Witches in Flight (Witchlight Trilogy, Book 3)
This is my last review of "witch books" for awhile. I feel as though I have exhausted myself, but when I get into something, I tend to get into it in a big way. In the final book of the Witchlight Trilogy, Elsie and Lizard face their dares and become the women they are supposed to be.
Nat, Lauren and Jennie all evolve into amazing women due to these remarkable two witches. It feels like they all have come full circle as this series comes to an end.
Elsie faces her fears and finally lets go, literally and figuratively. See her fly through the air ala trapeze style and see her come to terms with the fact that she is more than just an earth witch, but a fire witch as well. Elsie finds amore, but learns that it love is not all that it seems.
Lizard is on the verge of making something of herself but can't allow herself to take the leap. I can fully understand how she would feel. She's had a rough life, so she feels she doesn't deserve to have the successes she is having.
Together they help one another get beyond the reasons they came to Witchlight and move forward on paths that they never dreamed of...much to the delight of Jenny and the rest of the community. Best of all, we say bon voyage to the leaders of Witchlight and see Jennie and the girls take the organization to a whole new level.