Sunday, July 10, 2016

Book Review: I'd Rather be a Witch - The Witching Hour Collection


Jordyn wasn’t careful with what she wished for. 

After making a reckless choice that destroyed her life along with the life of her high school sweetheart, Jordyn fled her small town and became a professional mermaid. Being around water suppresses her earth-based magic, something she desperately needs. Yet Jordyn can't suppress who she really is --- a witch. When she learns that her mother is dying of cancer, she returns home. But it isn’t until people end up dead and everyone points fingers at her that she realizes her past is coming back to haunt her. Because her ex-boyfriend Zach has been waiting for her. And he hasn’t forgotten how she brought him back to life that night three years ago. 

Jordyn will finally have to embrace being a witch to learn the truth. And it will change her life forever. 

My Review

This is the second book in The Cotton Candy Quintet and is part of The Witching Hour Collection. This book is 120 pages long.

Jordyn is a witch and that complicated things for her relationship with the human boy, Zach. When a tragic accident causes her to use dark magic, she decided to become a professional mermaid. Her element has become weakened and when she gets a call from her sister saying her mom is sick she will need her magic more than ever. Jordyn is trying to find a cure for both her lover, Zach and her mom, but her mom hasn't been completely honest about how she learned of her cancer. Her grandma has dark secrets that come to the surface and cause havoc among Zach, Jordyn, and Luke, Zach's brother. What will Jordyn do for her mom and Zach? What dark secrets are hiding in her family?

This was a GREAT book and I would like to thank Erin for letting me read this book!! I love the darkness surrounding Jordyn and how she finds love again... I felt like I was actually there, which is what most authors strive to do. This is a stand-alone book, but I choose to read the books in order. :) 
This has mild to no cussing and no sexual scenes. This is a book for all ages(that can read, of course).

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