Thursday, July 30, 2015

Book Review: Charmed by Michelle Krys

I'm back with another book review today and it's a Witchy  This is the second book on The Witch Hunter series.  Yesterday I reviewed the prequel, click here to read that review.  Let's jump to today's review?  Of course, if you haven't read the first book, this will be a spoiler to the end of the first book.  You can read the review to the first book here too.

Charmed by Michelle Krys

Indie is back and she is freaking out, literally, she has spent the last few weeks looking for her best friend Paige with no luck.  She has tried every spell that she and her boyfriend Bishop can think of, but witchcraft has done her no good.  And she is getting tired of people telling her that it's not her fault, she knows that it's her fault that Paige was kidnapped by the Priory.  And now that the Priory is destroyed?  Finding Paige it's getting to be even harder, but not impossible, that's what Indie believes and it ends up been true.

Indie ends up finding out that Paige is not in Earth, she is trapped in Los Demonios, an alternate dimension of Los Angeles, an underworld prison.  A prison filled with evil paranormals, where those evil paranormals go and don't ever come out.  Indie desperate to get her best friend out of that cruel underworld prison, tries and finds a way to get there and decides to worry later about a way to get out of there.   But that also means keeping that plan hush-hush from her boyfriend and her aunt, because they certainly wouldn't like to know about her going to face the world's most dangerous witches and warlocks on her own.  And so she keeps it a secret from them and forms alliances with some sketchy people, including a seriously sexy sorcerer.

But on the way she learns that she isn't the only one keeping secrets after all.  She learns secrets about her aunt and her mother and her father, some secrets that she wishes she never found out that's for sure.  Not going to much in depth in these secrets, because what fund would it be for YOU to read it after, right?

I really enjoyed this book, there were a lot of action and lots and lots of twists, which are my favorite things in a book.  There were times that I wish Indie wasn't keeping so much from Bishop but at the same time I understood where she was coming from.  I loved Bishop, he was amazing in the first book and still amazing in this one, perfect boyfriend.  Her aunt was pretty great in this book, I kind of hated her at the beginning of the book, but as the book progressed and the secrets came out you got to understand her and root for her at the end. 

4 out of 5 stars, the end was pretty amazing and wrap up a lot, but I still think a lot can be done with this series and I cannot wait for the next book.

Have you read these books?  What do you think of the series so far?