"...a one-of-a-kind author." —Romantic Times magazine on To Hell and Back
The Fire Witch
Elise Nicholson isn't your ordinary witch. For one thing, she can light candles with a look, and she plays a mean guitar. Unfortunately, being able to call fire out of the air isn't the most useful skill around. To top it off, she's a Guardian of the City, and the other Guardians—her two...more
I do like Elise & Remy. She's still super stubborn & I want to shake her as well -- but she's a bit more relatable to me. :) ...more
Ms. Saintcrow creates a different character for this third book in the series. Elise is mad at the world and she acts out against those who love her because she is in a pit ...more
Elise is a strong heroine that can bring her 100% to the table, making it an equal partnership with Remy...not some girl looking for her white night. Don't get me wrong Remy did have to play white knight but at Elise seems to have a good back bone.
Elisa attitude was fiery, but it was a little over the top and even alienated her from her friends.
Don't miss this explosive addition to the Watcher series.
I received this copy of Fire Watcher ...more
There's still an element of wishywashiness out of the two main love interests here. The typical he couldn't love me, I'm not worthy as he is. The there's how could she want me after what I've done, become and my background. That element is pervasive is all three books but isn't what any of these books are about. Saint row is trying to make a point here that there is a dark presence protecting the light or Lightbringer as they've become to be known. Those with some psy ...more
This book can be read as a standalone though it is in a series The Watchers. I love the books and am on to number four. I love this author. A must read of her books is Working For The Devil. Her books are great!
As always the author batted a game winning home run. Hunter spent the time working to obtain a lightbringer. Thank God I was able to escape into their journey from the ever-changing world we live in with our own pandemic.
I guess I keep hoping that Saintcrow starts writing better characters. I do like the concept of the series and Saintcrow does write a nice homey sort of atmosphere. But I have a really difficult time with characters where I'm cheering for the good guys to die. Mari was so stupid in Storm Watcher and now there's the idiotic Elise. When she goes to the warehouse, I found myself hoping the ...more
Remy is a Hunter of Talismans but he’s been assigned to stand guard over a smart-mouthed fire witch who hates Watchers and the readers can’t help but get caught up in this inferno as things quickly heats to explosive proportions between ...more
This story is about Elise, a fire witch. She is a tough woman, as was needed for her to survive her childhood. Elise is having a rough time right now and doesn't feel she is getting the support she needs from her friends Theo & Mari. They have all lost a beloved friend and mentor, Suzanne. Her friends have also gained a Watcher, a protector, and she feels pushed aside.
Remy then enters her life as her Watcher. She is angry, very angry! She doesn ...more
Based on the number of pages, I classify this as a long novella. Of the three I have read so far in this series, I liked this one the best.
Elise, a fire witch, doesn’t trust Circle Lightfall or the Watchers who work for them. It takes until around 14% to find out the goal of the story, but once it is apparent, the story stays nicely on track. Remy must protect Elise because the Brotherhood wants to get her and an artifact ...more
Elise finds a ta ...more
Remy and Elise were an excellent couple and the interplay was perfect.
The story and the lead in for what I expect in the next book was done well with no feeling of a cliffhanger (which I would have hated)
Bottom Line: Excellent plot, excellent continuing overarching ...more
i read this book and enjoyed it so much i read it in a day.
its a must to read this series
You see what she'll became (She being both character and author), but she's not there yet. Santiago and Abra were a nice surprise for the Dante Valenine's fan.
The plot is exactly the same of the previous two, and the next two books too. The heroine is slightly better, but it's potential only. At the end she's emasculated like the other ones. Pity. ...more