Review: Waking the Witch by Kelley Armstrong

Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Series: Women of the Otherworld #11
Release Date: July 27, 2010
Publisher: Dutton Adult
Reviewed by: Amber R.
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Waking the Witch finally features Savannah Levine. Half witch, half sorcerer with notorious parents and foster parents, she's been someone to look out for. We all know who Savannah is and we all know the struggles she's had to face. But as the favorite "little sister" to the majority of the players in the supernatural counsel she's been really lucky. Super powerful and finally an adult she's looking to make a name for herself beyond who raised her and who created her. So when Paige and Lucas go on vacation and leave Savannah in charge of the P.I. business, she's in heaven. When a job walks through the front door, she's even happier.

The job takes her to Columbus, Washington, which on first glance seems like a hole in the wall small town. And it is. However once she's been there for a few days she realizes it's more than that. Three women have been murdered and Savannah was brought into the job because there are signs that it may have been a supernatural ritual involved. With several different suspects involved and unidentified supernaturals in town, Savannah's first job isn't going to be easy.

Although Savannah is intent on taking the job by herself, she really wants to prove herself and her investigative skills she does get some help. Jesse is the guy who brought the job to her and Adam is around. Savannah has been in love with Adam since she was a kid and although she realizes that he might not feel the same way, they're really close. She also gets some unexpected help from a Dallas detective.

Once all the strings get untangled, everything seems pretty cut and dry in Columbus. However, there's definitely someone in the background who is watching and waiting. We get a clear idea from the end of this book that this story isn't over yet, just progressing in a more sinister manner. I don't really know what's going to happen next but it makes me pretty anxious. I have a feeling that things are just going to get more intense from here.


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