Book Review: Witch Hunt by Ruth Warburton

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London, 1880. Eighteen-year-old Witch Hunter Luke Lexton has failed his initiation into the Malleus Maleficorum – the secretive brotherhood devoted to hunting witches. Instead of killing the witch he picked from the Book of Witches, he has committed the worst possible crime: he has fallen for her. Sixteen-year-old witch girl Rosa Greenwood has failed to secure her struggling family’s future by marrying the handsome, cruel, rich and powerful Sebastian Knyvet. Instead she has set fire to his factory and has brought disgrace on her family. Now together they are on the run – from Rosa’s ex-fianc? and from Luke’s former brothers in the Malleus. As they flee across England, and with the danger of their past catching up to them …can they overcome their differences? Can a witch hunter ever find love with a witch girl? ‘Gorgeously romantic.’ Amanda Craig, The Times.

Jan Review

Really loved the continuation of this story from book one, the passion, the chase, the description and the ending ack the ending you think you know that it all finally over and that the happily ever after has finally arrived and then no no no it sadly is not to be.  I tryed to see if another book was in the works but have not seen anything please tell me we get a happy ever after at some point i am to emotionally attatched to rosa and luke they need their happily ever after.

 

 

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