I never thought I’d read this many shifter books in a row.
Shifter books are great but they can be a bit formulaic to the point where the plots are repetitive. Luckily, S.M. Reine is the queen of originality.
While I’ve had one hardback and a paperback arrive in the post this week (more on that in Thursday’s post!), I’m still dedicated to the Tarot Witches series. I’m almost finished with book two in this series, Forbidden Witches and just wow. No spoilers for Wednesday’s review but seriously, wow. In both amaze and shock.
Needless to say, book three is absolutely on my TBR pile although I’m thinking of taking a short hiatus from the series. Only because my two shiny new physical books are calling to me and it’d be rude to ignore them. (Who am I kidding, it’s an addict-style compulsion!)
But book three, Winter Court, is absolutely getting read in the immediate future:
“CEO Pierce Hardwick is testing a cure for lycanthropy. Jaycee Frost, witch and executive assistant, wants to help. But she can’t risk getting too close to her irresistible boss. Ever since that one hot night they shared in the break room—the night before Jaycee realized Pierce would be her new employer—Jaycee has been struggling with her entirely unprofessional attraction toward him.
Then Jaycee receives a magical tarot card, and the message is clear: destiny has plans for her. No matter that Jaycee only wants to achieve professional domination with Hardwick Medical Research. She’s got a bigger job.
And that job might have to do with mating to Pierce Hardwick…”
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So far in the series, we’ve seen a dusty, secluded town on the Mexico-American border in Caged Wolf (review here) and a luxurious mansion in California owned by a rock band in Forbidden Witches (review on Wednesday). I’m really looking forward to seeing what’s going to happen in an office setting!
But particularly, I’m really interested to see where this Tarot Witches overall plot is going. The first three books appear to introduce us to the witches that will feature in a bigger story arc, so that’s got me thinking about where this series will go.
Thanks for reading!