Friday, May 27, 2011

Review A warriors Witch by Stacey Kennedy

Title:A Warriors Witch (An Otherworld Romance)
Author: Stacey Kennedy
Source: Requested review
Genre: Paranormal romance - witch
Length: Novella
Format: Ebook
Authors website

Murder has brought Talon, Master of Guardians, as well as Zia, his witch and Master of Witches, to Chicago. The manner of death appears to be a suicide, but Talon is far from ready to close the case. To avenge the Guardian linked to his past, he agrees to take on the assignment, and find her killer. 

As they dive deeper into the investigation, they find themselves entering a world where BDSM is the norm. A lifestyle that Zia is uncomfortable with and, rattled by this new development, she is more than ready to return to the Otherworld. But their investigation quickly takes an unexpected twist when they discover that they’re not only hunting a killer but also someone who is controlling supernaturals in Chicago. 

Their mission not only brings danger, but also forces Talon to deal with decades old guilt that corrodes his soul. Every event that unfolds only deepens his fight and pushes him to face an ultimate choice—what is more important—his duty to the Otherworld or the witch he holds closest to his heart?



A Warriors Witch is a spin off from Stacey Kennedy’s The Magical Sword series. I really enjoyed both Talon and Zia during that series, so it was fantastic seen them get a story of their own. These two are already in love they just need some push to make it an official mating and Stacey gives them just that. These two I believe have the best adventure story Stacey has ever come up with, there plenty of danger in here. This is a light BDSM read that I very much enjoyed. Talon and Zia both are easy to fall for at least for me.

Would I recommended it- Yes, I recommend this to anyone who loved magic and danger. My suggestion is if you haven't read The Magical Sword series I suggest that you read it first, but that's my opinion. This will be a series so be on the look out for the next installment this fall.


  1. Question: In your opinion, should this be read in order, after the The Magical Sword series, or can it be read as a stand alone book?

    Happy Friday :)

  2. Redzsm- Thanks for asking, I didnt address this. Yes, in my opinion you need to read The Magical Sword series if you have time. If someone keeps in mind these two already love each other they would be fine, but for those who wants a better fell for these characters and others that will be next you need to catch up.

  3. I'm reading it now and Wow! She is one of me new favorite authors. Awesome review!And I agree with you. This series should be read in order to get the full feel and connection with the characters.

    Evie@Paromantasy<a href="</a>

  4. I'm trying to follow you, but the followers link doesn't seem to be working :-(

  5. Sounds good , oh yes :D

    And hey I recognize the guy in the back! :D

  6. I'm reading this book for the blog tour too. Just thought I would stop by and say hi.

  7. Blodeuedd- Yep, it does.
    Beverly- Hope you enjoy it
    Paraomantasy- I will get to you blog once blogger decides to fix things. Stinking blogger!

  8. The Magical Sword series is on my must read list but I'm not to fond of BDSM. I do like that in the review it says light BDSM because I just might be able to manage that.

    =) Wicked review!

  9. I'll have to put this on my list!

  10. Great Review. I just loved this book!! Talon and Zia were amazing!!


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