Number of pages: 206 pages
Published: November 30th 2013 by Createspace
The threat of war between Witches and Vampires means England may no longer be safe for a young Witch. Hence, Miss Violet Popplewell is sent abroad under the watchful eye of her great-aunt Vera. Without so much as a bon voyage party, Violet finds herself a visitor to the city-state of X, a mysterious place where magic is used openly and Witches and Vampires live together in harmony. Or at least, they try to get along. Violet’s aunt is shocked to discover that there are Vampires staying at their pensione and alarmed to note that one of the undead is a rather handsome young man.An outburst of hostilities in X thrusts Violet into the young Vampire’s arms. And, much to her dismay, she realizes she may have accidentally bewitched him with a love charm. Are the emotions that the Vampire feels true passion or just a slip of the wand?
Broom with a View by Gayla Twist
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Amazing Story! I couldn't put it down when reading it! Gayla Twist has a unique style of writing that captures your interest right away. Gayla also knows a thing or two about how to spin romance and suspense together, I was so intrigued by her characters and the storyline that I read it in one straight sitting.
With the threat of a nasty war brewing between the world of Witches and Vampire on the horizon, Violet Popplewell flees to the safety of city-state of X with her annoying but well minded aunt Vera. Violet finds the city of X to be quite different then she expected. X is a place where magic is used openly and Witches and Vampires live together in harmony or at lest they are suppose to but with war brewing no one seems to be at ease even those within the city walls.
Its in the City that Violet meets Sebastian a young Vampire seeking refuge in the city like so many others, drawn together beyond their control they seek to stop an age old war and the many forces working against them. Can a good Witch and a brooding Vampire find true love? Especially when the whole world is against them?
I loved the characters in this! Vera was a hoot always with her nay saying and constant prejudice against Vampires. The Misses Fates were wonderful! I would love to read more about them I think their story could fit in a book of its own...LOL..Mr B was also a fav of mine he was always there with his wisdom, his humour or his help when needed. Gayla Twist brought these characters to life in such a way that you never want to let them go when the story is over and they leave a lasting impression after it is over.
if you haven't read this book yet I highly recommend it! TBR it Today!
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