From H. P. Mallory—the exciting author of Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble— comes her new paranormal romance featuring the sassy, self-deprecating. Read “Witchful Thinking A Jolie Wilkins Novel” by H. P. Mallory with Rakuten Kobo. From H. P. Mallory—the exciting author of Fire Burn and Cauldron. This is the biography page for HP Mallory. books in the Jolie Wilkins series ( Witchful Thinking, The Witch is Back and Something Witchy This Way Comes).
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I read the novel and its approximately the ONLY sex scene we get.
Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that msllory reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. The potential for a romantic triangle was there. Jan 07, Heidi Tieman rated it it was amazing Shelves: They proceed to talk about things that would have been pertinent to speak about several days ago.
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This is the third instalment of the Jolie Wilkins series, and the first one to be published by Bantam, rather than self-published. Hexed on Bourbon Street. I think the approach she takes toward governing the underworld could have been much more directly stated. It also follows her somewhat complicated love life between the man she loves, Rand, who won’t commit, and the man that lusts after her, Sinjin, who is seriously confusing her feelings.
I’ll be watching for ” The Witch is Back ,” due out later in Witchful Thinking Jolie Wilkins 3 by H. Jolie was very whiny witxhful annoying.
Emotionally, the story overall felt a bit insulated against what the characters “real” emotions. I felt as though she never really gave Sinjin a chance and lead him along and then Rand didn’t know he wanted either.
I did not read the prior books in this series so I did have some difficulty with this book in the start. Every time she made a decision, she would question herself and fill her own head with self-doubt. She has a new magical gift that is flaring to life, and Jolie has to learn how to adjust to her new change in c Witchful Thinking, although not my favorite of the series, was quite a wonderful addition to the series and added something very unique to the series. The author literally took whole chapters from her previous books, and put them in this one.
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I didn’t like the amount time it took Jolie to tell Rand about the binding that happened in Toil and Trouble during her sojourn to the past. Back from a round of time travel, Jolie must now protect her realm from the sinister Lurkers—a powerful breed of half-humans bent on conquering the undead. The book finally seemed to settle down into a more cohesive story that turned into a long walk to nowhere.
What plagued me throughout was the idea that Jolie could reanimate pretty much anyone after which they seem to be whole and healed. All opinions are my own.
First it was the boss thing, and then it was the bonding thing. Orignal post at my blog: Witchful Thinking, although not my favorite of the series, was quite a wonderful addition to the series and added something very unique to the series. I don’t know whose idea it was to introduce Dear Diary sessions in this installment, but it was an incredibly poor choice.
What about Sinjin – what are his intentions? I found the main character annoying as it seemed to be a stream of consciousness narrative that was giving me whiplash as she would start saying something then revert to something in the past and then back again.
We’ll see in July Knowing the person she is, he’s gonna make THIS his problem? To ask other readers questions about Witchful Thinkingplease sign up. P Mallory put this triangle in this book and the series really. I won this one on first-reads and desperately wanted to give it a good tuinking, but that’s just not going to happen.
The first two books, Fire Burn and Cauldron Bubble and Toil and Trouble, are both self-published and most widely available in digital thinkiing. The Gargoyle Gets His Girl.