When a magical presence is detected around a recent string of feline slayings, Libby, an enchantress, is determined to discover who is behind the odd deaths. Being a witch gifted by the Goddess to conjure spells won’t protect her from the sexy warlock the Coven sends to assist her. Kale weaves a spell more powerful than any she’s ever seen.
While having the muscle around proves to be useful in her investigation, fighting her growing attraction for Kale is worse than a hex, especially considering the secrets she knows he’s keeping. But when her spells turn up clues that point to something far more sinister than slaughtered cats, the elusive warlock becomes the least of her worries.
Libby finds herself in the midst of an uprising. She trusts no one and isn’t safe—not from the warlocks stirring up trouble. Not from the worrisome rebellion she can’t escape. And certainly not from Kale, who is weaving a very dangerous spell over her heart.
My Review: May 27, 2013 ~ Review Copy ~
The Cat's Meow by Stacey Kennedy
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
First I would like to thank the author Stacey Kennedy for giving me this book for an honest review. I enjoyed this story very much. We have Libby who is a enchantress who works at finding witches and warlocks who go down the dark path of magic her job is to find them and let the warlocks deal with them. She gets paired up with Kale a warlock new to her coven but yet she has never met before. He keeps things from her that he has to in doing what he is supposed to, but she sees it as betrayal because of her past, her father left when her mother told him she was pregnant and her first love broke her heart, both of them being warlocks, so Libby had built a very high wall where warlocks were concerned. She had a hard time fighting her attraction to Kale even though she had trust issues. They are sent looking into the deaths of cats, but end up going after an even bigger threat to the Alchemy. I am looking forward to reading the next book in the series, I hope we learn more or at least hear more about Libby and Kale, who are both very strong characters.
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