WitchCraft

  • Title: WitchCraft
  • Author: Emma Mills
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 259
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • WitchCraft Jess is no ordinary vampire Protected by the Manchester vampire clan and initiated by her family s east coast American coven she is sought after by every dark witch and warring vampire faction Jess
    Jess is no ordinary vampire Protected by the Manchester vampire clan, and initiated by her family s east coast American coven, she is sought after by every dark witch and warring vampire faction Jess must fight if she wants to keep hold of her friends, her sanity and finally her existence.As the dead bodies of human girls begin to stack up, and her recently accepted vampJess is no ordinary vampire Protected by the Manchester vampire clan, and initiated by her family s east coast American coven, she is sought after by every dark witch and warring vampire faction Jess must fight if she wants to keep hold of her friends, her sanity and finally her existence.As the dead bodies of human girls begin to stack up, and her recently accepted vampire boyfriend, Daniel, finds himself in prison, Jess goes on a crazy, forbidden trip to London, racing against time to save an old friend and solve the mystery behind Daniel s incarceration In battling new enemies and finding new friends, Jess s confidence finds room to grow, but who will she lose along the way

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    About Emma Mills


    1. Emma Mills is a stay at home mum, who after a recent move some 200 miles south now lives in the beautiful county of Somerset, in the UK, with her husband and two children Emma writes Young Adult fiction WitchBlood was her debut novel, published in 2012 and quickly followed by WitchCraft and WitchLove Emma published WitchHunt, the finale to the series, late in 2013 Flying With Fire is a new YA novel, to be followed by on a completely new YA project for 2015.


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    1. Loved every word of this book! It was so fasted paced with so much going I could not and did not want to stop once I started. Ms. Mills leaves you wanting more. I can not wait for book 3!

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    2. Witchcraft is the newest book in the fantastic Witchblood series by author Emma Mills. As I have said many times on this blog, what makes a book great for me is one that hooks me emotionally. Love or hate, sadness or happiness, anger or laughter. Those are the things that pull me in and keep me there. Emma Mills knows how to do just that. When I went into this book, after reading the first, I was firmly Team Daniel. But by the end of this one, I am now Team Luke, thanks to the emotionally charge [...]

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    3. This book is too good for words! I honestly don't have anything bad to say about it which if you know me you'd know that's astonishing. The characters are well developed and the story pulls you in from the very start!I would suggest reading the first book Witchblood before reading this, but that book was just as good as well!The end of Witchcraft leaves you craving more needless to say I CANNOT wait for Emma Mills to publish this! STRONGLY SUGGEST EVERYONE READ THIS IF YOU LOVE A GOOD BOOK WOTH [...]

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    4. While I found this story to be as exhilarating as the first one, I could only give it four stars because it left me wanting. The read is excellent but the twist in the plot infuriated me What can I say I love a good love story and Daniel was ripped from "my life" I was left empty and alone. (pathetic I know) Emma Mills did a wonderful job in telling her story and I'm definitely hooked, I just wish the series was complete so I could maybe get some closure! Job well done!

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    5. Wow read them both in a day, what does that tell you. Full review to come, hopefully soon

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    6. Great story but.I read 'Witchblood' yesterday and found it unique and fascinating, the fact that it was set in Manchester made it even more so, my only issue was Jess, at times she seemed a little too childish but I couldn't wait to start this book.Now I'm not spoiling the story because this happens in the first chapter. It's not often Jess is left alone, and for good reason, anyway she's been left alone with one instruction 'do not answer the door' so of course she answers the door, invites the [...]

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    7. Jess, a seventeen year old girl who is half vampire and half witch. She is not like other vampires who bites a human to drink their blood. Although she doesn't bite them she still drinks human blood that comes from a pack. She is afraid that if she drinks from a human she will not stop before she drains them of all their blood and they die. Jess is a very independent girl who likes no one telling her what to do. She likes to make her own choices and on occasion does.Eva, Daniel's maker finds Jes [...]

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    8. In “Witchcraft,” the second entry in the “Witchblood” series, Emma Mills transports us back to a world that manages to seem so similar to, yet also so different from, the one we currently inhabit. And what a world it is—brimming with vampires, witches, angels, and an uneasy peace that the reader knows cannot last much longer! Everyone’s favorite heroine, Jess, has been through some traumatic times and has undergone some dramatic changes but she hasn’t seen anything yet. Before the [...]

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    9. Reviewed for The Erratic Reviewer erraticreviewerExcellent sequel!Witchcraft sees Jess develop as a character into a headstrong, but unsure young woman / vampire, into a very sure one who's still headstrong.We discover more about her witch powers and how they affect her as a vampire. Emma did a GREAT job going into the intricacies of certain spells and rituals which were highly accurate and true to [Wiccan] life practices. We learn more about Luke too, and about Sebastian, the yummy, dark-haired [...]

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    10. This was ok but to honest I hadn't planned to continue on with the series, because I'm finding the mc Jess to be quite annoying making stupid decision after stupid decision, and the dialogue is still not written as well as it could be, but after the way this one ended, there are a couple of things that I need to know I guess I'll be making a start on the third book anyway. We'll see how far I get

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    11. Holland House Editing read and edited this fantastic continuing story of Jess. A beautiful young witch/vampire who goes on an amazing journey. Emma Mills creates a vast array of interesting, fun and quirky characters that you immediately love and chapter after chapter sinks you in further into the story, making you only want more.

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    12. A excellent second book in a series of 2 (right now) the third book will be released January 2013.It was very exciting and filled with twists and turns. There were witches, angels, and vampires. A MUST read!!!

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    13. Wow!Gripping, action-packed, fast-paced and extremely difficult to put down.This series has definitely made it onto my 'favourites' list and will be re-read at some point in the not too distant future.I can't wait for the next one!

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    14. Always amazing! Spoiler alert I don't believe it and I know you'll prove it in the next one

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    15. Great book, I couldn't put it down. I'm not going to give any spoilers but the end is OMG!!!

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    16. This author is great. I can not wait for the last installment of the series. Loving the characters and the story. Leaves you wondering and pondering what will happen next.

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    17. Witchcraft ( Book#2 ) By Emma Mills.After finding myself completely engrossed in WhichBlood Book#1, naturally, I downloaded the rest of the series and flew straight onto Book#2.This is by far a brilliant read! Whichcraft steps up a notch from WhichBlood Book#1. You see quite a bit of action in this story, Jessica finally embraces ( to a degree ) What she is and for that reason becomes much stronger with her powers. We meet quite a few new characters which I really enjoyed and glad to see one or [...]

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    18. witchcraft follows on from the first in the series witch blood which really took me by surprise because i do get asked to read self published books from time to time and this one was rather good. It was rough around the edges in place but had some nice original ideas and characters and the relationship between the main characters were complex and kept me going. When Emma offered me a chance to be on the blog tour and review the second in the series I was interested to see where the story went an [...]

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    19. I think this book can stand on it own but I highly recommend reading the first book in the series, Witchblood, before reading Witchcraft, which is book 2 in the series. Witchcraft's first chapter opens with Jess, who is half vampire half witch, trying to understand her "witch side". Eva, who is Daniel's sire and has become Jess' friend, has given her a very powerful spell book that has been passed down in Jessica's family for generations. Jess is not very strong for a vampire because she is refu [...]

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    20. Witchcraft is book two in the series, and honestly – I wasn’t sure how I was going to like it. I really enjoyed book one, Witchblood, but sometimes the second book can fall flat. That is not the case with Witchcraft! It is definitely a terrific addition to the series.The book starts out with action, and it keeps the pace up the entire book through, and that’s just how I like it. There is still plenty of things going on in Jess’s life; she's still learning about all of her abilities - vam [...]

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    21. Wow! This book was so good! The first book took me a little bit to get into but about half way through it I was hooked, so I was SUPER excited to read WitchCraft! I think the best part about this series is that, its about Vampires yes, but there is a Vampire Witch! That is just so unusual that it makes me excited to read how it turns out! So this book starts basically where the last one finished, Jess still refuses to drink human blood, but she does drink from Daniel (which is kinda hot) Eva is [...]

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    22. Review 6******I was given a copy of this book by the author in return for an honest review.This is the second book in the Witchblood Series. Sequels are not necessarily better than the first book. However, that is not the case with this book. I loved it!Jess is a fascinating character. After being turned into a vampire, her latent witch powers are called forth. She is still struggling with her new vampire life (still having cravings for toast!). However, after being initiated into her American f [...]

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    23. Review: Jess has just learnt that her heritage includes a family of witches. Then one of the shows up and initiates her into their coven. Now she’s a mix of both witch and vampire and everyone wants a piece of her.It’s really nice coming back to characters you love. Jess is now vaguely used to being a vampire, but still wants remnants of her old life, leading to a rather amusing scene involving tea.The being a witch makes for a new set of discoveries waiting to be made. Once again, she’s s [...]

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    24. 'Witchcraft' is the second book in a young adult paranormal romance series that follows Jessica - "Jess" - as she continues to adjust to her new life as a half-vampire witch. She has the powers of both supernatural beings, but the inability to control them. Now there are dark witches after her and a vampire war to deal with. On top of things, Daniel - Jess' vampire boyfriend - finds himself in prison and it's up to Jess to find out why he's in there and how to get him out. Jess must learn how to [...]

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    25. Review to come as blog post on trilogy*Update 6 April 2013*Jess is still sassy and I lover her for it. There's nothing worse than a limp lead character! But, her confidence is growing, especially when Susannah sows up on the doorstep and whips Jess into a black vortex. Thankfully, Luke (swoon) is on hand to save the day with the other angels.This book concentrates on Jess being initiated as a witch and her fight to rescue her best friend Alex. I was right beside Jess as she ran off to London, at [...]

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    26. SPOILERSGuy number one wrong choiceGuy number two wrong choiceOk, are we going to have the guy number three who would be the right choice for Jess? My thoughts about Daniel in the first book didn't change reading the second one. In the first book it felt that writer tried to force me to think that Jess and Daniel belong together and it seemed wrong, forced. Guy number one (Luke) seemed as the right choice because I didn't know anything about him, close to the end of the first book and now in t [...]

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    27. This book was even more exciting and explosive than the first. I couldn’t put it down and read it in only a few hours. I was happy to see Jess more accepting of her new life, making her less whiny than in WitchBlood. As her transformation progressed with the help of her initiation, so Jess became more confident and independent. She no longer had to contend with bond that tied her to Daniel, and it was great that she was able to explore her feelings for him without it. I really love the twist M [...]

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    28. Witchcraft picks right up where Witchblood left off and jumps right into the action. This time the focus is on her growing witch powers and those that will stop at nothing to get Jess on their side making them either a very powerful coven or clan. I loved the story very much I couldn't put it down until I finished it! Jess is still as stubborn and naive as ever, she's so set on what she wants to do she misses the obvious traps until it's too late. I was a little irritated by this, thinking at wh [...]

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    29. I quite enjoyed this second book in the series, Jess is a likable character and still having problems adjusting to being a vampire/witch. She is also dealing with the two men in her life Luke, an old boyfriend from her human days and Daniel a vampire who sired her and is very protective and controlling. I actually found Luke kind of annoying, he was so anti-vampire yet he made the decision to not let Jess die and now he is pissed off because she needs blood to survive. He needs to get over it al [...]

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    30. In this second instalment of Emma Mills WITCHBLOOD series, you will find our main character ‘Jess’ stumble and spin through daily challenges her new life now faces . With Daniel by her side and Luke lurking in the shadows, what and who will she choose? With every twist and turn in this energetic book, you will be captivated and sitting on the edge of your seat. I’m not one for spoilers and don’t want to give anything away, but I was left feeling a little disappointed in the writer’s ex [...]

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