Witch Fire and Witch Blood

3/19/2008 04:40:00 PM / Posted by Kris /

Witch Fire (Elemental Witches, Book 1)Witch Fire (Elemental Witches Book 1) by Anya Bast
After a chaotic marriage and a rough divorce, all Mira Hoskins wants is stability and normality. But when sexy Jack McAllister enters her life, she discovers that what you want isn't always what you need. Jack is a powerful witch with the ability to command fire and is anything but normal. As the head of a security detail for The Coven, a national organization that governs national witches, Jack has been assigned to watch over Mira. She is a natural born witch with the ability to call the air. And although she is unaware of her talent, a group of renegade witches has discovered her existence and are determined to steal her power--and her life.

Witch Blood (Elemental Witches, Book 2)Witch Blood (Elemental Witches Book 2) by Anya Bast
Water witch Isabelle Novak must form an uneasy alliance with earth witch Thomas Monahan to hunt and destroy a demon of tremendous power, even though Thomas's very presence stirs deeper desires than she ever knew she had.

Both of these books were very good. I am enjoying this series very much. The storyline is interesting, the characters bring me back for more and the love scenes are HOT. Cannot wait for more.

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Comment by nath on 3/21/2008 11:43 AM

Hi Kris :D

question, can I read them out of order? although I have both, Witch Blood seems more interesting :P Glad you enjoyed them :)

Comment by Kris on 3/21/2008 2:06 PM

I think it would be alright. I barely remembered what happened in the first book. But you do get a lot of the backstory and info about their world/community.
The main thing in the storyline that carries over is the fact that Stephan and his father (father killed in other book) are the leaders of the bad warlocks. They released a demon at the end of the last book and this book they are trying to capture the demon.
The H and h fro mthe first book are not really in the second but some of the other characters are.

To make a long story short (too late). I think it would be helpful but not really imperative.

Comment by nath on 3/23/2008 8:56 AM

Thanks Kris :D i'll see what my moods tell me to do LOL :)

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