Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Review: Hex and the Single Witch by Roxanne Rhoads




Hex and the Single Witch 
Vehicle City Vampires Book One 
By Roxanne Rhoads
1/2
Anwyn Rose is descended from a long line of powerful witches yet she can barely cast spells young witchlings have mastered. She has one functioning witch gift, the power of knowing, which she puts to good use as a Detective on Flint’s Preternatural Investigation Team.

It’s a new era in Vehicle City, supernaturals are running the town. The P.I.T has their hands full with paranormal crimes. Top priority is a serial killer, who appears to be a vampire, draining young women in the city.

Anwyn is on the case with her sexy partner Detective Mike Malone. Complicating things is her relationship Galen, a vampire who looks more guilty than innocent, although Anwyn trusts her instincts even if her power is on the fritz.

Mysterious spells, compromising situations, and a possible demon on the loose make it hard to focus on the case, but Anwyn has to make things right before the human police execute the wrong vampire.

Hex and the Single Witch contains magick, a little bit of mystery, a lot of supernatural mayhem, and a sexy love triangle that will leave you wanting more.

REVIEW:

Hex and the Single Witch is a tale about a single witch that finds herself caught in the middle of some supernatural murders where one side of her love triangle could be the murderer.

First let’s start off with the love triangle part. Anwyn the young and lovely witch has not one but two guys wanting her. I’m normally a sucker (no pun intended) for vampires but in this love triangle I was rooting for the human all the way. Where Galen the vamp didn’t do anything for me; I was fanning myself over the human alpha cop, Mike Malone.

I just felt like Mike and Anwyn had a better and real connection. Galen and Anwyn’s relationship just seemed too forced, seemed like the only thing that drawn them together was just plan lust and the fact that they were both non-humans.

As far as the murder mystery in the plot, it had me guessing the whole time; which I love when a book’s plot is not predictable. BRAVO to Ms. Rhodes for making me think while I read her book.

Hex and the Single Witch had a little bit of everything from romance, murder and snarky one liners. If you are looking for a quick, steamy and well fleshed out plot to read then you should give Anwyn, Mike and the others a go in the first book of the Vehicle City Vampires series.















1 comment:

  1. thank you for the great review, glad you enjoyed the book

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