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Thursday, November 14, 2013

Tour!! WitchHunt by Emma Mills!

WitchHunt (WitchBlood #4) by Emma Mills
Genre: Young Adult (Paranormal Romance)
Date Published: November 4, 2013
Publisher: Self

The Blurb:
‘I know it’s selfish, but I don’t want you to go,’ Daniel said, a couple of minutes later.
I looked at him and smiled.
‘I’ll be fine, I will.’
‘You’d better be. I don’t know what I’d do without you. Those months I stupidly spent apart from you… they were torment for me,’ he said.
‘They were torment for me too.’

As the Christmas season is ripped apart by the news that Jess’ old friend Alex has been turned into a vicious killer, festivities are dropped, Jess returns to England and the hunt begins. But Alex isn’t the only one being hunted, for Mary has found a way to extinguish the entire bloodline of Malden witches, and it is Jess’s book of shadows that’s the key. As things hot up, Jess finds she must leave Daniel and the safety of Manchester in a final hunt for her nemesis, Mary. In a fight-off that only one of them can survive, loved ones will fall… daemons will rise… but who will survive?

My Review:
WitchHunt is the fourth book in the WitchBlood series by Emma Mills. All things considered, Jess has always been pretty level headed, but now she is really coming into her own through this book. I'm proud of her. We know she was always a witch, and it's like she was always meant to be a vampire too. It becomes her, and she's good at it. We get to know some of the other characters a little better through this book as well, which is very nice because you get an idea as to why they may act the way they do. Since this is the fourth book, it's tough to give too much detail without adding a spoiler for those who haven't read this series yet, so I'll keep it short and sweet. By the way, if you haven't read this series yet, What are you waiting for? This book had me on the edge of my seat at times, and snickering at other times. WitchHunt wraps up the series very nicely. I can't think of a single loose end that wasn't tied up. As I've mentioned before, Emma Mills is a wonderful storyteller. As you read, you can truly envision her characters, and the places they go and the things they do. Her words draw you into their world. This has been a wonderful and unique series! I'm sad to see it end, but I'm happy with how it ended.

The ARC of WitchHunt by Emma Mills was provided to me by the author for review. The opinions are my own.

Check out my reviews of the other books in The WitchBlood series!

What others are saying...

“I love this series. I can hardly wait until the 3rd book, WitchLove is released… This is a series that I will look forward to re-reading just as the new book is ready for release.”
—Carrie, book reviewer at

“The characters feel real, the world feels authentic, and the story literally throbs with an underlying intensity that builds with each page. In short, Witchblood is an imaginative, satisfying read that still manages to leave the reader hungry for more.
—Thomas Winship, author of Vaempires: Revolution & Vaempires: Zombie Rising

“A very well written series!! I love the mix of the supernatural forces in each book and wait with baited breath for the next one. Great book for all ages!!”
-Lisa Curt, Amazon Review for WitchLove

About the Author:
Emma is one of the new wave of successful indie authors. Her first YA
novel, ‘Witchblood’, has been nominated for the CYBILS (Children & Young Adult Bloggers Literary Awards) and has also been in the Top Ten Kindle Download Charts for its genre. Since January 2012 she has gone on to publish ‘WitchCraft’ and ‘WitchLove’ which have respectively hit the top ten charts and have sold 20,000 copies in their first year. She is currently relocating her family from Manchester to Somerset, and is a stay-at-home mum to her two children. WitchHunt is the fourth and final book in the series.

To learn more about Emma Mills and her books, visit her blog. You can also find her on Facebook and Twitter.

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