Friday, February 24, 2012

The Witch's Mark by Daisy Banks

Reviled and exiled from her home, Nin finds her powers when she meets her Mage. Their love is one writ in the stars, but he can only be hers if she has the courage to journey with him.

Reviewer: Fashionta
If you think this book isn't for you because it's about hexs, spells, and stuff; then you'll be surprised like I was. The story revolves around a girl called Nim, who has a mark on her hand that makes her an outcast by the village and is sent to the mage nearby. But there is trouble lurking and we are taken on a journey as Nim discovers her true self.

I loved the concept of this book. Because of the local wise woman Agatha, the mark is considered as a bad sign by the village and this is what the story revolves around. The story is mostly about potions and basic spells; there's really only one heavy scene which would be classified as witchy stuff. Honestly, I was more wrapped up in the story, that I didn’t focus too much on it, because I was more interested in the sex part.

Fours stars for such an engaging book and for not being what I expected it to be. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more of Ms. Daisy Banks’ work.

Publisher: New Concepts Publishing
Review Courtesy Of: ManicReaders


Kimberly @ Caffeinated Reviewer said...

This sounds like a great read....nice review

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