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Scent of a Witch

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Maeve da Paer has lived her life free from the restrictions of the world of sorcery and the Board of Witchery, hidden behind the combined protection of her grandparents' powerful clan magic—-and a lie. Although her life has not been worry free, it is when all that desperation and grief cause her to cast her most powerful spell ever…a spell that will end the pain before it ...more
Published (first published October 27th 2011)
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May 21, 2012 Sapphyria rated it really liked it
"Scent of a Witch" is a very enchanting tale of witches/warlocks, family secrets, lost lives, time travel, and attempted acts to change history. Maeve is the last of the Scent Witches since the "deaths" of her grandfather and grandmother. Along the way a tracker, Fionn, locates her per his father. What ensues is an extremely descriptive tale that takes you from a quaint Tennessee town to the past when Maeve was born and then back to the home of Fionn's father, Laird Hughes. Bri Clark does a wond ...more
May 31, 2012 Mindy rated it really liked it
I loved the view of different types of witches and their different magic’s in this book. I also enjoyed the snarky arguing between the heroine and hero. I love that she totally doesn’t give him any quarter and calls him on his crap. Fionn isn’t going to admit he fell head over hills for Maeve at first sight, and she isn’t going to cut him any slack. This tension is fabulous and the snarky quips bring a great depth to the book.

I enjoyed reading this book and hope that there is a sequel because I
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Apr 20, 2012 Ruth Hartman rated it it was amazing
Scent of a Witch is a fantastic read! I haven't read alot of books with a witch as a character, but I loved it. There's romance, time travel, family secrets and great dialogue. I will definitely be buying more of this author's books.

Check it out!
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Mar 12, 2012 Eve Cowie rated it it was amazing
wonderful tale, great imagery, rich characters. I cant wait to read more.
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Bri Clark is a real example of redemption and renewal. Growing penniless in the South, Bri learned street smarts while caring for her brother in a broken home. She watched her mother work several jobs to care for their small family. Once her brother could fend for himself, Bri moved on to a series of bad choices including leaving school and living on her own. Rebelliousness was a strong understate ...more
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