by Emma Mills

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‘I know it’s selfish, but I don’t want you to go,’ Daniel said, a couple of minutes later.
I looked at him and smiled.
‘I’ll be fine, I will.’
‘You’d better be. I don’t know what I’d do without you. Those months I stupidly spent apart from you… they were torment for me,’ he said.
‘They were torment for me too.’

As the Christmas season is ripped apart by the news that Jess’ old friend Alex has been turned into a vicious killer, festivities are dropped, Jess returns to England and the hunt begins. But Alex isn’t the only one being hunted, for Mary has found a way to extinguish the entire bloodline of Malden witches, and it is Jess’s book of shadows that’s the key. As things hot up, Jess finds she must leave Daniel and the safety of Manchester in a final hunt for her nemesis, Mary. In a fight-off that only one of them can survive, loved ones will fall… daemons will rise… but who will survive?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045409483
Publisher: Emma Mills
Publication date: 11/04/2013
Series: WitchBlood , #4
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 507,619
File size: 279 KB
Age Range: 5 - 13 Years

About the Author

Hi I'm Emma. I am happily married with two lovely children. I have always loved reading and writing and have just written my first novel.

After aquiring an obsessive love of supernatural teen novels...yes I'm a Twilight fan...I decided to write my own supernatural story based here in Manchester in the UK, near where I live and grew up. It's currently dark, windy, cold and very very wet... and easy to get inspiration!

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WitchHunt 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was so sorry to find out this was the end of the series i really enjoyed all of the books maybe you will continue them later. Maybe the psycho vampires will come back in a year, and Jess can continue her story
Fictional_Candy More than 1 year ago
Well here we are, the last book in the series. I’ve been lucky enough to read every book so far, and it’s been a hell of a ride. WitchHunt does not disappoint, that’s for sure. Emma Mills has definitely kept up her steady pace of action, drama and mystery to pack a final punch in the world of vampire-witch bybrid, Jess.  In this final book we saw the return of the main characters. Jess, of course, and Daniel and Eva. But also Brittany and the coven from the States. The angels were included too, along with meeting some new ones. Mary, Cole’s sister, is back too – and she is pissed off in a big way. Since the majority of these characters have been with us virtually the whole way, I won’t go over them again. But I definitely love them, and I feel like they have really grown over the last four books. The actual time table for the story is under a year, but so much has happened it really feels like more.  One thing I like about this series is that in each book there are multiple big things that happen. It’s not all just leading up to one climax and then its over, but rather a veritable rollercoaster. WitchHunt is a fun trip, and it definitely had more than its fair share of nail biting moments. There are some instances where I wish that the story went a little bit more in depth, a little more detailed. I felt like some of the very awesome action scenes were a bit rushed through. I did have to go back a couple times and read a page over to make sure of what has really happened in the story.  Jess and Daniel really get quite closer in WitchHunt and I was super excited for it. I really love them as a couple, and I was glad that this book did not really focus so much on any struggle between them. If you are looking for heat, it’s not really there. Their behind the doors love is behind the doors. However, there are some definite sensual moments leading up to the hidden moments.  Overall there was a lot happening in this book, it’s one thing right after another. But everything flowed together and it was an exciting book to read. I think if you enjoy YA paranormal, then this is definitely a good book. WitchHunt had a bit more gore, I think, than the others in the series. It even had a few more 18+type situations. But hey, Jess is getting older and I think it’s great that the series has grown with her. So if you were to ask me if I recommend this series, it would be a definite yes. It’s definitely one to start with the first book though, don’t jump in mid-series. 
WhatsBeyondForks More than 1 year ago
All things considered, Jess has always been pretty level headed, but now she is really coming into her own through this book. I'm proud of her. We know she was always a witch, and it's like she was always meant to be a vampire too. It becomes her, and she's good at it. We get to know some of the other characters a little better through this book as well, which is very nice because you get an idea as to why they may act the way they do. SInce this is the fourth book, it's tough to give too much detail without adding a spoiler for those who haven't read this series yet, so I'll keep it short and sweet. By the way, if you haven't read this series yet, What are you waiting for? This book had me on the edge of my seat at times, and snickering at other times. WitchHunt wraps up the series very nicely. I can't think of a single loose end that wasn't tied up. As I've mentioned before, Emma Mills is a wonderful storyteller. As you read, you can truly envision her characters, and the places they go and the things they do. Her words draw you into their world. This has been a wonderful and unique series! I'm sad to see it end, but I'm happy with how it ended. The ARC of WitchHunt by Emma Mills was provided to me by the author for review. The opinions are my own.
notrow1 More than 1 year ago
I received a copy of this book from the author in return for an honest review. This is the fourth and final book in the WitchBlood series. I loved it! Jess James is a fabulous character. She is one of the strongest (emotionally and physically) heroines that I have come across in a book. She has grown up a lot from the first story, and is a very powerful opponent - being a vampire and a witch. However, she has to face an even more challenging mission - tracking down her best friend. This story hooked me from the first page! I struggled to put the book down! I must admit that I have missed these characters, as they have become friends. Even Saffy has grown on me, as she finally accepts Jess's mixed vampire/witch status and dials down the jealousy. The coven of vampires are a formidable force, but a coven of witches are just as deadly! Jess has a foot in both worlds, which comes in handy when you have a deadly foe after you. Mary is insane with grief, and has a plan that could mean the end of the Malden coven line. With lots of twists and turns, the story unfolds. I was a little disappointed in the storyline with regards to Alex, and (I am trying not to give anything away here!) I would have liked a different outcome. Nevertheless, the daemon at the end of the story certainly revved up the adrenaline factor! As this is the final book in the series, it is a bittersweet tale for me, but I am looking forward to reading more books from this author in the future. Emma Mills has written a fast paced story that flows beautifully. It is also a masterpiece of originality. I have never read anything like it before.  I highly recommend this YA Paranormal Romance if you love stories with vampires, witches and angels. - Lynn Worton