Louise Le Blanc is a young witch who knows a few things about the world. Witches are good and the Chasseurs are bad. Good versus evil. There’s no in between.
But when her own mother tries to kill her, she is forced to flee her coven and the world suddenly seems a very different place.
Reid Diggory has lived a very different life, abiding by the creed ‘Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live.’ Working for the church as a Chasseur, literally a witch hunter, he has been raised to see the same black and white world that Lou has.
When Reid and Lou are hastily forced into a marriage, he isn’t aware that she is a witch but she’s definitely not his type.
What could possibly go wrong?
Short answer: pretty much everything.
Guys, I was so pumped to read this book based on early reviews but admittedly, in the beginning, I wasn’t sold. The pacing was super off for me and it took me until the halfway point to really become engaged with the story.
This book is over 500-pages so that means I spent 250-pages trudging along just hoping it would get better.
Luckily, for me, in the end, it did come around and I turned out enjoying the last half quite a bit. The final group of characters who joined together to battle the baddies was fun and I look forward to reading more of them together in the second book.
That’s right, I will definitely be continuing on with this series!! In short, I wish I could give this a higher rating but personally, I felt the beginning portion could have done with some more editing.
Again, however, the second half was strong and I am intrigued enough to return to this world and see what happens with Lou and Reid!