Just a quick book review for today. I do promise that they won’t always be quick. I often stroll through bookstores, either looking for something specific, or simply looking, and picking up anything that catches my eye. The Witch’s Kiss, by Katharine and Elizabeth Corr was one such book which happened to catch my eye, once upon a time.
The book was… Interesting. I loved the premise, however I found that the romance was quite forced. At least, that’s how it felt to me. There were some times as well when some of the characters felt a bit flat to me in general. I found this quite unfortunate in what was otherwise a very promising book for me.
Now, don’t get me wrong. The story was intriguing, and when they weren’t a bit flat I did quite like the characters. So, naturally, when I finished it, I bought The Witch’s Tears as soon as I saw it. Likewise, I bought The Witch’s Blood as soon as I found it, which is the third and final book of the series.
It seemed to pick up for me in the second book, with the introduction of more characters, and a romance which seemed to progress more naturally in my mind.
Overall, I did enjoy the story. There were some lovely twists and turns in each book, which actually surprised me, and that doesn’t happen as much as I would like it to.
However, due to the flatness that some of the characters express sometimes, I think I’m going to be classifying this series under one that I may not necessarily read again.