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Monday, June 29, 2009
Review - Witch Fury by Anya Bast
Title: Witch Fury
Author: Anya Bast
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Rating: You Need to Read
Reviewed by: Mickey
Sarafina Connell is having the worst week of her life. It takes an even darker turn when an infamous playboy kidnaps her and reveals a world she never knew existed....
It's a world where magick is real, and where Sarafina is given a chance to join a secret cabal that is bent on gaining absolute power. They could use a woman like her—a witch with an untapped gift for creating fire. But she isn't about to get in league with the devil.
Rescued from her captors, Sarafina is introduced to a coven that is duty-bound to fight the forces of darkness. She's pleased that her savior is the imposingly seductive Theo—until the trust between them goes up in flames. However, as the war between good and evil is waged, Sarafina and Theo realize they have no choice but to unite in the battle for supremacy—that's getting hotter by the minute.
As the fourth an final book in the Elemental Witch series, Witch Fury has been well worth the wait. I am not sure about anyone else, but Theo has been teasing me for quite some time, silently brooding in the background, waiting for his story to be told. Luckily Sarafina is the perfect foil to his tall, dark and handsome hero. She is strong, resilient and sufficiently damaged enough to need love, yet independent enough to be able to survive on her own. What more could a reader want?
Ms. Bast has such a grasp on how to structure a scene, whether it is a battle or a love scene – each one flows seamlessly. She has a wonderful gift for dialogue and a great imagination: Theo and Sarafina seem to set fire to the pages, alternately sniping at each other or finding some other means of releasing their tension. It is fun to see some of the characters from the other books return for the final “battle” and to see how their lives have progressed as time has advanced. While I was sorry to see the last of the Elemental series, I am more than satisfied that Witch Fury is the final book to conclude the series.