I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review.
This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
by Alma Katsu
Released: January 13th 2013
Series: The Taker Trilogy #2.5
Published by Self Published
“The Witch Sisters will be a fun read for any of The Taker fans.” ~Under the Covers
I wasn’t sure what to expect out of this short story, and I really had to think about what this novella means for The Taker Trilogy. Okay, maybe I thought too much of this but I was trying to mentally prepare myself for what is to come when I read the last of The Taker Trilogy. This novella is a short story of Adair’s extracurricular activities. Well, one story anyway.
Adair ventures off to a country and meets two sisters who are into witchery. He engages with them and of course has sexual relations with them. What intrigues me is that Ms. Katsu shows a bit of humanity in him, a softer side if you will. He basks in their daily living, helping around the women’s household and actually enjoyed it. It was for the briefest moment, but there it is. He will show his true self when the ladies demanded more. It does not end well. In fact, it ends pretty violently. I’ll tell you this right now; this will not be the last we see of these girls.
It is not a need to read this novella before reading The Descent, but The Witch Sisters will be a fun read for any of The Taker fans.
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