“I couldn’t buy into BIG WITCH ENERGY as much as I wanted to.”

~ Under the Covers

I’ve been super excited about all the paranormal romance featuring witches coming out lately and I had to jump on this one immediately because it sounded like a lot of fun. But somewhere along the way, I couldn’t buy into BIG WITCH ENERGY as much as I wanted to. Even though I think it had a lot of potential.

Our main characters meet on a blind date gone wrong for him. Trace, a witch, thinks he’s being set up on a blind date with another witch. Romy had a rough day after finding out she has a match from her ancestry test and may finally find out who her father is. So she ends up a bar and sees Trace obviously being stood up so she plays as if she’s the date and decides to just have a good time to forget about her very serious life problems.

I love reading stories about families and I was interested in the dynamic of Romy finding a whole family she didn’t know anything about and finding out she’s also a witch. Not quite as satisfying it could’ve been. And I think not as witchy as I wanted either.

And then we have the romance. While at first meet I thought Trace and Romy had potential together, as the story progresses I certainly hit some bumps in that road. Mainly with Trace’s attitude and sometimes just the way either was behaving. Just didn’t make sense and got on my nerves a bit.

I really wish BIG WITCH ENERGY would’ve delivered what I was hoping. The story and concept are so much fun, and the characters had potential. But for me, this needed a bit more fleshing out in the writing and flow and missed the mark.



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4 Comments

  1. I’m usually a fan of Kelly’s work…sorry to hear this doesn’t measure up to her usual standard . Thank you for the review.

  2. I’m usually a fan of Kelly’s work…sorry to hear this doesn’t measure up to her usual standard . Thank you for the review.