Saturday, February 4, 2012

               Today's review is on Witch Way Bends, Book 1 of the Bend-Bite-Shift Trilogy by Olivia Hardin.

This book grabs you from the very beginning with our heroine Devan Stowe contemplating weather or not to join in on the "mission". The mission to thwart her fathers business of selling children. To succeed she has teamed up with Kent Crosby and his men.

Unknown to her, Kent and his people are not what they seem. They are a mixed team of supernaturals. Langston is a Shaman, and the only person in the group that Kent trusts completely. He himself is a Witch with the ability to alter time. Nicky is a Dhampir, and she finds out that she is a mix of Fae and Witch.

While dealing with this new knowledge of the supernatural community, she also learns that her father wasn't selling children for sex, he was selling the children because they were Witches. And those buying the children? Well they are Vampires that gain power when feeding form them. Now the "Org" knows what she is, and one vamp in particular wants her all to himself.

With the help of her BFF Jill from college; who is now a vamp herself, and the teachings of her mentor Langston, she will learn some well needed fighting skills. And with the love of her soul mate Kent, she finds the strength and confidence she needs for the biggest battle of her life.

The series is off to a good start. Though I did find a few errors, all in all I enjoyed reading Witch Way Bends. Now I have another series to add to my ever growing list of books to read, and if you know me, you know that that is something in and of itself.

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3 of 5 stars


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