No one appreciates the irony of her situation more than Raven Kane: she’s a burnt-out witch. Raven is a hip, hexing-and-texting sorceress – or at least, she used to be. Now her ancient timber house is falling down around her, and the bank wants to repossess it. Nothing would make her cantankerous neighbour happier than seeing Raven and her messy menagerie out on the street. To add to her stress, the reckless Wicked Witches are causing mischief and it’s her job to reign them in. Worst of all is that her magic seems to be fading. Just as everything seems to be too much to handle, there’s a knock on the (splintering) door. A not-unattractive man appears in her life: not to save her, as a fairytale would have you believe, but to arrest her for the murder of one of her clients. It wouldn’t be that bad for Raven, except that she knows she’s guilty.
I received this book for my honest opinion.
I enjoyed it so much, all the twists and forthcomings this one had.
Raven totally relatable character, I liked her a lot, she is a pretty cool heroine for this story and I liked that she isn’t like all superpowered but just trying to do her best at things and learn something.
My favorite character without a doubt Eli, crazy little bird made my day everytime.
And Krueger was an interesting addition to the mix, I like him, let’s us see where he will be going later on.
I did have some questions but maybe they will be resolved later? or maybe they are best buried where they are.