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    I like UF but I was a bit tired of hard kick-ass heroines. Adriel is a normal woman... who is a witch too, and lives in a world of magic. Very good fantasy with no need of being superwoman, and you can feel related to Adriel.
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    Under Witch Moon by Maria E. Schneider Sometimes a book comes along that simply charms. In more than one way, as charms are a big part of the story in Under Witch Moon. Adriel is a witch, and the thing I truly loved about the book? Adriel is a real witch! The job is messy, smelly, and sometimes dangerous. But hey, it’s a job, right? Adriel does it the hard way, clarifying and containing, working with metals, stone and earth. Nothing like having to burn down the whole house when a spell goes wrong . . . And that is another thing I love about this new series – the author has created a magical world where there are clear rules and structure, and a lot of plain old work to make spells work. Sewing silver into shirts isn’t glamorous, but it does pay the bills. So, Adriel isn’t surprised when a young girl, Delores, comes to her for a protection spell – a spell Adriel believes is to protect Delores from werewolves. But Adriel soon learns that protection wasn’t the point after all . . . For the newest game in town for young women is playing with werewolves – and Delores isn't the first woman to have played with a werewolf and lost - brutally. As she tries to uncover the secrets behind these horrendous deaths, Adriel quickly realizes she may be playing with much more powerful magic than she ever imagined. She may be good at spells, but is she good enough to stop an evil witch with a twisted plan and friends in high places? Especially when the evil witch is conducting brutal and depraved experiments? Vampires and werewolves and black witches, oh my! What is a good witch to do? Especially when the good deed you try to do winds up getting someone killed. So, now it is time to fix the problem, and what it’s going to take may be the death of her. This is a wonderful Urban Fantasy, with a realistic take on witches, non-sparkly vampires, and some truly messed-up werewolves. It also has strong threads of mystery, horror and humor, as well as suspense and a well written romantic slant which doesn’t overwhelm the storyline. Maria truly does a great job allowing the relationship to take it’s time instead of doing the “I met you one day and will love you forever as of the day after”. There is one,sweet kiss in this volume, and that is it. So, if you are looking for something sexier, you aren’t going to find it right now. Way cool. I look for the relationship to grow, slowly, over the next books. Wonderful story development! Great character development and world building. Just a truly lovely book, the first of a series that I am greatly looking forward to enjoying. The series is on my “Must-Read” list now, and should you enjoy really good UF with a realistic bent on witchcraft, this is a wonderful series to add to your shelves! Highly recommended. This is an original review for Kobo.com
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