Wizard in a Witchy World (Volume 1)

Modern day wizard Felix Slade knows better than to meddle in the lives of witches. But when a chance encounter with a beautiful witch, Gabriella, sparks a vision of her demise at the hand of a werewolf, he knows he must act. To make matters worse, his vision reveals feelings he has for this woman he’s only seen from afar and in that moment his life is changed forever. Trouble has been brewing in sleepy Leotown, but explodes when Felix witnesses the gruesome murder of Gabriella’s coven leader and ends up number one on a short list of suspects. It’s a poor start to their relationship when Gabriella and her coven sisters attack Felix while looking for answers. With her foot literally on his chest, Felix begins to doubt what he felt in his vision – that is – until the werewolves actually show up. Wizard in a Witchy World is the first book in the Witchy World series – an urban fantasy, paranormal fairy tale.

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3 Comments

  1. Great read! My first Jamie McFarlane book, and I am already a fan! WRT this book, I love urban fantasy, and this is a really good first in what I hope will be a l-o-n-g series. As some others have mentioned, Slade could have been a bit more fore-armed once he knew there were werewolves about. His lack of self preservative instincts were worrisome, but that may have been part of the charm of his vulnerability. This is a “kinder, gentler” wizard who I’m sure will toughen up as the series moves…

  2. Good Story I liked it, the story line was decent. Some good characters, I especially liked the troll and the interactions with her.A bit more fleshing out of the background prior to the last scenes would have been helpful in understanding the main character’s motivations. Alsoseveral of the support characters seemed to come out of nowhere with little explanation, but it didn’t distract too much.Overall a good effort and I would certainly read a followup novel if offered.

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