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Reviewed by Michelle Randall for Readers' Favorite
Sarah Archer is trying everything in her power to be a good person and not to use witchcraft to benefit herself, which is what her mother and her aunt did all their lives. Unfortunately, a late night run to Target in the middle of PMS and a rude woman honking at her in the parking lot was more than Sarah could take. When she allowed her inner bitch to come out, the aftershock of the spell was way bigger than Sarah expected, and an innocent man was swept up into the mix. Bitch Witch is a tale of good vs evil, well, really more like light vs dark instead of true evil. It is the story of Sarah trying to live her life, but without following in the footsteps of her mother and her aunt. Author S.R. Karfelt creates a fun, easy and at times almost comedic story of life and love.
Bitch Witch is the story of a woman who doesn't want to be the same as her family before her, but has no real idea how to go about it. She works a clerk job to keep her mind occupied and to keep herself from using the dark magic that courses through her veins. Author S.R. Karfelt has taken a modern story, a woman with a desire to be something different than her ancestors, but making clumsy attempts at it. When Paul is swept into the aftershock of her spell, he becomes a friend and confidant that allows Sarah to find her way in the world. This is a reasonably clean book with no real sex or bad language, and I definitely would recommend it to all readers. I found the idea of a woman breaking away from her past and trying to forge her own life, free from what she has always saw her mother and aunt do, as a refreshing plot line.