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Detective Paige Whiskey comes from a long line of witches. They may not all be the most powerful, but they are outspoken and supportive of their community. She alone has no gifts. She can’t summon fire, can’t read minds. She knows the arcane. She’s studied it. That, along with her connection to the Whiskey Witches, lands her some pretty strange cases. Like the sacrificial Detective Paige Whiskey comes from a long line of witches. They may not all be the most powerful, but they are outspoken and supportive of their community. She alone has no gifts. She can’t summon fire, can’t read minds. She knows the arcane. She’s studied it. That, along with her connection to the Whiskey Witches, lands her some pretty strange cases. Like the sacrificial murders of St. Francisville, Louisiana. There’s a killer on the loose, choosing people in a vain attempt to raise a demon. Not just any demon, though. A man born long ago, made a demon in order to protect the Gate to Hell. Together with demon hunter, Dexx Colt, her kitchen-witch grandmother, and her paranormal investigator brother-in-law, they unravel a conspiracy far bigger than a few simple murders, and re-discover Paige’s gift. She’s a demon summoner and she’s key to the killer’s plan.


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Detective Paige Whiskey comes from a long line of witches. They may not all be the most powerful, but they are outspoken and supportive of their community. She alone has no gifts. She can’t summon fire, can’t read minds. She knows the arcane. She’s studied it. That, along with her connection to the Whiskey Witches, lands her some pretty strange cases. Like the sacrificial Detective Paige Whiskey comes from a long line of witches. They may not all be the most powerful, but they are outspoken and supportive of their community. She alone has no gifts. She can’t summon fire, can’t read minds. She knows the arcane. She’s studied it. That, along with her connection to the Whiskey Witches, lands her some pretty strange cases. Like the sacrificial murders of St. Francisville, Louisiana. There’s a killer on the loose, choosing people in a vain attempt to raise a demon. Not just any demon, though. A man born long ago, made a demon in order to protect the Gate to Hell. Together with demon hunter, Dexx Colt, her kitchen-witch grandmother, and her paranormal investigator brother-in-law, they unravel a conspiracy far bigger than a few simple murders, and re-discover Paige’s gift. She’s a demon summoner and she’s key to the killer’s plan.

30 review for Whiskey Witches - Complete Season 1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Montzalee Wittmann

    Whiskey Witches - Episodes 1-4 By: S. M. Blooding Narrated by: Kalinda Little Series: Whiskey Witches, Book 1 I really enjoyed this audible book. She is a demon summoner and a detective. A summoner also calls to demons especially when someone captures her and draws signs on her. He is a demon hunter. They are best friends if she agrees or not. She has a demon she calls to ask information off, almost like a friend. Live is different in Paige's life. Love this story! There is so much here! Suspense, a Whiskey Witches - Episodes 1-4 By: S. M. Blooding Narrated by: Kalinda Little Series: Whiskey Witches, Book 1 I really enjoyed this audible book. She is a demon summoner and a detective. A summoner also calls to demons especially when someone captures her and draws signs on her. He is a demon hunter. They are best friends if she agrees or not. She has a demon she calls to ask information off, almost like a friend. Live is different in Paige's life. Love this story! There is so much here! Suspense, action, thrills, magic, heartbreak, demons, angels, and more! The narrator has a rough voice but fits perfect for this story! She does all the voices perfect and keeps the moods and emotions flowing wonderfully!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)

    I really wanted to like this, love it even, but I just couldn't connect with the characters for some reason. I did enjoy the uniqueness of it though and think many people will really love this story/series/ I really wanted to like this, love it even, but I just couldn't connect with the characters for some reason. I did enjoy the uniqueness of it though and think many people will really love this story/series/

  3. 4 out of 5

    Devann

    I felt like this was an interesting idea but overall just really convoluted and lacking in creativity. From the literal second I opened this book and saw the 'reading playlist' at the front I was like 'someone's a Supernatural fan' and sure enough there are Supernatural references dotted throughout - from the main character asking 'what would Sam and Dean do' to comparing her friend-and-possible-love-interest to Jensen Ackles. There's nothing wrong with this in itself, one of my favorite book se I felt like this was an interesting idea but overall just really convoluted and lacking in creativity. From the literal second I opened this book and saw the 'reading playlist' at the front I was like 'someone's a Supernatural fan' and sure enough there are Supernatural references dotted throughout - from the main character asking 'what would Sam and Dean do' to comparing her friend-and-possible-love-interest to Jensen Ackles. There's nothing wrong with this in itself, one of my favorite book series is about the mythological version of Loki but has several Marvel references in it and even a character named Steve Rogers [although he is definitely nothing like Marvel's Steve]. But if you are going to throw references around like that you HAVE to make sure your actual plot is different from those sources and really creative as well. This, to me, just felt like 'Supernatural but with more women'. And I'll be the first to admit that Supernatural has a problem with women, but you've got to give me something more to go on if you want me to be interested in reading this. Also there was tons of family drama in this that 1. didn't entirely make sense to me and 2. was very hard to keep straight. I feel like the reasons for her memory wipe and everyone going along with it were really shaky and also I kept confusing her mother with her grandmother and couldn't keep several other characters straight as well because it seemed like there were a LOT of characters and most of them didn't have much personality. Also Dexx [the secondary main character] kept saying things like 'oh women and their emotions, I just don't understand them!' and I was like ??? Is this really happening ??? And this is the guy you're setting up for a potential love interest ??? Yeah, ok. Overall I just skimmed a lot of this book and couldn't get into it. It might be good for someone who doesn't read a lot of urban fantasy, but I just found it very uncreative.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    The blurb made the story sound a lot better than it was. I felt from the beginning like I was missing a lot of information and couldn't find anything else apart from Leslie's story, which was a short one. Editing is needed as a lot of words used incorrectly, missing, repeated or in the wrong order. Toward the middle it got better but then fizzled out again as felt again there was more to the story. Will not be reading any others in the series. The blurb made the story sound a lot better than it was. I felt from the beginning like I was missing a lot of information and couldn't find anything else apart from Leslie's story, which was a short one. Editing is needed as a lot of words used incorrectly, missing, repeated or in the wrong order. Toward the middle it got better but then fizzled out again as felt again there was more to the story. Will not be reading any others in the series.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Hannah Rohe

    There’s a serial killer on the loose, and the killings are so strange that Detective Paige Whiskey is called in to solve them. Coming from a long line of witches, she’s singularly qualified to deal with sacrificial murders and the strange markings on the bodies of the victims. She soon finds herself in trouble, though, when she realises the bodies were left for her, to lure her into the killer’s hands. She’d thought she had no powers, but when a web of lies comes crumbling down around her ears, There’s a serial killer on the loose, and the killings are so strange that Detective Paige Whiskey is called in to solve them. Coming from a long line of witches, she’s singularly qualified to deal with sacrificial murders and the strange markings on the bodies of the victims. She soon finds herself in trouble, though, when she realises the bodies were left for her, to lure her into the killer’s hands. She’d thought she had no powers, but when a web of lies comes crumbling down around her ears, Paige is thrown headlong into a danger she could never have anticipated. I don’t tend to read much paranormal fiction, but the premise of this book really caught my attention. A supernatural detective? A combination of magic and a murder mystery? I’m in. It’s hard to say too much about the plot without spoiling it, which I really don’t want to do. Whiskey Witches is a roller coaster of plot twists and surprises, and it had me racing to see what happened next. Pacey and suspenseful, but with a surprising emotional heart. There was no skimping on character – I wanted to know what happened with Paige and her estranged mother as badly as I wanted to know what the killer was after. The episodic structure of the book meant there was plenty of time to explore both character and plot within an episode, without having to cut corners on either. I was somewhat disappointed that Paige didn’t get more chances to be heroic. It seemed like every time the opportunity arose, she’d get knocked out, or possessed by a demon, or be too emotionally distraught to handle the situation. Her distress had a very good reason, but I feel like she didn’t get the opportunity to use her power, or even her detective skills, to their full extent. Another copy-edit of the manuscript wouldn’t have gone astray, either. I kept getting jarred out of the story by a grammatical error or typo. This is a great book for anyone with a taste for the supernatural, or a hankering for an unusual detective story. Pacey, emotional, and with moments of startling humour, Whiskey Witches is one to look out for.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Debra Johnson

    Whiskey Witches - Complete Season 1 by S.M. Blooding 1 Star Well, I tried. I have to dnf at 10%. It's the way it is written. The dialog is severely jumpy and it is almost impossible to follow. I have trouble knowing who is speaking half the time. I just can't see myself investing the time and headache for another 300+ pages. On top of that, when I went to my content on Amazon it said 'page not found'. This means the author literally deleted the book I bought then loaded a new edition of the same book in Whiskey Witches - Complete Season 1 by S.M. Blooding 1 Star Well, I tried. I have to dnf at 10%. It's the way it is written. The dialog is severely jumpy and it is almost impossible to follow. I have trouble knowing who is speaking half the time. I just can't see myself investing the time and headache for another 300+ pages. On top of that, when I went to my content on Amazon it said 'page not found'. This means the author literally deleted the book I bought then loaded a new edition of the same book instead of editing and updating the one that was already on Amazon. I wouldn't care if the book was readable. But, the condition the writing is in, it just isn't worth it.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Wendy

    I thoroughly enjoyed this book, unlike an Amazon reviewer, I had no problem following the conversations between characters. There is a different twist here on angels and demons and I like the originality. I found myself staying awake a bit later than I should on work nights just to read the extra chapter or two. There is no cliffhanger but the author has left scope to continue the series. If she does then I will be pleased to read it, in the meantime I think that I will probably be checking out I thoroughly enjoyed this book, unlike an Amazon reviewer, I had no problem following the conversations between characters. There is a different twist here on angels and demons and I like the originality. I found myself staying awake a bit later than I should on work nights just to read the extra chapter or two. There is no cliffhanger but the author has left scope to continue the series. If she does then I will be pleased to read it, in the meantime I think that I will probably be checking out her other books.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sadie Forsythe

    So, this was really bad. The editing gets progressively worse as the book goes along. At 90% characters are still being introduced and several previously introduced characters simply appear and disappear throughout the book. But mostly it's totally unfocused and unanchored. It leaps around erratically. I feel like Blooding wanted to write a TV show. Because maybe MAYBE some of it would have worked with visual aides. For example, at one point the narrator is talking about Jessie and I'm like, "Who So, this was really bad. The editing gets progressively worse as the book goes along. At 90% characters are still being introduced and several previously introduced characters simply appear and disappear throughout the book. But mostly it's totally unfocused and unanchored. It leaps around erratically. I feel like Blooding wanted to write a TV show. Because maybe MAYBE some of it would have worked with visual aides. For example, at one point the narrator is talking about Jessie and I'm like, "Who is this person?" If it was television, the scene would have focused on the car (Jessie), making it obvious that this was Jessie. But in text...nope, totally didn't work and there are just dozens of situations like that. Further, the whole plot doesn't hang together. The idea that demons are actually not evil, but trying to get humans to be self-responsible is an interesting one. Unfortunately, the book harps on and on about this, but all the demons are actually chaos inducing, evil entities, totally contradicting what we're supposed to believe. I admit I've read worse. But finishing this was simply an act of will. I wanted badly to DNF it. And that's without addressing the fact that it's actually a serial, so don't expect any kind of actual ending.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Kristin

    3 1/2 stars.... I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This book was unlike any book I've ever read in the paranormal genre having to do with angels and demons. The basic story line is very good. The author does a wonderful job of showing the whole spectrum emotions of the main character, Paige, as she reacquires her gifts and her memories. The action seemed a little off-kilter, either there wasn't enough of it, or there was too much and it was getting confusing. Speaking 3 1/2 stars.... I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This book was unlike any book I've ever read in the paranormal genre having to do with angels and demons. The basic story line is very good. The author does a wonderful job of showing the whole spectrum emotions of the main character, Paige, as she reacquires her gifts and her memories. The action seemed a little off-kilter, either there wasn't enough of it, or there was too much and it was getting confusing. Speaking of confusing, the entire background story was confusing. I just couldn't seem to get a grasp on it. As a reader, that was very frustrating to me. The background story behind angels and demons was so backwards from everything that you have been taught, you really need to re-wire your brain while reading this book. I wasn't sure I liked that. It was good in that it allowed the author to flesh out the demons a little more, but the angels just seemed so off, so wrong somehow.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Megan Bohun

    I just couldn't Disjointed and unappealing. This was listed as book 1 when I feel like it needs to be at minimum book 2 of not 3. Way too much back story that is pushed into the first section of the book. Back story that I feel was necessary to building a fellowship with the main character. You feel as though you are dropped, mid season into a show where you are "I think I may have liked it if I knew what was going on". Main character comes across as bitchy not bad ass. I couldn't even finish th I just couldn't Disjointed and unappealing. This was listed as book 1 when I feel like it needs to be at minimum book 2 of not 3. Way too much back story that is pushed into the first section of the book. Back story that I feel was necessary to building a fellowship with the main character. You feel as though you are dropped, mid season into a show where you are "I think I may have liked it if I knew what was going on". Main character comes across as bitchy not bad ass. I couldn't even finish this book, and that's saying something.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Pamela K. Jones

    This one is so*different*!! Well written tale of humans, witches, angels & demons with one hell of a difference!! Who are the good guys? Who are the bad guys? Sometimes it's tough to tell as the events unfold. Just as you think you have it figured out the plot twists again. This one is so*different*!! Well written tale of humans, witches, angels & demons with one hell of a difference!! Who are the good guys? Who are the bad guys? Sometimes it's tough to tell as the events unfold. Just as you think you have it figured out the plot twists again.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Monique Timberlake-brady

    It was ok but difficult to read because of the editing errors. Wil not be reading the rest of the series because it's too much effort to "interpret" around all of the errors. It was ok but difficult to read because of the editing errors. Wil not be reading the rest of the series because it's too much effort to "interpret" around all of the errors.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Seraphia

    Whiskey Witches: Origins is the first book in the Whiskey Witches series. This is the first book that I have read by S.M. Blooding and I had a hard time putting this book most of the time. The author introduces the reader to a detective by the name of Paige Whiskey. She's a member of a witch family, but she's the only one without powers. Of course, my curiosity is piqued as to why and the author does not disappoint in telling Paige's harrowing story. Paige has been through a lot in her life, and Whiskey Witches: Origins is the first book in the Whiskey Witches series. This is the first book that I have read by S.M. Blooding and I had a hard time putting this book most of the time. The author introduces the reader to a detective by the name of Paige Whiskey. She's a member of a witch family, but she's the only one without powers. Of course, my curiosity is piqued as to why and the author does not disappoint in telling Paige's harrowing story. Paige has been through a lot in her life, and because of that...it has created a means for a powerful "demon" to take possession of her during a crime scene investigation. Danger is looming and if Paige and her "partner" Dexx don't figure things out...and fast...all Hell is going to break loose. Whiskey Witches is a paranormal mystery novel with a dash of horror elements to it. I enjoyed this story. I found Paige to be an engaging character. She's strong, but she carries deep wounds and because of those wounds she carries deep resentment to those who are guilty of inflicting that pain. I'm saddened by how misunderstood she was as a child and growing up. She's lost so much, but because of the lies she never fully understood the amount of loss she was experiencing or why. The author builds a unique and twisted world of where not everything is what it seems. There are a few editorial errors in this book throughout, but none of them are so bad that they detract from the overall storyline. I am rating this book 5 out of 5 stars. I am eager to start the next book in this series. Paige Whiskey is a dynamite character and Dexx creates a nice balance to her. Definitely a book for those who enjoy paranormal mystery with a hefty dose of action and a dash of horror. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Terri Wilson

    Detective Paige Whiskey comes from a long line of witches. They may not all be the most powerful, but they are outspoken and supportive of their community. She alone has no gifts. She can’t summon fire, can’t read minds. She knows the arcane. She’s studied it. That, along with her connection to the Whiskey Witches, lands her some pretty strange cases. Like the sacrificial murders of St. Francisville, Louisiana. There’s a killer on the loose, choosing people in a vain attempt to raise a demon. Not Detective Paige Whiskey comes from a long line of witches. They may not all be the most powerful, but they are outspoken and supportive of their community. She alone has no gifts. She can’t summon fire, can’t read minds. She knows the arcane. She’s studied it. That, along with her connection to the Whiskey Witches, lands her some pretty strange cases. Like the sacrificial murders of St. Francisville, Louisiana. There’s a killer on the loose, choosing people in a vain attempt to raise a demon. Not just any demon, though. A man born long ago, made a demon in order to protect the Gate to Hell. Together with demon hunter, Dexx Colt, her kitchen-witch grandmother, and her paranormal investigator brother-in-law, they unravel a conspiracy far bigger than a few simple murders, and re-discover Paige’s gift. She’s a demon summoner and she’s key to the killer’s plan.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lynn 2 Girls & A Book

    This is my first encounter with author S. M. Blooding and I gotta say I am blown away by her writing ability. Blooding weaves a diverse, complex story filled with amazing characters whose backstories could be books of their own. Whiskey Witches is a fast paced, thrilling paranormal read that i highly recommend. The main character, Paige Whiskey, is phenomenal. I seriously do not know how she controls her anger because if i was in her shoes I would be summoning a horde of demons to exact my reven This is my first encounter with author S. M. Blooding and I gotta say I am blown away by her writing ability. Blooding weaves a diverse, complex story filled with amazing characters whose backstories could be books of their own. Whiskey Witches is a fast paced, thrilling paranormal read that i highly recommend. The main character, Paige Whiskey, is phenomenal. I seriously do not know how she controls her anger because if i was in her shoes I would be summoning a horde of demons to exact my revenge. Trust me read this book!!!!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    Disappointing The poor editing is distracting and the overuse of random details and descriptions of physical movements were fairly annoying. It was hard to get into this story and I have no interest in continuing with the series.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sara Fitzgerald

    Wow talk about a switch Forget everything you thought you knew about Angels, Demons and Witches. This book takes us on a journey to Louisiana and the small forgotten parishes and plantations. The ultimate fight to make sure the gate remains closed. But what gate? Who are the good guys? Are there any good guys? Family torn apart, secrets, deception, betrayal, can forgiveness happen? Cannot wait to read more...

  18. 5 out of 5

    Vivian (Vivi) McCormack

    Loved this paranormal detective storyline, loved the characters. This story was full of twists and turns, and angel and demons it was definitely fullnof action, a little too fast at beginning, author needed to explain alittle more of the characters at first to understand what was going on, but overall I liked it, and would read more from this author

  19. 4 out of 5

    Rosario Barrera

    Strong Whiskey I loved this 4 story set. Paige Whiskey is a witch who has been bound to forget she has powers, but she specializes in supernatural crime. From there on there are twists, turns, angels and demons running amuk. A great read.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Arlene Mullen

    So i loved that the book started out with a soundtrack list. Its fun to see how the author got inspiration for writing their stories. Anyway Paige is a detective. She gets called down to Louisiana to help on a case. It looks like someone has a plan for summoning something horrible and Paige has to figure it out. Not only that, she is struck with something she does not understand. Her family has always been powerful witches. Se though has never had power, until now. The thing is that she has alway So i loved that the book started out with a soundtrack list. Its fun to see how the author got inspiration for writing their stories. Anyway Paige is a detective. She gets called down to Louisiana to help on a case. It looks like someone has a plan for summoning something horrible and Paige has to figure it out. Not only that, she is struck with something she does not understand. Her family has always been powerful witches. Se though has never had power, until now. The thing is that she has always had this power but was made forget. She doe not have time to be mad or hurt. People are dying because of her. I really loved this story. As soon as I started reading I found myself absorbed in the story all day. Paige is such an awesome leading lady. Even though she is dealing with her power and memories coming back, she doesn't let it change anything. She knows she has a job to do and can not let her feelings overtake her. Dexx is pretty awesome! I found myself loving him as much as paige. I understood why her family did what they did, but it was sad. They all are these special peoples, but treat paige as something scary. I love how the story was spread out over a few episodes. It was written so well that you never felt that there was to much filler. Everything that was in the story, was pertinent to the story. It was definitely a different take on demons. I liked how they were explained. This story has a supernatural feel which I think is so fun. While reading it I felt like I was watching a few episodes. It made me laugh. I felt my heart strings being pulled. I felt the angry Paige felt when everything came back to her. The betrayal by the people she loves. I loved the emotional journey that I went on and hope you give these characters a chance. They are amazing. You will find your self searching out for the next episode because they are just that good!. I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Judi Easley

    My Review: A blocked witch with no memory of her gift or her daughter, demons and angels on the loose, and someone killing people. Sounds like chaos to me. There were times when I wasn't sure what was what. This is a very complex and challenging book with the traditional roles tossed out the window. I read this straight through as a book rather than as separate episodes, and I think that helped me some. There is so much to this book, you don't need to complicate it with the choppiness of endings My Review: A blocked witch with no memory of her gift or her daughter, demons and angels on the loose, and someone killing people. Sounds like chaos to me. There were times when I wasn't sure what was what. This is a very complex and challenging book with the traditional roles tossed out the window. I read this straight through as a book rather than as separate episodes, and I think that helped me some. There is so much to this book, you don't need to complicate it with the choppiness of endings stuck in there. I recommend the book format. If you are a Christian, this may not be the book for you. There is anti-God talk with the angels and demons. This is not a pretty fantasy. These angels are way outside their usual comfort zone. However, if you like a complex fantasy that will keep you thinking, this is one I would suggest. I'm looking forward to some time for reading another of this author's books. This was a BookBub acquisition. My honest review is offered without any compensation. All opinions are fully my own. ~ Judi E. Easley for Blue Cat Review

  22. 5 out of 5

    Antionette

    Whiskey witches are a family of witches who all have different gifts. Paige is a witch with a slightly. Different gift, she can call on demons... The family basically shuns her so to speak, her mother takes her child and wipes her memories. Not a great thing to do to someone. In time she gets those memories back and finds out her powers are something totally different... Angels, demons, witches, ghosts. Oh and a hot boy as her sidekick so to speak.. Sexual tension..... This book has it all. I wa Whiskey witches are a family of witches who all have different gifts. Paige is a witch with a slightly. Different gift, she can call on demons... The family basically shuns her so to speak, her mother takes her child and wipes her memories. Not a great thing to do to someone. In time she gets those memories back and finds out her powers are something totally different... Angels, demons, witches, ghosts. Oh and a hot boy as her sidekick so to speak.. Sexual tension..... This book has it all. I was on the edge of my seat with each episode. To say I'm looking forward to season two Is An understatement. I did read this season episode to episode. I suggest reading as a complete book instead.felt like short stories until I finished. I was given this book for my honest review. And now you have it.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Neil McGarva

    The the plot and characters have promise but the writing... Confused, chaotic, nonsensical; is how I would describe this story. Then you have to add the complete lack of spell checking, grammar checking or proof reading. e.g. "The shops exuded an old town flare. People milled around as if they didn’t have a care in the world." Ms. Blooding is fond of the word 'flare', it occurs several times in her book, but I am pretty sure that the shops in this town neither emitted a brief burst of light or fla The the plot and characters have promise but the writing... Confused, chaotic, nonsensical; is how I would describe this story. Then you have to add the complete lack of spell checking, grammar checking or proof reading. e.g. "The shops exuded an old town flare. People milled around as if they didn’t have a care in the world." Ms. Blooding is fond of the word 'flare', it occurs several times in her book, but I am pretty sure that the shops in this town neither emitted a brief burst of light or flame OR gradually became wider at one end. Neither do I associate people 'milling around' (confused and disorderly) with 'not having a care in the world'. This is the one and only book by this author I shall be reading. There is a lot of better writing out there than Ms. Blooding's, with similar settings and plots. How anyone could give this book 4 or five stars is beyond me.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Sue Brooks

    OMG OMG OMG - this is the first book of S M Blooding that I have read and I can now say that I hope to read more!!! I was not sure what to expect when I was asked to read this book. When I started (4 days ago), I had no idea what it was going to be about. But, I can say this, that it was a book that I found hard to put down. I love how the author started the story and kept the story line going through out all the episodes in Season 1. I had never read a book that was put together the way this one OMG OMG OMG - this is the first book of S M Blooding that I have read and I can now say that I hope to read more!!! I was not sure what to expect when I was asked to read this book. When I started (4 days ago), I had no idea what it was going to be about. But, I can say this, that it was a book that I found hard to put down. I love how the author started the story and kept the story line going through out all the episodes in Season 1. I had never read a book that was put together the way this one was -- but I so totally enjoyed reading this. The Demon's and Angel's and how they were working together and against each other - I don't write spoilers, so, you are going to have to read it to see for yourself. I was given a copy of this book for an honest review.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Marcus

    This is a book about a family of witches who each has a very different ability. The book centers around one in particular that has a very terrifying power that the other family members are apprehensive of. They, in the mistaken belief, of doing what's right,wipes this family member's memory of her power and part of her life. This is where the problem originates because there is now a problem that only she can deal with with her power. The mind wipe is shattered by a demon and an epic battle is o This is a book about a family of witches who each has a very different ability. The book centers around one in particular that has a very terrifying power that the other family members are apprehensive of. They, in the mistaken belief, of doing what's right,wipes this family member's memory of her power and part of her life. This is where the problem originates because there is now a problem that only she can deal with with her power. The mind wipe is shattered by a demon and an epic battle is on the horizon between demons and angels. The plot is great, the characters are believable (they have their faults), the action is always present, and there is romance/sexual tension on the horizon.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Linda

    I received a free copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it. This book was not a short, simple read. There were so many twists and turns that I actually became dizzy trying to keep up with all of them. Paige Whiskey is a very broken demon summoner and is having to work her way through her "Mommy" issues while battling demons. This causes her to make some rather bad decisions, but she always seems to work through them. This is one of those stories that you must read until the very end t I received a free copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it. This book was not a short, simple read. There were so many twists and turns that I actually became dizzy trying to keep up with all of them. Paige Whiskey is a very broken demon summoner and is having to work her way through her "Mommy" issues while battling demons. This causes her to make some rather bad decisions, but she always seems to work through them. This is one of those stories that you must read until the very end to see what happens. Not one that you can guess the ending after the first few chapters. I would recommend this to anyone interested in paranormal.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Woods

    An original storyline full of witches, demons, and angels with a twist. As a Whiskey witch, Paige's powers allow her to summon demons and she uses her power to fight angels and demons involved in a power play to open the gates of hell. The author throws you right in the middle of the story but it's not hard catching up just hard to set the book down. Full of action and a good mystery, the book is written an original style and provides a good read. I have to give props to any author who reference An original storyline full of witches, demons, and angels with a twist. As a Whiskey witch, Paige's powers allow her to summon demons and she uses her power to fight angels and demons involved in a power play to open the gates of hell. The author throws you right in the middle of the story but it's not hard catching up just hard to set the book down. Full of action and a good mystery, the book is written an original style and provides a good read. I have to give props to any author who references Supernatural and styles their hero after Dean. An original wild ride of the story that lingers after the last page to leave you wanting more. My review is based upon a review copy from the author.

  28. 4 out of 5

    A. C. H..

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Given to me for an honest review. Paige a cop, who has just had her memories of being a demon summoner/talker restored, struggles to solve a series of connected murders. With the help of Dexx, a demon hunter, she gets possessed repeatedly and banishes demons. I know this book was originally four separate books but I don't really understand why it is broken up into episodes. Everything follows and flows well. The only down side is you spent most of the book hoping that Paige and Dexx get together Given to me for an honest review. Paige a cop, who has just had her memories of being a demon summoner/talker restored, struggles to solve a series of connected murders. With the help of Dexx, a demon hunter, she gets possessed repeatedly and banishes demons. I know this book was originally four separate books but I don't really understand why it is broken up into episodes. Everything follows and flows well. The only down side is you spent most of the book hoping that Paige and Dexx get together and it never happens.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Casey Cullen chamberlain

    Great book I love this series very captivating and couldn't put it down, looking forward to the next one. I highly recommend this book and the others to come Great book I love this series very captivating and couldn't put it down, looking forward to the next one. I highly recommend this book and the others to come

  30. 5 out of 5

    Midge

    Great book Wow, talk about your action packed stories! This story takes off right away and keeps you on edge until the very end. I liked the way the author had demons helping Paige and how she finds out what her magical ability is while trying to find out what is going on. I can see this isn't the end of stories about this character and I look forward to seeing what else she has to deal with, hopefully with Dexx. Great book Wow, talk about your action packed stories! This story takes off right away and keeps you on edge until the very end. I liked the way the author had demons helping Paige and how she finds out what her magical ability is while trying to find out what is going on. I can see this isn't the end of stories about this character and I look forward to seeing what else she has to deal with, hopefully with Dexx.

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