by Emma Mills

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With the reappearance of a lost love, Jess flees to the only people who can help her control her increasing powers and gain independence – her family’s coven. But with a bruised heart can Jess learn to forgive or will she find new love in the United States? Witchlove, the third installment of the Witchblood series, is a new adventure that takes Jess from New England to Voodoo country in the South.

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BN ID: 2940044304109
Publisher: Emma Mills
Publication date: 01/29/2013
Series: WitchBlood , #3
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 453,961
File size: 595 KB
Age Range: 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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WitchLove 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am really enjoying this author i hope she continues to write many more boooks
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love it couldnt put it down my best gess i have robly read it 5 times cant get enough!!!!!!! ;D
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wow! I can not wait to read what happens next
TLJo More than 1 year ago
I hated to finish this only because so far, there aren't any more books in the series. Thanks for a quick, very good, summer read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this book
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoy how the series is continuing it keeps you interested in the plot and jess. Cant wait for witchhunt!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This author never disappoints. The plot twists and turns keep you on edge. I love this series. I can't wait for the next one. Jess is really growing as a character.
StephWard More than 1 year ago
'WitchLove' is the third installment in the young adult paranormal romance series that continues to follow Jessica - "Jess" - as she continues to deal with the highs and lows of being a vampire and a witch. In this book, Jess is faced with the reappearance of an old love and she decides to run away to her family's coven to try and harness her powers and gain more independence. While in the United States, Jess will have to attempt to mend her broken heart and to forgive those that have hurt her in the past. This was a fun and exciting third book in a unique young adult paranormal series. Jess continues to be your typical teenage girl - she's stubborn and demands to get her way, but we see her character changing with the growing responsibilities her powers have given her and the damage of a broken heart. None of the aspects of the plot or the concepts are new, but the mixture is truly interesting. This series continues to surprise me with its plot twists and the mix of paranormal aspects and creatures, and it still proves to be an interesting ride with an enjoyable plot and fun characters. Recommended for fans of YA paranormal fiction! Disclosure: I received a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.
coziecorner More than 1 year ago
"WitchLove" is the 3rd book in the 'WitchBlood Series' and it picks up where "WitchCraft" ended. Emma continues to fascinate me with her writing in the series. Another fast paced, smoothly flowing plot that just hooked me in right away. A total must read for all YA paranormal romance, vampire, and witches fans. This review is based on a complimentary copy from the author which was provided for an honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
WhatsBeyondForks More than 1 year ago
 This book was all about the witches, for the most part. I've grown so attached to the vampires in this series, so I really missed them a lot in this book. But, I know this had to happen too. Jess had to find her roots at some point, so why not now?  There was a lot of adventure, suspense, and some all out evil witches through this story. There are also some unexpected allies which I enjoyed. The ARC of WitchLove by Emma Mills was provided to me by the author for review. The opinions are my own.
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TomWinshipTW More than 1 year ago
In “WitchLove,” the third installment of her “Witchblood” series, Emma Mills seems determined to prove that her bag o’ tricks is far from exhausted. I mean, the series already features vampires, witches, and angels ... and she tosses zombies into the mix. So, what’s next? What else can she possibly throw into the cauldron? Dragons? Dwarves? It’ll be interesting to find out. Nevertheless, “WitchLove” finds us returning to poor Jess—if you can call being a vampire and a witch poor—a trio of months after the catastrophic conclusion of “Witchcraft.” Not much has happened during those months, beyond grief, but things heat up quickly. In short time, Jess responds to yet another surprise by fleeing her home and taking up residence with her witch family in the States. The transition is less than smooth. Along the way, she finds that one love interest kisses like a brother (not cool), another has serious jealousy issues (even worse), and yet another sneaks into her room one night and tricks her into sucking his blood (could be worse, I suppose). Oh yeah; she’s also unwelcomed by a jealous cousin and has to deal with the aforementioned zombies. I loved the nod to “The Little Mermaid” and the discussion of whether or not “American tasted different.” The book’s pace was markedly slower than its predecessors—far more YA drama than action—which isn’t my preference, but the ending more than made up for that. About the ending: if anyone had asked, I would have said it was unlikely that “WitchLove” would deliver an ending to trump “Witchcraft.” No one asked, of course. No one asks me anything … but that isn’t the point. Nor is it the point to explain that any doubt I harbored had nothing to do with Emma’s abilities—which are tremendous—and everything to do with the jaded New Yorker in me, who finds faults with endings far more than the average reader might. The point is that amazing endings are hard to find and even harder to write … and by this point, Mills doesn’t need an amazing ending to hook people into the next book. Nevertheless, Mills delivers a killer ending. Anyone who says he/she saw it coming is lying. Period. I highly recommend the “Witchblood” series to YA, paranormal romance, and even light horror fans everywhere. I can’t wait for book four. Let there be dragons! 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved all of emmas books so far. Shes quite talented with writing and not over-thinking every little thing. I only put it down when i had to and even then my mind was on jess and daniel and what might happen next. The only irritatimg part of the book was it severly needed a grammar check. ( i know i personaly have poor grammar, but thats why i dont write books) i hope she continues writing and im dying to find out whats next!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book, couldn't put it down.
Bex_n_Books More than 1 year ago
WitchLove, by Emma Mills, is a magic fuelled, romance driven, paranormal romance. The book opens pretty dramatically with an effective build up of tension. This immediately sets the pace and tone for the rest of the book. Not only is WitchLove an engaging read, but the way that Emma Mills has successfully crafted book three in her WitchBlood Series is impressive. The author has enabled the reader to continue to bond with the main character Jess, and develop Jess's character in interesting ways. Emma Mills provides a shocking twist that will blow fans of this series away. One that is sure to pull at your heart strings and play havoc with your emotions. It really is that big! It was fun to follow Jess to the different locations across The Pond. Not only was there a lovely level of description that really helped my to visualise Jess's journey, but the array of characters that she meets along the way, are an eclectic bunch. This is a testimony to the author's skill to be able to craft such an interesting and realistic collection of characters. If you are looking for a treat of a read, filled with hot vamps, sexy witches and other things that go bump in the night, led by a strong female protagonist, be sure to check out Emma Mills's WitchBlood Series. Reviewer: Bex Rating: 4/5 Disclosure: A copy of this ebook was provided by the author for free in exchange for an HONEST and not necessarily positive review.
Fictional_Candy More than 1 year ago
I can't get enough of this series! This story continues a couple months after the last one ends.  Jess is about to go to court for killing Cole while being held prisoner in the cellar.  Since Daniel and Eva have not shown up since then, they are still thought to be dead. So with that in mind, someone else has to provide a place for Jess to live while she is learning about her witch side.  That's where her coven side of the family comes in.  They offer to provide a home and tutelage for her until she passes the tests necessary to become an independent individual.  Bonus, they also agree that her new friend Brittany can come. The action and suspense continued with this book, and I was not let down.  Emma Mills has managed to keep the storyline fresh and intriguing, while introducing new characters and dramatic plots. I loved seeing Jess come to America, but I only wish she had explored more of it.  For the most part, when it comes down to it, it takes place at her family's home.  Luckily the home and the surrounding grounds are large and varied that you don't feel like you are stifled.  And its not like the entire story takes place there, but it just would have been fun to see her very English side interact with our very American ways. I love how Jess is growing to be such a mature young woman in such a relatively short time.  When all is said and done, its only been six months since her transformation.  But she is showing a large capacity for love and forgiveness, and growing more and more independent every day.  And her new friend Brittany is certainly a lot of fun, and I think she is a great addition to the story. I'd definitely recommend this series to my friends.  It takes the time to shift focus from vampire side to witch side, so you get to know both very well.  There are surprises around every corner, and I found myself yelling "yeah!" once or twice during this story.  It's great to watch how Jess deals with new circumstances and how she handles herself.  I'm anxiously awaiting book four.