Review of Witching Hour (Blood Magic, #3) by L.H. Cosway

Synopsis

Something is rotten in Tribane city. The humans are descending into madness and Tegan is certain that the sorcerer Theodore has something to do with it. Oh yeah, and she’s the reason Ethan’s been exiled by the vampires.

This would be fine if it weren’t for the fact that he’s renting the house across the street, which means she can’t escape his condemnation, nor the fact that she still has strong and intense feelings for the two-hundred-and seventy-seven-year-old vampire.

Tegan has her work cut out for her keeping those feelings in check while contending with a lust potion, a father who needs rescuing, and a vampire governor out for revenge.

Witching Hour is book #3 in L.H. Cosway’s Blood Magic Series. A previous unedited version of this story was published under the title Tegan’s Magic.

Witching Hour by L.H. Cosway

My rating: 4 of 5 stars


“4 – Absolute power – corrupts absolutely, Stars!”

Everyone wants control of Tribane City.
The Sorcerer Theodore, The Vampire Governor Whitfield, and The Dhampir Governor Pamprock of the DOH.
Some will do whatever it takes to take control even if it means driving the humans insane and having them kill themselves in order to starve the vampires, or agreeing to have their people bound to slavery.
Tegan’s growing in power, but not fast enough to save herself and the ones she cares about.
The city’s brewing to a breaking point, and it’s only a matter of time before it blows.
Alliances will be made, and friends will become enemies.
In the end, whoever’s left standing will have control.

I love the world L.H. has created, and really like how Tegan’s character has grown and become more confident and strong.

Great read!


“I voluntarily read an ARC of this book which was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.”


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