This guy has become one of my one-click authors. This is the second series of his that I have read. I cannot get enough of this series. Like I would seriously love it if the author just quit everything else and wrote book after book just for me (I can dream can’t I?)
In this installment of the Halfway Witchy series, Carlie has to face the repercussions from the choices she made in the last book. Even though this is a continuation of the series, I believe you could read this one without having read the others, but it would make a lot more sense if you have at least read book 3. I dialog in this book is spot-on in regards to revealing the characters. There is a good deal of history in this series and especially in this one, but the author doesn’t bore the reader with massive info-dumps. He has a creative way of interweaving all the needed details and still make it fun to read.
My only issue with this one is it almost reads like it could be the last one and that would make me sad.
Something is wrong with Carlie.
A magical storm. An ancient shipwreck. A hidden evil.
All three are tied together as Carlie must defend Wulfric against his past, which emerges after a raging storm tears across Halfway Lake.
When government agents descend on Halfway to investigate the mysterious shipwreck, Carlie discovers that all is not as it seems.
A thousand years old, the Viking ship holds bones. And secrets.
Not everyone went down with the ship. There were survivors, but they might be less than human. They cross paths with Carlie in a showdown that will bring her own secrets to light, for saving Wulfric came with a cost. Now, it’s time for her to pay.
Dive in with Carlie as she fights to save the one person she can’t lose.
Left-handed. Father of an apparent nudist. Husband to a half-Norwegian. Herder of cats and dogs. Lover of pie. I write books. I’ve had an unhealthy fascination with dragons since the age of– well, for a while. Native Floridian. Current Tennessean. Location subject to change based on insurrection, upheaval, or availability of coffee. Ten books and counting, with no end in sight. You’ve been warned.