Sage Merriweather and his family are witches. But good
ones, not bad
ones. At least he was until bonded with a demon that
changed him. He
is bound to protect Marianne Grey, his sister-in-law
Julia's younger sister.
Marianne is a ghost with her physical body at Merriweather
Manor, in a
sleeping state. Invisible to everyone but Sage and her
sister, he is intent
on finding someone to remove the spell placed on her by
Drake, and return Marianne to her body.
I completely enjoyed this tale of mystical power, witches
from the Merriweather Witches series. A true
storyteller, Tricia Schneider kept me tied
to my seat in anticipation of what's to happen next. THE
WITCH'S KISS is a pleasure
to read, wondering the whole time how this character is
going to right
the wrongs to a happy ending. I have not had the pleasure
of reading any
of Tricia Scneider's works before, but would certainly
enjoy doing so again.
She is a woman with great imagination and the ability to
Marianne Grey is a ghost. But, she's not dead. Cursed by a
necromancer, Marianne searches for the elusive spell
to merge her spirit with her physical body. She's not
in her search. Her neighbor and best friend, Sage
Merriweather, has vowed to help her break the curse.
Sage suffers from his own demons. Literally. After
a horrific attack, a demon has bonded with him, mutating
Sage's magic so he can only conjure fire. Until he can
the bond, he is a danger to everyone near him, including
those he loves.
From the glittering ballrooms of London to eerily dark
graveyards, Marianne and Sage battle forces of evil
to claim their souls for eternity. Though their newfound
love for each other may be the toughest battle of all.