Two Witches and a Whiskey by Annette Marie – A Book Review

Posted March 7, 2019 by Booksandblurbs in Reviews, Urban Fantasy / 0 Comments

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Two Witches and a Whiskey

(The Guild Codex: Spellbound Book 3)

by Annette Marie
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Urban Fantasy

Available on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited

Down and Dirty

A Great Urban Fantasy Series that keeps getting better – I recommend it.

Read my Review of Book 1 Here!

Read my Review of Book 2 Here!

What is it about? (Blurb from GoodReads)

Three months ago, I landed a job as a bartender. But not at a bar—at a guild. Yeah, the magic kind.

I’m not a badass mage like my three smokin’ hot best friends. I’m not a sorcerer or an alchemist, or even a wussy witch. I’m just a human, slinging drinks like a pro and keeping my non-magical nose out of mythic business. Seriously, I know my limits.

So why am I currently standing in a black-magic ritual circle across from a fae lord?

Somewhere behind me, my three mage friends are battling for their lives. Somewhere near my feet is the rogue witch I just knocked out with a stolen spell. And I have about five seconds to convince this very angry sea god not to shmoosh me like a bug.

I’m pretty sure this wasn’t part of the job description.

Thoughts

Tori is growing and fitting better into the world of magic and mayhem. She wants to belong so badly, but as a human, that appears impossible to do. Or is it?

This book really throws Tori into the world of Mystics and Magic, even more so that being kidnapped by the Crystal Druid in Book 2. Here she learns more about herself, her boundaries, her courage and what she might want out of romance. All in all, this is an action packed novel filled with exquisite character growth.

Perspective

First Person, Single POV

Ending Type

HFN, Episodic

Steam Level

Cool

Pros:

  • Tori is figuring herself out.
  • Action, action, action.
  • Great Character development.
  • Zak… can I keep him?

Cons:

  • Still not a RH…. dang it.
  • Some world facets are confusing.

Verdict

4 out of 5 Stars

A solid Urban Fantasy within a well built world. I highly recommend this!

Published February 8th, 2019

281 Pages

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