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Blood of the White Witch (Of Witches and Warlocks #3)

4.21  ·  Rating Details  ·  1,528 Ratings  ·  88 Reviews
A perfect romance.
A heartbreaking betrayal.
An ancient ritual.
A fight to the death.
Who will survive?
Blood of the White Witch

When love came knocking on the door of novice witch, Portia Mullins, in the form of handsome bad boy, Vance Mangum, she had no idea how quickly the attraction between them would escalate. Now she finds her relationship with Vance taken to a wh
Nook, 320 pages
Published July 31st 2011 by Moonstruck Media (first published October 19th 2010)
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Belinda Boring
Sep 19, 2010 Belinda Boring rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Reading this book was an incredible experience for me. I’d read the first two books The Trouble With Spells and The Demon Kiss and absolutely adored them. By the time I began reading Blood Of The White Witch I was already head over heels for the resident bad boy, Vance Mangum and was absolutely SOLD on the series. In my naivete I felt that the books couldn’t possibly get any better because in my mind it was already perfect. I was undeniably WRONG. This book is hands down the best I’ve read of al ...more
Lori {Romancing the Dark Side}
Romancing the Dark Side Review:

Another bewitching hit for Lacey Weatherford!

In this third installment of the series, we find Portia and Vance's relationship leading to an intense and surprisingly new level. Both are extremely young to embark on this huge commitment, but their characters and personalities are definitely old souls so their union seems natural and not questionable. What should be the happiest of days for them quickly turns into a full blown action-adventure when their ongoing sea
Jul 12, 2011 Jenn rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: own
Received From: The Author For Review


Vance Mangum and Portia Mullins are teenage soul mates. Due to the dangers of their lives as a witch and warlock, they marry young at the beginning of the story. Their honeymoon in Scotland doubles as a rescue mission for the mother Vance hasn't seen since he was a child. Their leads bring them to the home of Douglas and Fiona Cummings, Vance's wealthy grandparents who stand accused of keeping his mother Krista hosta
Jan 10, 2012 Hannah-Linn rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: witches, made-me-cry

Ok, so there is one major issue that I would like to address.
So, not only is Portia SIXTEEN and Vance EIGHTEEN, which is kind of an issue all by itself. But for...months...Portia and Vance didn't use any protection when they had sex. I realize that they are married, but Portia is SIX-fucking-TEEN! And when the issue was actually brought up they both looking like a pair of JACKASSES. I mean, Portia's all like "Well I didn't even think about, we're so young and stupid and I'm a teenager
Feb 29, 2012 Pam rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I read this book in one night and I have to say that it is by far the best book in the series so far. Once again, it picks up the story of the two main characters, Portia and Vance, and moves forward at an incredible pace. The story was so engrossing to me that I cried and cried through part of the book, and I read the book through my tears. Ms. Weatherford has once again left us hanging on, waiting for the next book in the series. If you like magical and paranormal fiction with the fight of goo ...more
Jan 20, 2014 Amy rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: young adults,
Where do I start with this book??? My initial thought is WOW I didn't see the ending coming. Blood of the White Witch is book 3 in the series "Of Witches and Warlocks" by Lacey Weatherford. As with book 2 it continues on from where the previous book ended in the lives of Vance and Portia.

Vance and Portia go on honeymoon and combine it with the search for his captured MOTHER, yes the same person who Vance believed he had killed in the first book!?! Whilst on the hunt for his Mother they meet his
My Bookbag by Karen
This book is one of those rare finds, as it brings me so many different emotions. The rollercoaster ride is written masterfully. The story is compelling from cover to cover and is impossible to put down.

Author Lacey Weatherford creates a thoroughly engrossing story. She further develops the characters I have come to know, throws in a lot of suspense, and adds several unexpected twists. The book is captivating and full of passion, in one form or another, generating every feeling from joy to extre
Andrea Guy
This series is very different from what I usually read in the YA area. I jumped into it without reading the first two books, but that was ok, because things are explained nicely so that a new reader won't be too confused.

The relationship between Portia and Vance kinda creeps me out because I know there ages...16 and 18. A lot of sex goes on...though its alluded to rather than described, since this is a YA novel. These two have a very passionate relationship. The thing that doesn't sit well with
Aug 24, 2011 Aydrea rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: recommended
If you haven't read this series yet you really need to!!!!!

Dang I love this series, it is so intense and awesome! Portia and Vance are such great characters and each book is always packed with action and plenty of twists and turns! Plus the scenes between Portia & Vance are generally adorable. However, in this book things are kicked way up!!! There are so many great parts in this book and I am so mad it took me so long to read it (stupid work, lol)! I don't want to give too much away, so I w
Donna (BLHmistress)
I read this a day or so ago and I still don't know what to type, my mind is still frazzled.and not because it was bad it was far from it. It was amazing and probably my favorite so far out of the series, just this book was literally a roller coaster ride of emotions, with plenty of those kisses that Lacey is famous for.

Vance and Portia head to Scotland in hopes of finding his mother and end up in cluster of a mess and it doesn't stop until the very end which I must say -- 'loud scream' inserted
Jul 07, 2011 Beverly rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
My thoughts:
~ short version ~
Yet another wild ride from Lacey Weatherford! We see the same incredible characters in this story that we have come to know and love in the first two books in this series and only come to love them more! Another must read!

Blood of the White Witch is filled with danger, romance, intrigue, trust, deception, and love. The story starts off right where we left off in book two and the plot hits the ground running. Once again Lacey has created a phenomenal story that keeps
Susan Mann
Nov 19, 2010 Susan Mann rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I love love love LOVE this book and I love love love LOVE Vance Mangum. Regular readers will know how much I love this series and this book didn't let me down. Each book keeps getting better and better, I didn't know it was even possible. I have never cried so much or shouted so much at a book in my life. This is one rollercoaster of a ride, full of ups and downs.

Portia, grew as a character in this book I felt. She is strong willed and determined.Her love for Vance is so strong, it is her worl
Ashley - The Bookish Brunette

I TOTALLY do not know HOW I am supposed to write this review without throwing spoilers ALL over the place! Oooookay, so per usual Lacey Weatherford pulls us DIRECTLY into the story- immediately submerging us into the world of Vance and Portia's love... *GASP* soooo DYING to spill here!!

In Blood of the White Witch Vance and Portia are looking for Vance's mother, who was presumed dead... you know because Vance killed her in the FIRST book. Right? I know! Turns out that Vance's father had been HIDI
Lindsay Paige
Sep 06, 2011 Lindsay Paige added it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone
Shelves: favorites, own
Title Thoughts: Perfect.
Cover Thoughts: I love how it shows the chemistry between them.
WARNINGS: Delicious love.

What can I say? Weatherford just swept me away…again! I love this series and this book did not fail my expectations. There is the sweet love that no one who reads this series can get enough of. There is even further development of that sweet love and mysterious happenings and action. I don’t have anything to say that could improve this book. For me, it’s perfect as is.

As usual, Weather
Nov 19, 2010 Kim rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The third book in the Of Witches and Warlocks starts just days after The Demon Kiss ends, drawing you immediately in to the lives of Portia and Vance once again. Portia is in a relationship more intense that she could never have foreseen for herself at this point in her life, and she couldn't be happier about it. Within days, she and Vance are gone, searching for answers about Vance's mother. Upon finding family that he had never known, they are happy for awhile, basking in the joy Vance feels a ...more
Apr 06, 2012 Cat rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book was a disappointment compared to the first two. It is getting 3 stars because I love the characters so much. If not...


As I wipe the last of my tears away, I write this review...That shows you how much loyalty I have...

I have to say I am a bit annoyed with Vance and Portia for their lack of caution. Without any kind of thought they jump right into a very unknown and potentially deadly situation by accepting a ride to an unknown location from a stranger essentia
Feb 21, 2013 Lucinda rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
With spinechilling suspense and passionate romance this spectacular magical creation is heart-stopping.

‘Of Witches and Warlocks’ is a brilliant series that beautifully merges together young adult romance with a paranormal twist, as to create something truly spellbinding. Exciting and shocking, I was glued to the pages lost within a remarkable creation that is intense and thoroughly gripping. I was delighted to find the balance between the two genres (YA & Fantasy) to be perfect, where one c
Christine Butler
WOW! I wasn't sure I would like the first book, let alone the series, because it was so heavy on the romance. But I found myself captivated by the epic love story that the author painted across her pages. I picked the first book up on Friday, and here I sit on Sunday, wondering why the fates had to torture me so, because the fifth and final book will not release until Feb. 2012.

While I loved the series, I think my one and only complaint about it was the lack of realistic language. Teenagers, pl
Tishia (Paperback Opinion)
*This review will have spoilers if you have not read the previous books in this series

Wow, this was an emotional book! This book starts off with Portia and Vance getting married. Now, Portia is only 16, so this may seem strange. Portia seems older than that though so somehow it just works. Vance and Portia have been waiting for marriage to be intimate, which is really sweet. Not that many teens wait these days. Vance and Portia are soulmates and are just perfect for each other so it was nice to
I got this book from the author free of cost in exchange of an honest review from my side.
Firstly I would like to thank the author and the publisher for giving me this opportunity of reading and reviewing this fabulous book.
In this third installment the lovers will race against time to turn the odds in favor of them and their love. Will they succeed when Vance’s demonic aspects threaten his very beliefs about himself? What will happen when the great and grave secrets come out? Will they be able
Jan 07, 2012 Kristy rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
*Spoiler Alert*

Well. What can I say? I was no where near as happy with this book. The level of ooey - goody was totally out of hand this time.... to the point I wanted to just either stop reading or skip over the kissing scenes. I am not sure if it was amped up to convey the devotion between Portia & Vance, but I was feeling a little irritated with the two of them. The constant professions of love and 'I couldnt't live without you's' and the reassuring speeches... ya, they left me thinking t
Sep 04, 2011 Shari rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: reviewed
I'm finding it harder and harder to review the Of Witches and Warlocks series without writing spoilers for the previous books. I must say that it really seems like each book is just a little better than the book before, and so far this one is definitely my favorite. In Blood of the White Witch Vance and Portia are happier than ever, and even more passionate than ever. All sweet and gooey. I found parts of this story to be a little predictable but then later when the story jerked the rug out from ...more
Aug 21, 2011 Naomi rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Blood of the White Witch is the third book in the Of Witches and Warlocks series by Lacey Weatherford. This instalment in the series is full of action, passion and love. Best of all, it’s set in Scotland.

Portia and Vance are still overcoming their ordeal with Damien Cummings (Vance’s father) from The Demon Kiss. Vance decides he wants to dig deeper into the confession that Darcy had made regarding his mother and his father’s family. This takes them on a journey to Scotland where they find more t
Na Deela
I'm so heartbroken! This one is kind of a 3.75 stars for me. *SPOILER ALERT* for the first half of the book, I was a little annoyed. Portia and Vance fell too easily for his grandparent's lies, I saw through them immediately and I was irritated that after all they'd gone through, they didn't even suspect anything. Then the going off on their own like there aren't demon witches looking for them... come on guys! Use your brains please! Also, once again, the way these two talk to each other got und ...more
Rebecca Edwards
Dec 10, 2013 Rebecca Edwards rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I Received An ARC Of This Book In Exchange For My Honest Review

Ends with a cliffhanger.

This series just keeps getting better. This has to be my favorite series by Lacey. She keeps managing to surprise me with her stories. This one is no different and had some of the biggest shocks of the series to date.

With Vance's dad being dead you're left thinking soon they will be able to start living their lives again, but that isn't the case. We're going to go to Scotland instead and face a whole new dange
Aug 16, 2011 Natalie rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites, own
Blood of the White Witch jumps right into the story with a shocking and highly original twist. I will leave you the delight of gasping over it in surprise. I had my hand over my mouth to stifle my giggles for the first five minutes of the book.

I love Vance and Portia. They are both so very young but in possession of wisdom beyond their years. They have real problems sometimes in their relationship (though often exaggerated by magical mayhem) and they work through them intelligently and with unde
Jackie (No Bent Spines)
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Nonononononononononononononononono....yo-YOU CAN'T DO THIS TO ME!! Nonononononnoonnononononono.Who ever said true love never dies is a LIAR!!! I effing hate you so much right have no freakin idea how much I am idea.

You are freakin putting me through an emotional roller coaster. I mean, here I am, SOBBING. Only a really well written book with true feeling can make me do that. I never cry. Ever. But, here I am sobbing and
Roxanne Kade
Dec 03, 2013 Roxanne Kade rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Once again, I wasn't as completely blown away by this book as I was with the first. I've been holding high expectations as I've continued with this series, but have been left a little disappointed.

There was a certain level of predictability to this story, it was just a case of when and how things were going to unravel. I was a little shocked at the casualness with which everyone approached Vance and Portia's relationship. Sure, they were deeply in love, there was no denying that fact, but for he
Tammy Hall
Nov 22, 2013 Tammy Hall rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I began book three with mounds of excitement left from book two. Blood of the White Witch did not disappoint at all. Taking on some of the darkest deadliest truths in their lives left me reeling in hopes that this was not the end of this couples fight to stay together. This part of the story seems to be so much darker than ever before. As I continued on I began to wonder if they would be able to make it through a magical dark world of upside down shifts. The truth is out but is does true love co ...more
Sep 21, 2012 Tarah rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: ebooks
This book was just ok. I enjoyed the first two, but I really had to force myself to finish this one. The high school wedding was kind of absurd and the lack of common sense during sex was just idiotic. Especially since Vance was all about "doing the right thing". Married or not, getting pregnant at 16 is unwise (coming from someone who in fact did have a child at 16). I think it sends an unwise message to the younger crowd. I think the book spent more time on the "I love yous" than any of the fu ...more
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Lacey Weatherford was born in Ft. Meade Maryland while her father was serving in the military. She has been a life long resident of Arizona, spending most of her time growing up in the small rural town of Clay Springs.

It was while she was attending the small country school in Clay Springs, that she read her first "big" book at the age of eight. It was a Nancy Drew novel and Lacey was instantly hoo
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Of Witches and Warlocks (5 books)
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