Treasure Witch

Review of Treasure Witch

Treasure Witch is a contemporary paranormal romance novel by Tess Lake. This book is the second in the Torrent Witch series.

Treasure Witch

Harlow Torrent, part-time journalist and full-time Slip Witch is pulled into a murder mystery when the skeletons of a man and a girl are uncovered on Truer Island.

Seeing visions of the past that are all too real and ghosts who are becoming more solid by the day, Harlow is trying to keep her online newspaper running, dealing with her meddling witch family and working out what to do about the very handsome Jack Bishop being back in town.

But Harlow might be out of her depth when the murderer sets their sights on her!

  • Title: Treasure Witch
  • Author: Tess Lake (@AuthorTessLake)
  • Genre: Contemporary Romance, Paranormal Romance, Romantic Thriller
  • Length: 248 Pages
  • Released: February 11, 2016
  • Rating: 7.5/10

I’ve completed the entire series now and I must say it’s not anything overly special. It’s not a bad book or a bad series, it’s just okay. It’s very similar to quite a few other books. It’s one of those stories that once you finish it, you realize you’ve read 7 other books that are kind of just like it.

I don’t want to sound like it’s not a decent book. I enjoyed reading it. I just wanted to be honest and say that it’s not that different from a few others in the same genre. In fact, if you’ve read Amanda Lee’s series called “Witches of the Midwest”, you’ll swear it’s the same.

Review of Treasure Witch

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