Aunt Jennie, otherwise known as Jenvieve Adams, famous portrait
photographer, has been called upon by her Witchlight Community to help
two lost souls find their way. Long ago, Jenny was just like the two who
are about to land on her doorstep and now it is her time to give back
to those who helped her all those many years ago.
Lizard, a tough, street girl who has landed herself in a bit of trouble
and found herself in Aunt Jennie’s kitchen at 2 a.m. eating chocolate
cake. She loves big words, bacon breakfast sandwiches, and tattoos
Oh…and she is a mind witch.
a therapist, organized, controlling and about to have a midlife crisis
at age 32. She was either going to get help, do some fundraising for the
United Way or take a month-long workshop in trapeze flying. She decided
it would be best…wait! Trapeze flying! Sorry…that was a little
OTT, but keep that as food for thought later. In the meantime she’s
going to spend some time with Aunt Jennie and Lizard and maybe tap into her witch capabilities.
of the things that I really like about this book is that it used letter
writing as a form of telling the story. The letter writing was
modernized and is seen as an email, but it is letter writing
none-the-less. It gives the story a nice break and makes the reading a
more intimate experience.
job in stepping aside from her Modern Witch Series and help develop a
couple of ancillary characters so her readership has a better
understanding of the entire Witchlight Community. Witches on Parole offers
a respite from the main stories and shows how two completely opposite
and misfit witches find their way to acceptance and love in a community
they never imagined. Rating:
Wishing you moments of great reading!
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