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Two decades ago, assassin Katherine Zhang faked her death to escape the Keepers, a secret council of witches who use magic to kill those who pose a threat to their kind. Once a powerful Keeper, she lives a solitary—but peaceful—life as a tattoo artist. Until a strange, handsome lone wolf named Marcus Delgado walks into her shop.Marcus has his own reasons to hate the KeeperTwo decades ago, assassin Katherine Zhang faked her death to escape the Keepers, a secret council of witches who use magic to kill those who pose a threat to their kind. Once a powerful Keeper, she lives a solitary—but peaceful—life as a tattoo artist. Until a strange, handsome lone wolf named Marcus Delgado walks into her shop.Marcus has his own reasons to hate the Keepers. A scientist who sacrificed himself to test the fragile boundaries between witch and wolf, he believes there's a way to harness the combustible power between the two species. If he succeeds, he'll be protected from the Keepers, but he needs a willing partner—and the delicious Katie just might be the perfect test subject.Katie knows working with a wolf, an adversary she's undeniably attracted to, is a dangerous proposition...no matter how tempting she finds Marcus's proposal. But when a common enemy from their past threatens them both, working together might be the only option.116,000 words...

Title : Witch Interrupted
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ISBN : 19306316
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 368 Pages
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Witch Interrupted Reviews

  • Mara
    2019-03-04 11:55

    There are times I strongly miss Bamagal. At times like this, when I can fumble myself in a tunnel of bad choices, she would pull my leg and threaten to take away my one-stars :)I definitely disliked this book, but I guess it's a case of what you want to read. I had a strong urge to DNF, after a strong headache and a stronger dizziness caused by the book inability to stick to a theme. It was a constant 180 swing from a (very weak) UF to a (improbable) PNR, like the hero, unable to be wolf or witch. But both story and heroine move from one extreme to the other: kick-ass to absolutely useless. He is one of the worst hero I can think of, a frigid, unsensitive scientist. The sex as an experiment put any idea and warmth out of my mind. BrrrI was so keen to get a werewolf' story where everyone kept saying there were no mates. I should have been less careless in my enthusiasm. :) No, there are no mates. But there is the same problem mate stories have. Full throttle lust with no logic nor reason. She sees him and stops any thinking. At all. Regardless of the consequences or her past.The first half of the book was a WTF all along. She is one bag full of hormones, notwithstanding what the plot said or what was done to her . The second part didn't improve one iota. How exactly did she fell for him? For his (lack of) care? His complete lack of interest or passion? If this is romance, I don't really know what to think. Well, I'm sure that there are plenty of readers who'll love it. But as I never enjoyed playing nurse and doctor, I was appalled rather than enthused. It was supposed to be romance, and I did not see it this way. There was supposed to be some action, but I was bored by the lack of any thrill. So I started skimming, even at the end where the big confrontation happened I skipped a lot, absolutely unable to be interested. The shallowness of the villain (and the other aspects of the book) didn't help.If you are a big fan of very light, fluffy romance this maybe the book for you. If you fall for the distracted scientist, too. It helps if you don't suffer from motion sickness. ...

  • Jody Wallace
    2019-03-12 09:36

    I wrote this so I'm not giving it a rating -- just adding it to my shelves. However, I can confess to you that Meankitty is not particularly a fan of this book since it's about shifter wolves instead of shifter cats. How offensive!

  • Melindeeloo
    2019-03-27 08:38

    2 stars = okay. There is a fairly well defined world of witches and werewolves in this series, witches lust after the wolves but if they succumb they lose their magic and become wolves too. Former witch Marcus (now a wolf) believes he can reverse the process and needs an alpha witch to conduct 'sexperiments' with. He inadvertently stumbles on former-council-witch-in-hiding Katie and coerces her help.Well, I went back and picked up Witch Interrupted, a book I'd set aside (darn gnat brain - I'd forgotten that I'd DNF'd on purpose.) When I stopped before I hadn't even gotten to the smexy parts, which involved not-my-cup-of-tea spanking, dominance and light bondage. The leads are fairly lusty but I never got a sense of a real romantic connection between the witch and the wolf, so the romance didn't work for me and when they got to the I love you's I just didn't feel it. So bottom line on my reading interrupted experience with Witch Interrupted is thatI ended up finishing to find out how things wrapped up and there was a decent battle scene but even though there were a bunch of parts with potential this story just didn't end up pulling the parts together in way that engaged me.

  • Marta Cox
    2019-03-09 08:52

    I recently discovered this author and couldn't wait to read more by her . This is a book about witches , magic and werewolves. Now don't get me wrong I do like a good werewolf romance story but sometimes I get a bit fed up of fated mates and all that malarkey ! I can't be the only reader to see the flaw in that idea as let's be honest whole species could die out! Oh and yes I know its fiction but as a reader I want to be completely engulfed by an authors world building . So it was with great anticipation and excitement that I sat down to read this book.Katie has spent a long time hiding from her coven and all her fellow witches. She's pretending to be dead whilst working in a tattoo parlour but it looks as if her identity is about to be discovered. She's powerful but there's a wolf sniffing around and it looks as if Katie will have to do something pretty drastic to get rid of him.Marcus is a scientist and now all he lives for is the answer to controlling his inner beast and magic. He has allowed himself to be transformed into a wolf in order to get answers to why his sister was murdered. The covens fear him and he's on the run but quite by chance he stumbles upon a witch in hiding and quickly realises that together they could find the answers he seeks.The attraction between Katie and Marcus is fierce but hatred is a strong emotion too. Can Marcus convince Katie that helping him in his experiments will help free all wolves and witches or is he too late and a mutual enemy about to rip them apart?Amazing world building yet again from this imaginative author and quite unlike anything else I've read. It's hard to review without spoilers but the idea of witches and wolves having common ground is not one I've seen written about before. It's a plot that pulls you in and doesn't stop as this roller coaster of a storyline keeps going.As for the characters well Marcus is one seriously inventive male! Strong, determined and did I mention talented! His skills are not wasted though as he puts them to good use on the heroine Katie who is such a loyal and likeable character. A villain who deserves putting down just adds to the action and I loved the humorous interactions with Katie's father.As I've mentioned the two lead characters definitely have very strong chemistry but I thought Ms Wallace kept the sexual tension cranked up which just added to the fun and trust me those scenes are very well written and seriously hot!I'm not sure if this is part of a series but if it is then I'd definitely read more as I'd like to explore this unique idea more. As it is I did feel there was a lot to wrap my head around but this author is so good at that, making her readers se their brains and not just their libido. When you read a romance by Ms Wallace you are most definitely not on auto pilot but fully engaging all your senses! Another amazing book from this author and hopefully more to come soon.Arc received via Netgalley

  • Lynsey (A Bookish Life)
    2019-03-14 08:53

    Smack your witch up.Yowzer! Did I not just finish telling you how explicitly sexy book one in this series, Pack and Coven, was? Well, clearly I spoke too soon, because this one just ratcheted that up a whole 'nother level! Hoowee! Again, it was a little too much for me, personally, but in this instance, it kind of fit the storyline as the effect of arousal in a witch is explored by our nerdalicious werewolf scientist hero!Katie is a witch on the run. A former Keeper (assassin of witches who've transitioned to werewolves), she's left that life behind and taken up residence under various guises as a tattoo artist, along with her father and good friend. Enter transitioned werewolf Marcus. As part of his mission to prove wolves can transition back the other way, he's sees the perfect guinea pig in convex witch Katie, who would be able to withstand his sexy experiments. Oh, what's that you say, Katie? You don't want to go with Marcus and be his love slave? Well, pfft! What's a little kidnapping between lovers, hmm? And so, our hero whisks Katie off to his secret lab in the woods and proceeds to convince her that not all science has to be dull...There is a slight undercurrent of Stockholm Syndrome in Witch Interrupted as you might have surmised from my description, but it actually worked in a weird and wacky way. The relationship between Katie and Marcus, as strange and dysfunctional as it started out, actually developed into an engaging romance that was believable and emotive. I loved all of the action and the complexity of the plot, and it was great to see past couple Harry and June make an appearance as well.For me, the only downside to these books is the fact that I'm a total wuss when it comes to anything resembling erotica. And Marcus and Katie's explorations of pain during sex (spanking) and restraints was a step beyond my comfort level. Still, it was another gripping page-turner and one I have no regrets at all about reading.3.5 Stars ★★★1/2ARC provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

  • All Things Urban Fantasy
    2019-03-13 10:56

    Review courtesy of All Things Urban FantasyAlong with a rollicking good and at times hilarious story WITCH INTERRUPTED puts a keen twist on werewolf and witch mythology that is so different from what I’m used to that I had to go back and re-read sections just to get it all straight. The fact that I had to go back is not a criticism so much as a comment on how attached to the storyline and characters I was by the first few chapters that I wanted to really get what was going on. I loved the way in which the two races (witches and werewolves) have common ground magically speaking and how intricate witch society is.On the romance front I really liked getting a break from the classic ‘fated mates’ scenario that most werewolf stories have. Not having to hear the word ‘mate’ multiple times was refreshing and actually made the story actually more grounded in reality with two people who are just really attracted to each other due to hormones and not necessarily fate.Katie and Marcus’ wonderfully amusing love-hate relationship is the highlight of WITCH INTERRUPTED. Their relationship has its typical ups and downs of a typical paranormal romance couple and hilarious situations that had me giggling at the oddity of these two having anything in common. Occasional giggling aside, I enjoyed learning about their sordid pasts and how they eventually learn to work together against a common enemy. They work well as a team when not trying to undermine or spontaneously kidnap each other. I adored that Marcus was a scientist, helping to make scientists and scientific experiments sexy. He is super smart, creative, and at times a touch clueless in terms of his relationship with Katie but makes up for it with some really creative bedroom techniques (most of which involve some sexy scientific method talk).WITCH INTERRUPTED brings sexy back to science and plays around with the typical werewolf/witch mythology with a fast paced plot that will leave you smiling by the end of the book.

  • The Nauti Vixen
    2019-03-18 11:55

    Title: Witch InterruptedSeries: Shifter World Book #2Author: Jody WallaceRating: BReview: Witch Interrupted is a very original paranormal novel in which there is just a thin line between witches and werewolves. Genetically, they are one in the same, however there is a whole story behind what causes witches to devolve into a werewolf. Once that takes place however, it is impossible for the witch to find their way back to their former selves. Marcus is seeking to change that. Deciding to take place in events that lose him his witchy powers, he instead becomes a wolf, using his scientific background to see if he can reverse the changes. Unfortunately, he needs a witch to help him - and having been betrayed before, he is at a loss as in who he might be able to trust without earning him the Keepers attention. Enter Katie. A former Keeper herself, Katie is also on the run - for her very life, and that of her families. When she crosses paths with Marcus, can the solve the mystery between witches and wolves?The creation of this whole genetic line linking witches and wolves was very interesting to read, and very original compared to other books I have read, with some amazing world-building. The characters were all interesting, and it has a great plotline to it. My only complaint was that it was a bit long winded at times, with the middle getting somewhat repetitive with the whole Katie gets captured by Marcus, she tries to get away - and repeat cycle. Needless to say, the characters spend at exorbent amount of time not listening to one another and managing to build up a level of trust. It could have been a bit narrowed down a bit for me, but overall a very good read. It's definitely a bit different for those who enjoy a good paranormal tale that is not your stereotypical fanfare. Even though it's part of a series, it is very much a stand alone novel, so no worries on that front.

  • Douglas Meeks
    2019-03-14 08:44

    I hate these kinds of reviews, the ones where you really enjoyed the basic story but other things in the book threw you off the story from time to time.Katie and Marcus made a great example of a love/hate relationship since they were really conflicted at the start of this story. The action separated by passionate scenes which seemed to be trying much to hard to get the reader involved in S & M a bit were about 50/50 passionate/distracting, I don't need mini-scenes of 50 Shades in my reading.The main story of a group that is trying to kill/torture them is riveting enough to carry this novel but the author seemed to overwrite this story at every turn, this book is estimated at 368 pages, from my reading she could have shaved off about 100 of those, the verbiage was my main detraction, I had to do some skimming to get back to the action with no real loss of the plot or story.The ending few chapters were excellent, the resolution was well done, a bit of humor and surprise added at the end was nice.Bottom Line: Great story, the telling of it was much too long and might lose some readers, sexual scenes were much less enticing than the author intended I am sure. 3.5 Stars rounded down for all the extra pages, other readers might rate it higher. It can be read as a stand alone but there is a book 1 that apparently is the story of a couple of characters we see appear in this novel and there are enough things left to write a sequel if desired.

  • Carrie
    2019-02-28 07:54

    I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.Having had no clue there was a book prior to this one, I dove right in and really enjoyed this sometimes hilarious, romantic paranormal read. If you are fine with jumping into the action and learning bits and pieces along the way, it works fine as a standalone read. This book had a neat twist on the same old werewolf/witch storyline.Katie is in a sort of witch witness relocation program with her father. They do tattoos and ultimately try to avoid the paranormal in every way. Marcus is a werewolf who is trying to honor his sister's memory by essentially bringing peace between the witches and the werewolves. In this world, all werewolves start out as witches. When they have sex with a werewolf, they turn, losing all their magical abilities except those associated with the wolves. Interesting, right? Well, throw in some smutty good scenes (involving some kink) and some truly laugh out loud dialogue, and you've got a really solid read.I really liked the world that the author created and would like to read more from her. The characters were great and I'm a sucker for some good, witty dialogue. This one (or this series, probably) is worth checking out is you're interested in a paranormal romance that's puts a new spin on witches and werewolves.

  • D.B.
    2019-03-06 13:04

    I got to read this one before anyone else, lucky duck that I am! Jody Wallace's trademark wit and humor shine through this story, along with her rich world building and storyline that will have you howling for more. My favorite part? Her hot geek werewolf hero and his, er, hands-on scientific approach to finding the link between witch and wolf biology/physiology. Marcus Delgado and Katie Zhang banter, barter, and spank their way through the battle against mutual attraction as they flee Keepers and the Wolves who hate them. And a show-stealing side character (no spoilers, but trust me, you'll adore him) tags along for the wild ride.Love it? Yes!!!

  • Nicole Luiken
    2019-03-22 13:40

    Witch Interrupted returns to the unique world of Pack and Coven. Marcus is a witch turned werewolf who wants his powers back and Katie is the infamous convex witch he believes can help him. Through science! It's not often you see scientist werewolf hero. Marcus managed to be both endearingly inept at relationships and a believable hero, a match for Katie's strength of will. Interesting magic and good action scenes.

  • Frances
    2019-03-23 11:41

    I liked this book well enough. There was plenty of action, and a good bit of romance. I am a bit apathetic about romance, but those parts were well-written, so it was okay by me. The action and suspense were great, and there were a few twists and turns that weren't quite predictable, which is also enjoyable. Overall, an enjoyable read.

  • Rebecca Ball
    2019-03-23 10:42

    Take a look at my review for this book:Bristol Book Lover

  • Nicole
    2019-03-12 07:42

    I tried. I got to about page 70 and still didn't have a good feel for the world or the main characters. It wasn't holding my interest enough to keep going.

  • Sarah
    2019-03-08 08:44

    review to follow :)

  • Jessica Rackley
    2019-03-04 08:02

    I was in the mood for a smutty book and this hit the spot. I did not read the first book in the series so some of the phrases I had to guess at. I did like Marcus and Katie (the main characters), but I thought some of the lesser characters were blah. So much so I don't want to read the first book because I didn't like the people from there that were in this one.The book ended with the possibility of more to come, but since it's been 3 years I guess there won't be...

  • Tina
    2019-03-13 11:48

    Basic storyline was ok, but I didn't care for the sex just as research part.