The tattoos on your heart matter more than the ones on your skin.
Two years ago, Lizard Monroe was Berkeley's newest delinquent on parole. Now she's a hot young realtor with a great life, an awesome guy, and enough friends to chase away the ghosts of her past.
The crystal ball has spoken - life isn't done messing with her yet. And neither is the need brewing in the eyes of the man she loves. The eve of Halloween approaches. And whatever the sexy poet realtor wants to believe, moving beyond your past isn't the same as facing the future.
This is the first book in my new Witch Central series, featuring my well-loved clan of modern witches and those who love them. Light contemporary fantasy with a good dose of humor, a little romance, and characters you won't want to leave..
©2013 Debora Geary (P)2015 Debora Geary
Love the Witchcentral characters and their interplay. Getting fuller pictures of the lives and depths has been enjoyable.
Booked & Loaded
An Imperfect Witch by Debora Geary is the first book in her Witch Central series. With a light feel full of family and growth, this audiobook was a joy to listen to.
An Imperfect Witch was kind of a random pick for me and not my normal go-to full of higher magic and action. This soft and sweet listen doesn't quite fit into one genre either. It had a touch of magic and a touch of mystery, but overall this book was really about family and personal growth. It also touched on some of the more raw pieces of myself - mostly family support. The fact that the author is able to create a family (and this doesn't mean just blood relatives in any way) that feels so genuine is truly a testament to the writing that went into Witch Central. The variety of characters that are written with true clarity made for a entertaining listen.
This first book is mostly focused on Lizard Monroe, but we are certainly introduced into the whole that is Witch Central. Lizard's growth and struggle to accept herself was easy to relate to and I think most readers will feel the same way. If you are looking for something on the sweet side with a touch of mystery, you have come to right place at Witch Central!
Audiobook thoughts: The narration matched the voice of the book very well and I really enjoyed the pace set by Martha Harmon Pardee. Pardee never missed a beat and kept me in the story the entire time. Even with a variety of ages and genders Pardee flowed through them easily and naturally. This was a very pleasant book to listen to and as a whole it just worked.
I rate An Imperfect Witch 4 out of 5 Bullets!
I was provided a copy of this title from audible.com in exchange for providing an honest review.
I stayed with this book until chapter 12 and still could not figure it out, I felt like I started in the middle of a book from page one. Must be a sequel though it did not warn me if that. I was also totally confused from page one. Hope you have better luck with it than I.
This is the first work I've listen to of Debora Geary but it won't be the last. Being a pagan myself, the concept of a family of witches both female and male is both refreshing and a relief. The story while bent to the female side also give the males equal and just roles. Many new urban fantasy short shift or even turn the male magic users evil. Debora Geary doesn't. This fun and totally family oriented novel gives a view on a world where magic is common place if just secretly out of normal sights, and both male and female roles to support and help each other in a time of trial.
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