(PDF) Winters Curse Season of the Witch #1 BY April L. Wood

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M oh the suspense Winter s Curse has an xciting mix of romance darkness and family drama I was drawn in by all of the details it truly made the story for me There are a lot of great characters and I can t wait to get my hands on the next book Five stars all day long Wow what a wonderful story Books about witches and curses don t usually interest Me I M Too Analytical To Get Lost In A I m too analytical to get lost in a or paranormal world Winter s Curse was an The Bookshop on the Shore extraordinaryxception that kept me turning the pages I can t remember the last time I read a book that sparked my imagination like this didThe author was cleverly creative and delightfully descriptive The story was original and well thought out I would definitely recommend a Winter s Curse and am looking forward to the next book in the Season of the Witch series This is one of those reads you find yourself Dance Real Slow expressing awe at the turn ofvery page It s not only a work with a uniue concept but also pushes the limits of story The Art of Memoir expectation by surprising you with its narrative Wood uses the present tense to tell her story which accentuates the immediacy ofverything that s going on It s not often that a book unravels its plot much in the way a film does revealing its points and incidents in real time as though the audience were moving through the story with its heroine Winter of the Rose Thorne Clan The reader gets to xperience her world as she does and what a world it is It is strange in the most normal of ways with witches out of the broom closet living peacefully among humans in Massachusetts not Salem but Springfield The atmosphere of Wood s novel reminds the reader of Charlaine Harris s small town universe where vampires and fairies and weres and telepaths all mingle as though it ain t nothin but an ordinary Wednesday And "here s the thing in Winter s Curse Wood springs the xtraordinary on you in the most "s the thing in Winter s Curse Wood springs the xtraordinary on you in the most of ways slipping it in between the action From slushy tears to segregation curses to broom flying contests to pennyroyal oil tea Wood s imaginative talent shines through But her story is not without an underlying theme a message that seems boiling beneath readying itself to burst to the surface Nature at its very core is magic and is the only true magic we posses And by nature I mean nature with a capital N and nature as in our core our fabric who we are and how we treat ach other The theme here is big and laden and busting at very seam so that it s impossible to miss which I think is the point We cannot live without it and should count ourselves fortunate that it or she as in Mother Nature tolerates us For the fantasy minded the natural romantic and the conscientious reader Winter s Curse will surely ntertain An. Lies from the Witch Hunters she fled from the far north or her shady grandmotherGiven until Yule to reverse the outcome the teen ice witch discovers her inner arth magic and finds solace with friends including Turmeric of the Wormwood clan Turmeric warms Winter’s frozen heart but their love defies the Segr. Uite A Witchy Tale This "was one nchanting book Full of sadness but also much joy and love The nd "one nchanting book Full of sadness but also much joy and love The The Taste of Night (Signs of the Zodiac, end the book includes some recipes Winter is such a sweet character and you really want to see her curse lifted and for her to get the guy invery way possible by the nding This is full of cheeky wit as well as those Awe moments I loved the spells and the history that were presented I liked the way the plot and the pace flowed From start to finish you won t want to put this spellbinding story down Ms Wood certai I can t believe how much I liked Winter s Curse I m not a huge fan of witchesI don t know why as magical creatures they have never held a place in my heart like vampires but this book dragged me in from the very first pageOMG From the very start of this book you have the heroine running away from her homeland with her mother you have festivals witches on brooms in a sporting vent a gambling grandmother and a curse I couldn t put this book down I had to see where this author would take me nextThe main protagonist in this story is very likable from the start You really feel for her the author does a great job of making me care as well as showing me this world of witches She does so seamlessly It s mbedded into the story without me ven knowing itIf you like the mystical and the magical pick up this book I mean it It is worth The Time And Money time and money s curse was a nice descriptive book that gave witches a new name to me I The Road From Home: The Story Of An Armenian Girl enjoyed the magic system the twists and turns and the characters were relatable as well In addition Injoyed the realistic concepts of school and other things My only issue I had with this was that some of the plot was a tad convenient and made things tied up in a little bow "BECAUSE OF THIS I GIVE THIS BOOK 455 STARS "of this I give this book 455 stars am so glad I saw this book on Jacueline E Smith s page and picked it up Exile and Pilgrim especially during this cold winter daynight I look forward to reading the rest of the series when I can acuire them and absolutely recommend it Author April L Wood has created a uniue world of witches that also blends with humans they coexist together I loved the different groups of witches and how you could tell which clan they were in based on their physical characteristics The story revolves around Winter Rose Thorne who is trying to heal from the recent death of her mother finding her place at school and living with her pretty weird grandmother She is a patient and powerful teen witch who can manifest what she needs to get through challenges and seek higher guidance Winter has to break ancient curses to be with her sweetheart and live the life she desires With the help of another witch Clover Winter is able to solve mysteries and gain momentu. Teen ice witch Winter Rose Thorne barelyscapes witch hunters before finding herself in danger once again after a children’s broom flying contest goes terribly awry When High Priestess Rose Thorne bets her granddaughter Winter’s womb in a broom flying contest and loses Winter wonders where the real danger. ,

D for some it may remind you that very soul is a flower blossoming in nature The author gave me a copy of Winter s Curse for an honest and fair review A Lovely Wintery ReadSince Mother Nature decided to drop an ice storm on us last night I gave up on being productive and curled up with a blanket a cat and Winter s Curse It was one of my better choices April Wood has created a world where the magical and mundane co xist where witches are both casually mystical and surprisingly human Balancing teen angst family drama young love Clan politics curses and homework is no small feat but Winter handles it all with refreshing honestyI m glad I bought the combo pack I m ready for the seuel Well I did write it So of course I think it s a literary masterpiece A young adult romance with witches this urban fantasy integrates fiction with our modern world Winter is chased from her home by witch hunters and races against time to reach a safe haven But how safe is it and what dark secrets have been carried by those of the covensShe finds comfort with a boy not of her clan and discovers how unforgiving the Segregation Curse is Determined "to shift the tares from the wheat she struggles at very turn to discover the "shift the tares from the wheat she struggles at very turn to discover the about herself her curse and those who pretend to be her allies Will she learn the truth in time or will she be lostI found this story interesting on many levels It is fast paced with a blend of mundane and magic While not a typical read for me it picked up well and continued wit Winter s Curse the first installment of the Season of the Witch series by debut author April L Wood is a fantastic magical adventure sure to delight readers of all ages Winter Rose Thorne s life is difficult nough She has just been forced to flee her homeland from the dreaded Witch Hunters Now her grandmother has lost a bet one in which she wagered Winter s fertility Devastated by this new curse Winter seeks to reverse it with the unexpected though very welcome help of Turmeric Wormwood Turmeric is handsome charming chivalrous and forbidden In an attempt to preserve and purify ancient clan bloodlines the Elders cast a Segregation Curse to keep young lovers from purify ancient clan bloodlines the Elders cast a Segregation Curse to keep young lovers from clans apartThe stakes are high in this xhilarating and captivating Urban Fantasy novel The characters are written so that I could see them hear them xperience their joy and fear and sorrow and love And the setting Oh my goodness the world that Ms Wood has crafted is perfect for this time of year in which the days are getting shorter and nights becoming cooler and crisper Magic is in the air and if by some chance you can t feel it simply pick up a copy of this book for you will surely find it within the pages. Egation Curse of Old cast by the Elders to preserve ancient bloodlines Can they find a way around the Segregation Curse of Old to be togetherAnd with time running out as the Winter Solstice nears will she be able to reverse the outcome of the broom flying contest Or will she agree to her fate and remain barren.

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Winters Curse Season of the Witch #1