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Witches in Flight (WitchLight Trilogy #3)

4.36  ·  Rating Details  ·  2,938 Ratings  ·  117 Reviews
Ghosts from Lizard's past--and the man who wants to be her future.

The empty places in Elsie's soul--and the temptations of raspberry-laced courage.

Walk once more with Jennie's students as they come to the end of their WitchLight journeys.
ebook, 413 pages
Published March 26th 2012 (first published March 25th 2012)
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Apr 03, 2012 Ashley rated it it was amazing
Sometimes I feel like my reviews of Debora Geary’s books must get tedious, because they all say how much I love the books. Witches In Flight is no exception, so if you’re sick of hearing how much I love these books, and you’ve not read them yourself yet, well, then…. keep reading and deal with it.

This final installment in the Witches on Parole sub trilogy to the “Modern Witch” series wraps things up nicely. We’ve seen Lizard and Elsie grow with the support, community, and love of Witch Central.
Mar 28, 2012 Nancy rated it it was amazing
Oooooh nooooo....I've read as slowly as I could, procrastinated with chores and projects and I'm still done too soon. I don't want to be done, I want to continue to savor the beauty in the writing, the love and the humor in the relationships and yes, the sweet magic that is Witch Central. More, please!
Joe Young
Apr 01, 2012 Joe Young rated it really liked it
Another adventure in "Love Land" with two of my favorite evolving witches, Lizard and Elsie with a supporting cast of many, all there to provide support and love for those newbies just finding their way. I really enjoy the non-witch Natalie, pregnant as ever surprising her witch husband and neighbors while still teaching Yoga. I do have difficulty reading Debora's books with any speed because of the frequent tweaks to my emotions that call up tears and blur my eyes. I've been reading her books l ...more
Tam B.
Apr 21, 2012 Tam B. rated it it was amazing
This book is the last in the Witches on Parole trilogy. If you haven't read the previous books - do. If this is your first foray into Debora Geary territory then give yourself the gift of tracking down the first book in the Modern Witch series and start there and work your way back to this book. You won't regret it.

This book wraps our journey with Elsie and Lizard and what a fantastic journey it's been. I've greatly enjoyed the transformation of two strong women from uptight, over-organised, tim
Mar 30, 2012 Sienna rated it liked it
Shelves: kindle, 2012
Ah, my favorite guilty pleasure of 2012: Debora Geary's witches... and their problematic approach to happiness. This, the final book in the Witchlight trilogy, brings Elsie and Lizard's story to a satisfying conclusion*. It's full of good advice, crises averted, delicious food, gorgeous yarn and wonderfully developed, sympathetic — but by no means simple or easy — characters. Our heroines have learned a lot over the course of these three books, and are even beginning to recognize what Vero and M ...more
Maria Elmvang
The last book in the trilogy. While I liked the second one the best (oddly enough... usually that's the weakest in a trilogy), this one made for an utterly adorable read as well. I loved Josh, I loved his great-uncle, I loved all the members of Witch Central - witches and non-witches alike. I would have liked to see at least one non-witch be absolutely bowled over by the fact that witches exist though... they all seemed to take it pretty much in stride.

There's no real plot in this book, but the
May 23, 2013 Estara rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Estara by: Sho
Shelves: ebook, read-in-2013
A great book of new beginnings and endings, and changing of the guard. And everyone is satisfied ^^. If you can't stand a multiple HEA book (with only one real new romance, though), don't read this series.

And Elsie really has it the toughest, I feel, finally spreading her wings and flying right into the sun.

Oh and I REALLY appreciated an important coloured character in a Witch Central series. There aren't many. Govin... and who else? The prospective lover of Nathan from Costa Rica? Hmmm.
I also t
Jan 08, 2013 Sho rated it really liked it
Shelves: urban-fantasy
great ending to the 3 set of books about witches in trouble(rut) and need help. I just love the way author created the world where everybody is loving, supporting and tough. All the women and some men in these books are so attracive as a person. You really want to get to know them and join the Witch Central.

Now that I gobbled up all there is from Geary sensei.... Next please?
Joanne G.
May 27, 2014 Joanne G. rated it liked it
Sigh. I like sequins, tattooed fairies, babies, and sunshine. So, there.
Oct 31, 2014 M rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This was an excellent end to the trilogy. The characters continue to be enjoyable, and I think Lizard's fear of her own greatness and success is something I may have to deal with at some point in the near future. Every character who gets a point of view section is well written, and though it's always in the third person, each time the viewpoint shifts, there's a lot done to make the different characters feel like they have different voices. Both women's journeys come to natural albeit occasional ...more
Beckie Treble
Apr 24, 2012 Beckie Treble rated it it was amazing
NOOOOOO The trilogy is over :( SADS!!! I love the series, both the Witchlight and the Modern Witch series. I love Lizard and Elsie, I mean, awesome much??
No more "stupid" as if she ever stupid to begin with.

I would LOVE to see them again in the other "A modern witch" books, pleaseeeee Debora!! Bring them back?? PLEASE????

Apr 04, 2012 Dolly rated it really liked it
Really a 4.5

What a fantastic ending to this series. I really hope we see Elsie and Lizard again in future novels.

Fantastic series. Take a chance. You won't be sorry!!
Dec 18, 2013 Lenora rated it it was amazing
Once again, Debora Geary sucked me into the story with her characters and plot that touched my heart.
Nov 24, 2015 Kristen rated it it was amazing
Not my favorite book in the series, but a solid one. Reading so many books by one author in such a short time frame can have a couple effects. One, in this case I feel like my soul is drinking pure happiness. Two, small repeated turns of phrase become much, much more obvious. And when the writing isn't extremely high caliber (sorry, Deborah), it's more obvious that those are the author's phrases and not the characters'. Especially when it's always someone different saying them.

Still, I love the
Oct 28, 2015 Sarah rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed the Witch Light series. I enjoyed it more than the Modern Witch series.

Witches in Flight was a very good wrap up to the Witch Light series. I rounded out the story. I really enjoyed all the characters, and even Elsie grew on me. I also gave more insight into a lot of the characters, witches and non-witches of the various series.

Witches in Flight made me wish two things. Number one that I was a witch, although all the books in the series make me feel that way. Number two that I
Debora Geary
Mar 29, 2012 Debora Geary added it  ·  (Review from the author)
The new release :)
Feb 18, 2014 Susan rated it it was amazing
ms. Debora Geary does it again! I feel so wonderfully lucky to have found her as an author so I could enjoy these series' and have a read that is not gooey mush, extreme violence or outrageous x-rated love scenes.

This book concludes the journey of Lizard and Elsie through their Witchlight programs. little do they know that they have been guiding themselves through what will probably be hardest parts of their journeys.

Can Elsie let herself go to be the free spirit that she longs to be without ha
This is the third book in a trilogy by Debora Geary. It follows the last month or so of Lizard's and Elsie's involvement in the Witchlight program, a mentoring program for witches. In this last book, we see Lizard grow more confident and aware of herself as a worthwhile person. She learns to trust in her own worth and accept her accolades for what they are--something to be proud of. Elsie on the other hand, learns to relax her boundaries even further and explore the side of her she has never exc ...more
Oct 07, 2012 Susan rated it it was amazing
This is my last review of "witch books" for awhile. I feel as though I have exhausted myself, but when I get into something, I tend to get into it in a big way. In the final book of the Witchlight Trilogy, Elsie and Lizard face their dares and become the women they are supposed to be.

Nat, Lauren and Jennie all evolve into amazing women due to these remarkable two witches. It feels like they all have come full circle as this series comes to an end.

Elsie faces her fears and finally lets go, litera
Apr 04, 2012 Lidia rated it it was amazing
We have known Lizard as a difficult girl, lived in the street and on parole and Elsie, a young psychologist, life steril and joyless.
Both were accepted by the community of witches in Berkeley, by Jennie their guidance, Nat and his wife Jamie, Lauren, Caro, Vero and Melvin and the small and talented Aervyn four years old.
Lizard attending university, able to read the poems I wrote and designed a project that could make her a millionaire, should only be able to feel worthy of love and luck that s
Masha Toit
Apr 07, 2012 Masha Toit rated it it was amazing
Once again, the perfect book for a rainy day with a good supply of snacks :)
And while this is a light and happy book, it is also filled with warmth and wisdom - and not all the answers are easy.

In this final book of the WitchLight trilogy, Lizard and Elsie take on the challenges posed in the first two books.Elsie has shaken off her overly self-concious and controlling habits, but discovers that opening up to the world can waken some rather dangerous passions. Lizard has to finish what she starte
Lizard and Elsie, set free from their chains of self-hatred and uncertainty, are finally ready to fly...and to learn the hard lessons that come with the first few failed attempts to leave their cages behind. With the support of their new Witch Central family, however, the girls are able to learn from their mistakes and to find the courage and daring to make their wildest dreams come true.

An oasis. That's the perfect word for a Debora Geary book. Geary's touching plots, endearing characters and
Gretchen Fatouros
Feb 26, 2014 Gretchen Fatouros rated it it was amazing
Shelves: modern-witch
Love watching Elsie grow now & lots of great stuff that could also be used as a reader to help improve your own life. Lizard - can't help but love her (as it's obvious the author did)! Just loving watching both of them grow up and become their own person. Love the relationship growing between Josh and Lizard. And some excitement happens with Elsie, too.

You'll see Lizard again (a little here and there), but would love to see more of her and Elsie in the future!

Order for reading these books:
J.L. Lawson
Jul 08, 2013 J.L. Lawson rated it it was amazing
Recommended to J.L. by: all the books in the series before...
I picked up "A Modern Witch" out of curiosity. Six days later, and ten novels of pure spell-binding obsession, I find I have a distinct difficulty forming the words for this review---from an author with even more and longer novels under his belt that is a little embarrassing.

It's like this: You walk the same steps to your job everyday, knowing that there aren't but a handful of people who will ever really know what you do and how you do it. Then the toe of your shoe catches something in the
Apr 27, 2012 Marti rated it really liked it
Shelves: fantasy
This was another delight from Deborah Geary. It is the final book of the Witchlight series and we get to see the further development and happiness of Lizard and Elsie. Of course, our old friends, superboy Aervin, realtor and mind witch Lauren, the renown photographer and mind witch Jennie, and many others. I thought that Geary might have had a scene between Elsie and Lizard in which she lets out some of the details of when Grammey died, whatever became of Lizard's parents, and more about what ha ...more
Apr 03, 2012 Diane rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2012-books, favorites
This is the third and final book in the WitchLight trilogy by Debora Geary and another great book about the Witch Central community. This third book about Lizard and Elsie brings their story to an end and tells how they learn to leave their old selves behind and find a new way forward with the women they've learned they are, can be and could be.

The women are very different yet become best friends. They have very different hurdles to overcome and aspects of themselves to work on changing yet bre
Carissa Crabb
Oct 23, 2014 Carissa Crabb rated it it was amazing
This is the last book in Elsie and Lizard's WitchLight journey. They both have lots of choices to make before the office cal end and the start of their new lives. The strangest thing about this series is the complete absence of Jennie's husband. He doesn't even have a name. This is particularly weird when we seem the great support Vero and Walter are to each other, as well as Jamie and Nat. Why does Jennie even have a husband at all? Make me curious why the author wrote it that way.
Jul 01, 2015 Swanbender2001 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I loved this trilogy.

Elsie and Lizard become settled into new paths for their lives after their stints with Witchlight ends continuing with their lives in the Witch Central community they have grown to love and thrive within. Jenny, Nat, Lauren, Caro and Helga take on a bigger leadership role in Witchlight as Vero and Melvyn head for the warmth of Tahiti and the future holds so many interesting stories for all of these folks and for the readers who have come to love them
Oct 25, 2015 Susan rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2012, paranormal
I loved the first book - and didn't expect the second on of this trilogy to be as good, and yet it was. Now the third installment in the journey of Lizard and Elsie is available, and while I definitely wanted to read it, I couldn't imagine it could be better than the first two. And yet, it was. It was better than the first two put together!

Yes, it's all happy / happy endings. No, it's not entirely sugar coated fake positive happy fluff. There is some deep and difficult moments for the two heroi
Sep 12, 2013 Elizabeth rated it really liked it
I have absolutely loved all the Witch books from Debora Geary. Witches in Flight is the final in a spin off trilogy featuring all the same characters at closer look. This final book brings the close to Lizard and Elsie's journey of self discovery. Very satisfying!

I read the first book, A Modern Witch on August 23 and as of September 11, have read the 7 in the Modern Witch series and the Witchlight trilogy. I am eagerly awaiting Geary's newest book, due September 21! As you read the books, it is
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