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  • 3 down one to go

    The Witches of Time series being a spin-off of The Irish Witch series, readers will catch up with Alainn and Killian, while discovering a new transcendent witch Ainsley and Cal whom we might be familiar with. They are all joined by Arianna, Darius, Danhoul, and Tristan who is as always annoying as ever even though he has good intentions. Cal has been tasked to discover if Ainsley is truly the Fire witch and must use any ploy possible to do so. His secrets become impossible to keep when he realises that she is his soulmate. And so begins the cat and mouse game until all the cats are let out of the bag. Odrhan and his minions are hell-bent on messing with history to prevent the witches from joining forces and this time they are getting a little too close for comfort. In the next book, we will discover the last witch and finally begin the journey to defeat the evil forces at work. Advanced Review Copy provided for voluntary review consideration.

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  • Civil War

    Ms.Edwards storytelling in this book series is full of intrigue as well as the characters,she takes you back to the civil war and you feel like your right there next to Ainsley healing the wounded soldiers.I honestly didn't want it to end. I can't wait for book 3 in The Witches of Time book series.

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  • A wonderful addition to this series

    I hadn't read any of the book in this series but after reading the first chapter I actually stopped and bought the first book and I am so glad I did as i think it gave me a far better feel for the story in this latest offering Ainsley Byrne is a nurse caring for the injured during the civil war and she is finding it especially hard to hide her abilities after all she is a powerful witch When she meets other with the same skills they give her answers but they also raise even more questions and throughout it all she is deeply attracted to English surgeon Caldwell Prescott. What she doesn't know is that he has been sent through time to not only find just how powerful she really is but to find a missing book and protect her What wasn't part of the plan was for them to fall in love Can they have a future You will have to read to see

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  • US Civil War

    The Witches of Times, the newest series by Leigh Ann Edwards is by far one of the best of its kind. The Witch's Compromise (Witches of Time, #2) takes the read to 1863 Gettysburg in the US Civil War. Time travel was definitely implied at the end of the first book in the series but this is an amazing twist to add to the series. Trying to help the injured, understand a prophecy and keep her true magical abilities hidden is not an easy task for nurse Ainsley Byrne. Then there is British army surgeon Caldwell Prescott. Who is he really, surely more than simply a charming talented doctor? Others come claiming to be time travelers which add to her confusion. Such a wonderful story full of mystery, wonder, and romance during a tragic time in US history. While I guess this could be consider a stand-alone by some my suggestion is read all the books. Start at the beginning, you don’t want to mis a bit of this series, especially not The Witch's Compromise. An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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