The Fairer Hex: Witch Among Warlocks Series, Book 1 Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
So apparently my mom was a witch. And not just a witch, but a witch who turned bad. My poor, sweet, normal dad wanted me to have a good college experience. Instead I get a magical offer I literally can't refuse, from the world's most elite school for warlocks.
Warlocks. As in guy witches.
Even though I definitely have lady parts, somehow I ended up at a warlock school to learn the gentlemanly arts (which are a lot more badass than, ahem, lady magic). Did I mention the witch world is stuck in the 19th century? Unmarried witches and warlocks barely see each other outside of society balls, which are still a thing.
My existence here breaks all the rules. Am I here for the right reasons? Or am I the pawn meant to destroy the very world I'm starting to love? When my magic proves stronger than anyone expects, and the school is attacked by a demon, I'll need help from the four gorgeous magical men who are willing to break a few rules with me. They're each forbidden to me in their own way, and the greatest danger of all might not be demons, but falling for them. All of them.
Contains mature themes.
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|Listening Length||9 hours and 12 minutes|
|Narrator||Troy Duran, Lauren Sweet|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com Release Date||September 24, 2019|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #67,225 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#998 in Supernatural Thrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
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#4,599 in Supernatural Thrillers (Books)
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I found initially her finding out to be a witch all a bit rushed. She totally accepts it, in a world when she didn’t know it existed before. This to me felt rushed and contrived. I wanted a bit more shock factor. The story runs quick, and so kept me very interested throughout. However, I felt a fair few dramatic scenes were skimmed over and lacked build up and suspense.
It was very top heavy with dialogue - which I usually like. But I did feel at points some scenes weren’t described as much as I liked.
So I don’t really like RH, and I really want to find one I do, but I just don’t get excited by 4 boys liking one person and who accept each other. I much prefer them fighting over each other to have someone. But that is just me. So this is just a preference thing, and nothing to do with the writing. The boys are actually really nice. Alec was my fave, anyone you can’t touch is always the sexist.
Overall, I liked the fast paced story line, some people said they found it confusing, but it definitely wasn’t - I like books that have big and complex plots. Charlotte as a protagonist is good, and the boys all have good back stories. I am not a big fan of changing POV. And overall I struggled with the audio version with the the strong southern American accent, but I did enjoy this book all the same.
I loved the pace, the whole concept, especially that familiar part 😉👍 and I especially, like really fell in love with the authors wit and banter throughout the whole book, it seriously cracked me up 🙈😂
This is the first book I've read from this author and I deffo recommend checking out her books cause she is an awesome writer and I'm sure I'm missing out on all her other books sooooooo cya! Off to continue drooling over her next creations 😂