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Conviction of a Witch (The Savannah Coven #2)

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The Savannah Coven Series Book #2 The Good Finding out she was a witch was more difficult for Willyn Brousseau than any of the nine women in her newfound coven. She's a mother, a healer, and wears a cross around her neck to proudly declare her religion. Though she and her friends are just learning to master their power, Willyn's time is up. It's her turn to stand against e ...more
Paperback, 268 pages
Published April 1st 2011 by Icasm Press (first published January 19th 2011)
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I was pleasantly surprised by book 2 of the Savannah Coven series by Suza Kates! I expected it to be good, because I loved the first book, but this one still had what I liked about the first one and managed to add more of other good stuff! The relationship between the women of the coven is still hilarious, and the characters only become more clearly defined,plus there are profiles of each woman at the beginning in case you need a quick reference. (There are a lot of witches, but it makes it that ...more
One of my passions are books about witches and I really enjoy Suza books. I love the concept of 9 witches, each one being the main character having a task to perform having their own book. Even though Conviction of a Witch showcases Willyn you still get to know each one of the others better. Not only are her main characters strong women, you can't help falling in love with the sexy guys. Willyn was not the only one to fall in love with Dare. Suza is going to really have to work hard to come up w ...more
I was introduced to this series with book one (Whisper of a Witch) without knowing anything about this author. I was very pleased with the overall story and book, so I made sure to purchase book two right away!

This story picks up three months after book one, and continues on with the next witch's trial. This time the story focuses on Willyn, who is the coven's good girl. To balance out the goodness of her nature, the love interest is a bad boy... but ladies, who doesn't love the bad boy! At time
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Suza Kates-"Conviction of a Witch"

Willyn Brousseau is one of nine witches from her coven, and she has been chosen to complete her individual trial and help stop the demon Bastraal from being resurrected. Willyn must figure out what her task will be from her dreams in order to complete her trial, or the prophecy will not be completed and Bastraal will rule over mankind. Willyn has also been having awful dreams of a witch being burned at the stake, and a demon preacher asking the witch in Willyn
Conviction of a Witch is the second book in the Savannah Coven series. I read the first instalment a while back and enjoyed it.
Basically there are nine witches that were drawn to Savannah (well technically eight were drawn to the home of the one witch already living there) to discover that they were part of the Nine who will have to keep some nasty witches from bringing a super Demon backfrom Hell.
in the first book we met Shauni a witch who has the ability to speak with animals (watch out Ceas
jackie frye
When Willyn, the healer, felt the call to the Savannah Coven she not only uprooted her life but also that of her son. She had more at stake than her sister witches; the evil Amara could harm her child. Dare Forster, also a witch with the ability to influence people’s thoughts, was aware of the prophecy, he knew the witches were on the island and came to find a mate. The first meeting of Willyn and Dare was not love-at-first sight. Willyn had a challenge to complete and Dare had no interest in a ...more
Erin Hunt
I really like this series so far. When I started I was skeptical because of the heavy church theme. However, it turned out okay. Religion just happened to be a huge part of Willyn's life and how it tied to the story line was perfect. Dare and Willyn's relationship was pretty obvious I thought. But I still loved the story it created. I can't wait to start the next book in the series.
I enjoyed this book a lot. :) It's not your usual paranormal twilight-ish romance... and that's a GOOD thing. It's got funny characters and a good romance... One of my favorite books this summer!

PS I did get this as an ARC but it didn't affect my opinion! :)
After reading Whisper of a Witch, I quickly downloaded the next 2 books of the series. Suza has a way of getting you connected to the characters and you really want to find out what happens. Her style of writing is fresh and easy to keep up with.
As the second book in this series, I feel that even more came together in this book than the first. A new witch in the coven is picked for her "trial" and faces different challenges - not just the evil, but dealing with her beliefs.
Jeaux Raynebeaux
As good, if not better than the last. I'm reading through these faster than Suza can write them. As of finishing this book, Suza has become one of my favorite authors.
Loved this one, too! Can't wait for the next one!!!
Aug 30, 2011 Kate rated it 5 of 5 stars
Shelves: 2011
*sigh* Oh Dare!...

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By the time we get to book 2, we now have a better understanding that each witch has a very serious trial to face; one that means life or death for many more people than just the witches themselves. They have just begun their training to become the strong witches they are destined to be, but have a long way to go. Unfortunately, Willyn doesn't get to train long before she has to face her trial. Along with her trial, she has to deal with her conflict between her religious beliefs and her destiny. ...more
After reading the first book in this series, I was immediately hooked on Suza Kates' books. I love anything to do with witches, and I bought this book and her third book (Binding of a Witch) after finishing the first book. I simply flew through all three books. This one particularly spoke to me. I won't give the story away...only that the witch in question was also a Christian. I struggle with my spirituality, especially since I was raised as an evangelical Christian, but I feel myself drawn to ...more
Each book in this series just gets better than the last. This book is based around a coven of nine women all who are witches but eight who did not know it until they felt a calling to move to Savannah and learned what and who they are. This book is Willyn and Dares story. Willyn is the healer in their group and Dare is the bad boy Witch with a interesting back story. The attraction between these two only goes to prove that opposites attract. Each trial gets harder and it seems with each individu ...more
Adrienne Testa
Willyn, the healer, religious believer and mother must face the evil black magic. It is her turn to protect the coven and face Dale Forster, a man she dislikes. Willyn must locate the book, hidden hundreds of years ago. The clues given to her in nightmares are not enough to lead her in the right direction. But, a wall hanging holds secrets and the clues to find the book. As Willyn struggles with doing what is needed to protect the coven, she falls for the bad boy Dale. Every body secrets come ou ...more
Heather the QueenofBooks
I'm starting to really dig this series. All the characters are finally coming together for me. I really like these women and their interactions together. Great jom Ms. Kates.... you've reeled me in.
Ron Pratt
I won a copy of book 2 in this series from Good Reads and decided to track down a copy of book 1 to read first.

Conviction of the Witch is the second book in Suza Kates developing Savannah Coven Series.

Early in the Savannah Coven series we are introduced to nine very different young women. Eight of whom are drawn to drop everything in their lives to join the ninth at an amazing island home near Savannah, Georgia. All the women are witches and all will we be tested before the coven faces an immine
Nikki Riley
I am actually more like 3 1/2 stars on this one, but since it is not an option I went with the 3. If I had read this book on its own I would actually be all for 4 stars, but the only issue is the book basically follows the exact same plot line as the first Savannah Coven installment.

I am all for a woman coming into her own and finding her own way while still finding love in the man who is oh-so-wrong for her but turns out to be oh-so-right. The only problem is when it happens twice. I am a fan
Dec 28, 2011 Kirsten rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommended to Kirsten by: Goodreads
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Virginia Rodeffer
More details are slowly revealed in this book that are important later, but I found myself a little lost at times.
I was surprised that I enjoyed book 1 (whisper of a witch) as much as I did.. And was hoping to be surprised again. Unfortunately, this book was almost identical in plot to the first book. I think I would have enjoyed it much better without the love interest aspect (seriously, if the Amara wants to defeat this coven, just get a witch to swoon over you for a week and then she's all yours) ugh.
I really like the two books. It is definitely a formula book so far. Meaning you find your magic and meet a man and fall in love. Book 3 is looking to be the same. So I sort of feel as if I'm reading the same book over again with different people. But now I want to know what happens at the end so I'll probably keep reading.
The reason I give this one such a poor rating was because I pretty much finished it today just to get it over with. I normally love books to do with witches and the paranormal, but I just couldn't seem to get into this book for some odd reason. So sorry, but this read wasn't for me.
I started this book right after the first one, and I enjoyed the fact that it picked up so closely thereafter. I, again, liked this story, and it had a few less-expected moments than the first. I liked the main character, even if her naïveté seemed a bit overworked.
I liked this one better than the 1st entry in the series, but still not anywhere near the quality (obviously this may just be preference) of some of my favorite series. If you liked the first book, I think you will enjoy this one.
Liking the series enough to buy the next book. This one felt less complete than the last one, though. Still a fluffy entertainment quick read. But more surface than the last one, somehow. Not sure why.
A lot better than number two. With the heroine a little more three dimensional. Loved the love hate relationship between the two. Improving.
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The Savannah Coven (7 books)
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