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Witches Anonymous by C.K. Johnson is a young adult series in the fantasy/paranormal/supernatural genre that relates Adeline’s efforts to determine the cause of a long-standing feud between her family and that of another witch family. Her maneuvers are hampered by her own insecurities as she learns to deal with the intricacies of becoming a full-blown witch. She seeks help from a support group for witches, but new mysteries appear at every turn in her journey for clarity. She realizes two things. First, she must accelerate her apprenticeship to develop her magic, and second, she must enlist the help of a male member of the opposing family; a young man with whom she is falling in love.
C.K. Johnson’s ability to weave a tale of imaginative proportions at a high level is impressive. In a town where many citizens belong to a witch, werewolf, or vampire family, she develops a synergy among these disparate species formed around a basis of magic and covert lives that at once is believable and fun to read. Johnson’s imaginative melding of “normal” and supernatural in a smooth flow of storytelling is noteworthy. The best authors are able to develop characters who immediately elicit sympathy, empathy, or the opposite, and Johnson must be listed among this group of writers. Her story premise is unique yet familiar in its execution and use of “norms” associated with supernatural creatures and magic. An exciting and fun reading experience awaits readers of all genres in Witches Anonymous. The next book in the series is already available!