Heart of The Witch by Deanna Chase

Witches of Keating Hollow Book 2

Pages: 242
Genre: Paranormal Witches & Wizards Romance / Paranormal Romance / Urban Fantasy / Fantasy Romance

Book Summary

(From Goodreads)

Welcome to Keating Hollow, the enchanted village where love, cupcakes, and magic collide.

There are only three things that were ever important to Noel Townsend—love, family, and magic. Two out of three aren’t bad. She’s blessed with a large close-knit family and her magic has never been stronger. But love? That ended three years ago when her husband walked out on her and her daughter and never looked back.

These days Noel only has room in her pieced-together heart for her six-year-old daughter. But when Drew Baker shows up on the doorstep of her inn with news of her husband, fate has other plans. And so does Drew. If he can get past her defenses, Drew is going to do everything in his power to heal the heart of a witch.



Rating: 4 out of 5.

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My Thoughts

Deanna’s writing style was easy to read and I was committed to the story fairly quickly. The story seemed interesting from the beginning. The storyline was good. It’s not your usual witch story. Normal people doing normal (or mostly normal) things with a little magic sprinkled in between. I was kept guessing as to what was happening with Xavier and if Sheriff Baker was going to catch him or not. I also enjoyed reading to see if the romance that was budding between the Sheriff and Noel would get anywhere or if her husband was going to be back in her life.

The world that the author created sounded like the normal, everyday world that we live in. With the exception of the town full of magic people that sounded so quaint. Noel is a strong woman that had to deal with a lot of loss and heartache in her life. My heart went out to her but she also seemed to have it mostly under control.

The dialogue was easy to read and follow. All the characters helped move the story forward and give it the warmth that is needed in order to make it a pleasant read. I enjoyed most of them. A small warning to readers that might not like the following, but there is swearing and they use God’s name. Fortunately, it is few and far between. This is book 2 in a 13-book series. The story ends with a lead-in to book 3.

I would recommend this book to anyone that enjoys stories with love and witches.

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