Review: Cursed Witch (Creatures of the Otherworld, #4) by Brogan Thomas

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Cursed Witch Book Cover Cursed Witch
Creatures of the Otherworld, #4
Brogan Thomas
Urban Fantasy
Brogan Thomas Books
June 23, 2022
eBook
343
Kindle Unlimited

 

Her conjury was out of reach. But when she’s flooded with strength, can she survive becoming a target?

Tuesday Larson thought she’d settled for normal. A disappointment to her mother for never taking well to magic, she deliberately put distance between her family and any witchery. But the supernatural destroys her barriers when a group of mercenaries tears through her home looking for blood.

Escaping with her cat-sized dragon to find her coven under attack, Tuesday’s stunned when a hunky wolf shifter saves her from an elf abductor. But when she ends up at a quirky hotel that unleashes her abilities, she’s shocked to learn she’s part of a race that’s being hunted to extinction.

Finally graced with formidable powers, will she outlive the shift?

Cursed Witch is the wild fourth book in the Creatures of the Otherworld urban fantasy series. If you like fast-paced action, unlikely romance, and spellbinding surprises, then you’ll love Brogan Thomas’s dimension of the unthinkable.

 

 

Cursed Witch by Brogan Thomas

Cursed Witch is book four in the Creatures of the Otherworld series by Brogan Thomas. It is a stand-alone Urban Fantasy read, so you do not have to read the series in order to read this one.

I had read a fun excerpt for this story which made me look at this book and read the blurb, so I figured I’d give it a go; especially since its in KU. It had potential, but soon became bogged down with issues and repetitiveness.

Our heroine, Tuesday, irritated me quickly. She’s a Manager or was of a Retail Store, with lots of people working for her, and she’s a problem solver extraordinaire. Dear god none of that came across. She can’t manage her life. She lets her mother walk all over her. Verbal and emotional abuse from the mom, so in her personal life she runs and wallows. She acted like a teenager, stumbling and muddling through. She self doubts herself at every turn and when the obvious is in her face, she doesn’t ask the questions or solve the problems. And, since this novel is about her discovering her true potential; well she just killed this novel.

I did enjoy her dragonete friend. Very adorable.

Cursed Witch was not the book for me. If the blurb intrigues you, I urge you to give it a shot. Just because it did not work for me does not mean it won’t for you. I’m not sure if I’ll try any of the other stories in this series. We will see.

Rated: 2 Stars

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I'm an outdoor sun loving reader living near San Fransisco. I’m a mother, wife, animal & book lover. I'm the owner, reviewer & mind behind Angel’s Guilty Pleasures. My favorite animals are horses & dogs. As for reading I love all things paranormal & urban fantasy & my favorite shifters are dragons.

12 comments on “Review: Cursed Witch (Creatures of the Otherworld, #4) by Brogan Thomas

  1. Bummer. The series as a whole intrigued me.

    • I felt the same way. Also I didn’t realize when I started that this was 4, but it reads as a standalone and looking at the rest they do too, but unfortunately this one did live up to what I was expecting. So I’m going to skip the others and move onto something else. Thanks for visiting!

  2. What sinks a book for me is if I don’t like or cannot relate to the heroine. Thanks for sharing your review!

    • Not being able to connect or like the main character is a deal breaker. Not ever book will be a hit, but it’s nice to try something new and you never know. Unfortunately this one didn’t work for me. Thanks for visiting.

  3. It sounds like a scary and mysterious read!

    • Thanks for visiting!

  4. Doesn’t sound like she was much like the way she was described and that can get frustrating fast in books.
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    • Yes I agree. I was disappointed in our heroine. Thanks for visiting!

  5. I think I might have to skip this one, thanks for sharing your review, Angela!

    • You are welcome!

  6. Oh a bit too bad for this one
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    • Ya! Thanks for visiting.