Coven Be Charmed by Caitlin Ryan

Four out of Five Stars

Summary

A little charm goes a long way with witches.

Rose Cromwell is a life coach but that doesn’t mean she believes in all that woo-woo stuff. When her romantic weekend away at the mysterious Honeydrop House turns supernatural, she doesn’t believe it. A witch? She can’t be.

It turns out it’s harder to escape who you are than it is to outrun a bushfire. Rose is thrust into a world of witches, warlocks, witch hunters, and demons where ancient tensions put her in the middle of a fight to destroy not only the coven but Rose herself.

With no choice but to turn to the coven, Rose discovers none of the coven are what they seem. In fact, nobody is what they seem. Not even her girlfriend.

 

Review

Coven by Charmed follows Rose on her journey of discovery. If there was any way to discover you were a witch, I suppose doing so at a bed and breakfast wasn’t the worst way to find out.

            The Honeydrop House has a way of attracting witches through its doors. Once you’re there it seems as though you’re there for a reason. Rose does exactly what anyone would do when she’s told she’s a witch. Laugh and think it was all an elaborate joke. I mean, witches, warlocks, vampires, and ghosts? None of them are real.

            What I absolutely loved about this book; was how easy it was to fall into the Honeydrop House and get lost in the cast of characters. Each witch in the coven were unique, had their own temperaments, and I swear they all made me laugh, grit my teeth, and have my heart beating faster full of anxiety.

            There were a lot of little pop culture references that made me feel like Rose was my age and someone I could relate to. Though she did seem to have a little more of a handle on her life than I do. Even if she had to take lessons on how to be a witch from a ghost.

            Also, just, I have to say it. Zombie cows. That’s it.

            There was an aspect of memory loss that played a part in the main storyline, and it was done so well. It was interesting to see how differently it affected some of the coven. Lottie was a complete surprise; I was not expecting that at all.

            This first installment wasn’t heavy on the romance. It provided the foundation for an epic romance though. I’m looking forward to seeing what happens because I was seeing the seeds of a couple different opportunities (my inner fanfic author popped out and wanted to ship certain characters together). So there weren’t any spicy scenes in this, but there was plenty of action and witchery afoot.

            I really enjoyed reading this. It was a fast, easy read and I’m looking forward to reading more about the coven at the Honeydrop House.  

 

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