Romance, Paranormal - novel
TBR Reviewer: B.H.
The beginning was confusing. The author gives up details that she’s outside at some kind of alter but a few paragraphs down Rowen is in her bathroom. The witch chants were cheesy rhymes that were a real struggle to enjoy. The editing would also benefit from more attention. Then there’s meeting the spirit that Rowen has seen since she was a child. First, it’s just spirit then Odessa and then grandmother. Pick one and go with it, I had to sort through the page to figure the simple fact that these three people were the same person. It’s also very hard to decipher who’s who and who’s speaking the way the author wrote this.
There’s also too many character introductions at once. Courtney’s also confusing. Is she the brother’s wife or sleeping with the dad? Or is Alison the wife? Then there’s information dumps. It’s all muddled and it really ruined a potentially good story.
There’s a lot of good one liners and the story is interesting. Witches are hot right now, but this book is not. If an editor were to go through and fix it up then I might recommend Headlocks and Hexes. As is, I would not recommend this.