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All opinions are my own. Some Like It Witchy.

I really wanted to like this book as much as I did the first two in the series. She has some great story telling ability.

Witchful Thinking

I’m a big fan of urban fantasy and paranormal romance in general, and something about this book just doesn’t quite do it for me. And now, the next book in the series What Not to Were. It will only serve to be very annoying for readers of the series who don’t need the recaps, and for new readers, to be thrown in half way through a war, with msllory, complicated inter-character relationships, it will be just too much to take in or connect with and recaps just won’t cut it.

Fashionably Dead in Diapers. I have to find out what Sinjin is up to. Jul 17, Lynsey A Bookish Life rated it liked it. It’s a conniving one, designed to keep me reading. This book was a bit different that the previous two tbinking more angst, and some of it was made up of journal entries by Jolie.

View all 4 comments. Ultimately, I couldn’t figure out what the story was about other than Jolie’s complicated relationships with Rand and Sinjin.

Dec 27, Angela rated it liked it Shelves: At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. Mallory took maolory long trip around the barn. Mallory—the exciting author of Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble —comes her new paranormal romance featuring the sassy, self-deprecating witch Jolie Wilkins.


She can barely maintain order in her own chaotic personal life, which is heading into a romantic tailspin. First it was the boss thing, and then it was the bonding thing.

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The Dragon Finds Forever. I feel like this book could have added more insight to the characters, but instead made me have MORE questions about them, particularly Sinjin and Mercedes. Sure they have meetings and they narrow bp their enemies to the Lurkers, but other than that? Dear Author, I read your series, and I get the hints, innuendos, and I don’t need Jolie’s diary to spell out the plot for me.

This series, interestingly enough gets worse with time.

I felt like instead of rehashing what I already knew, you could have given us more info about Mercedes, Sinjin, and maybe progressed more with Rand, but no we get to relive the other books, then the last few chapters you drop big things on our lap and then don’t even deal with them, but present a COMPLETE different direction for this series for thiking ending part of this book.

Why I gave it a 2 not using my normal review method: The first novel wasn’t terrible, had a few flaws, most notably the strange way the book ended, like they were at work or something and the clock hit 5 and everyone just stopped in the middle of what they were doing. There aren’t many authors that can wichful a story and create characters the way H. I want to be able to believe that she will end up with Sinjin who – granted – isn’t much better then Rand and not be forever linked to Rand the jerk.

Witchful Thinking – 10th April Book 1 2 Apr 29, Half of the book is talking about the other 2. Both the flashbacks and diary entries seemed completely out of place compared to the writing of the first two bookshence my question. The story takes this into kallory heavily with the prologue to this book being the first chapter from Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble. I’m starting to look at them as the annoying couple that always break up, but end up back together.


Witchful Thinking (Jolie Wilkins, #3) by H.P. Mallory

I really hope this isn’t because she went with a publisher that insisted on playing up the romance. Open Preview See a Problem? Witchful Thinking is actually the third book in the Jolie Wilkins series, although it is the first to be published by a major publisher. Witch Is the New Black. The war is over and Jolie has been declared Wiitchful of the Underworld thniking not that she wants anything to do with it. Jesus, their relationship is so hot and cold and it feels like once they are progressing, something happens and then it’s back to square one again.

Despite all this, I was genuinely amused and found myself anticipating what was to come. Treasures, Demons, and Other Black Magic. They have no real reason NOT to be together, she has no real reason not to tell him they have already bonded, he has no real reason to constantly act like a cold jackass It’s actually funny that in my last review I commented on how much stuff Mallory likes to squeeze into each maolory, and regarding books one and two, that statement holds true.

I skipped over all of those since I just read the last books thinkijg. A Tale Of Two Witches.

I’m also feeling like your doing this to your readers because you regret making Rand the main man of Jolie and trying to convince us that Sinjin is a better fit. Htinking wanted this book to be better esp after the bonding that happened last book. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.