events that threatens to change everything?

Caroline has finally accepted her life as a witch, but when a stranger comes into her life she's forced to question her family loyalty.

The sisters are thrown together to protect a young girl from the enemy determined to hunt her down. Can they save her -- and themselves?

My Review:

Chasing the Witch picks right up where Mark of the Witch left off.  Jilly’s powers are still growing and she is learning as they come,Caroline is still training to be a better witch and her relationship is as good as ever. 

Caroline is finally becoming the witch she had always denied and is doing great until she meets up with Patrick, William’s brother who is trapped in a cell and can’t get out Or at least that is what everyone thinks   Things can’t get any worse with trying to keep him in his cell, Jilly is having visions of a girl over in London who needs her help and she knows she has to go protect her.   

With everything going on with Hannah (the girl in the dream), Caroline is starting to act weird and it is William who figures out that she is sleeping with the enemy.  Can JIlly accept the fact that Caroline is in love with Patrick or will she loose her sister again?  Why does Patrick want Hannah so much?  Who is calling these dark shadows to grab Hannah?  Can Jilly protect everyone that she loves?

OMG this book is just as good if not better than the first one.  Jilly and Caroline are both strong woman each trying to adjust to what life is throwing at them.  There is the perfect mix of magic, romance and good vs. evil throughout the book to keep the reader enthralled in the story. 

I found myself pulled into the world of Jilly and Caroline, each touching me in their own unique ways.  Jilly strong and sure of herself, Caroline strong but still trying to find her way in the world she didn’t want to be a part of. Captivated with both of them right from the beginning all the way through the end!! 

Definitely a must have to your reading collection.

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