Additional Information: Winter Trilogy 2, my review of book 1 is here
Synopsis: Anna still finds it hard to believe that Seth loves her and has vowed to suppress her powers, no matter what.
But magic – like love – is uncontrollable. It spills out with terrible consequences, and soon, Anna is being hunted.
200words (or less) review: A Witch in Love picks up six months after the events in book 1. It’s almost Christmas and Anna and Seth are still very much together, she regularly worries that the love spell hasn’t worn off and Seth continues to assure her it’s real.
Anna’s constant internal guilt trip did start to grate after a while but Emmaline makes up for it. I might have to start an Emmaline fan-club. She is now my absolute favourite character. She’s funny (the magic incontinence theory had me laughing for ages) and regularly provides Anna with a reality check.
Personally I liked the story in A Witch in Love better, without giving anything away it made the ‘magic is real’ more believable. I also loved Ruth Warburton’s imaginings of magical places in London.
A Witch in Love succeeded in continuing to surprise me both with the writing and the story of Anna’s world.
We now have to wait until February 2013 to find out how this adventure ends…*