A Review On For the Love of a Witch by Sarah-Jane Lehoux

A knight, loyal to his queen, goes off to fight the dangerous dragon that has been terrorizing the towns, leaving many townsfolk for dead. Eoin goes off ready to kill the dragon, but on the way, finds something he leasts expect. Through For the Love of a Witch, we get the love story of the witch who saves Eoin and the close bond that they form through the chaos that surrounds them.

For the Love of a Witch gives us the bond of our witch and Eoin when the witch saves Eoin from monsters. At first, their relationship is stilted, closed off, tense. But, curiosity gets the best of the witch and she begins to act more friendly toward Eoin. For Eoin, he has always known that to never trust the witch from when he heard stories of her when ready to defeat the dragon. But, they really begin to know each other and that’s when they begin to trust each other.

Book: For the Love of a Witch by Sarah-Jane Lehoux
Series: Standalone
Publication Date: October 15, 2020
(Thank you BookSirens for this e-ARC in exchange for an honest review)
While this book has already been out I did receive it early so thank you again BookSirens!
Tags: Fantasy, young adult, romance, mythology, dragons
Links: Goodreads | Ebook | Paperback | Hardback | Audio
Read: December 1, 2020 to December 5, 2020


To kill a Beast, he must first unravel the mystery of a strange and savage Beauty

Many years have passed since a merciless dragon known only as the Beast blazed a path of destruction across a once peaceful land, and although he now sleeps beneath the earth, his wicked influence continues to spread, corrupting everything and everyone it touches.

In a neighboring kingdom, a naive young knight named Eoin hopes to finally break the dragon’s curse, as well as win the respect of his family and the heart of his Queen. He’s always been taught that morality is as absolute as authority, but after crossing paths with a beautiful yet notorious witch, Eoin discovers that the line between good and evil isn’t as clear-cut as he was led to believe.

Though tempers flare, their attraction to one another cannot be denied, and when Eoin is ambushed by a horde of monsters with eerily human eyes, it is the witch who rescues him from the brink of death. What does she want from him? Is she friend or foe? While recovering under her care, Eoin begins to suspect that the witch is also the keeper of a truly horrifying secret, one that could throw the entire world into chaos. And meanwhile, the Beast is waiting.


Rating: 4 out of 5.

Spoiler Free Review

A knight, loyal to his queen, goes off to fight the dangerous dragon that has been terrorizing the towns, leaving many townsfolk for dead. Eoin goes off ready to kill the dragon, but on the way, finds something he leasts expect. Through For the Love of a Witch, we get the love story of the witch who saves Eoin and the close bond that they form through the chaos that surrounds them.

For the Love of a Witch gives us the bond of our witch and Eoin when the witch saves Eoin from monsters. At first, their relationship is stilted, closed off, tense. But, curiosity gets the best of the witch and she begins to act more friendly toward Eoin. For Eoin, he has always known that to never trust the witch from when he heard stories of her when ready to defeat the dragon. But, they really begin to know each other and that’s when they begin to trust each other.

I gave For the Love of a Witch four stars, enjoying Eoin and the witch and how their relationship started off very reluctant but became something more. They didn’t trust each other at all but as time passed by and when the witch was helping Eoin recover from his injuries, they get closer. I found their relationship blossom in an amazing way that was slow but you can see that it wasn’t love at first sight or that they took any part of their relationship too fast.

For me, I think that they really individually developed stronger as characters. I found that Eoin had a more open mind and really wanted to get to know our witch better, but, the witch was still very closed off and hesitant in trusting a human, like Eoin. The witch’s character development was amazing and I think that between Eoin and her, the witch grew to be such a strong character and throughout the book, you could really see how she was closed off in the beginning but began to trust in Eoin, a human that she never really trusted because many humans in the past most likely hurt her badly.

I really enjoyed my time reading For the Love of a Witch and am glad I got the opportunity to read a fantasy fairy tale like this one. The character development was strong and even the relationship between each other was strong. All in all, the development was a fantastic addition to the story.

Thank you again to BookSirens for providing me an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

I hope you guys have a great day, please like and comment down below if you enjoyed this book as well or if you plan on reading it!

Loves,

Veronica Chen

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