Monday, August 2, 2010

Review: Whisper Of A Witch by Suza Kates

About The Book:
(From Author's Website)

Shauni Miller has no idea why her life is changing, but she must answer when an unknown force summons her to a mystical island. She also harbors a secret, one that has the potential to alter her life forever.
Dr. Michael Black helps Shauni in her time of need, but sees more in the raven-haired temptress than she ever meant to reveal. He knows she’s hiding something, but then, so is he.
Only the fates know what role they will play in a centuries-old prophecy. Or if one of them has to die.

What I Thought:

*squee* I may have just found a new favorite series! Whisper Of A Witch is the first book in the Savannah Coven Series. (I gather that there will be 8 more...Happy Dance!)

This first book really hooked me as it introduced me to the coven and Shauni. (She's the main character in Book 1.) I love how Suza made each of these characters so different and interesting. She really opened up the way for a great series!

I simply adored this book and personally found it to be different and refreshing. If your a paranormal fan and looking for something new then maybe this is one for you to try! (and Suza...I expect you to fill me in on the next book...*grin*)

About The Author:

Suza Kates was born in Jacksonville, Alabama, the youngest of five children. Growing up surrounded by siblings and parents who were bookworms, she naturally developed a love for the written word. She attended Jacksonville State University, majoring in English and biology.
After receiving her degree, Suza pursued a lifelong dream to live abroad, teaching English to students from various countries. A long, cold, German winter caused her to pick up the pen and begin writing. Then she was hooked.

Upon her return home to the States, she taught at a local community college while going back to school herself for a degree in nursing. During the few hours that remained between classes, clinicals, and studying, she worked on her novel, She Who Is Hidden. This book opened the door to a world of romance fueled by history, adventure, and peril that developed into the She Trilogy.

Shortly after graduating, Suza moved to Savannah, Georgia. It is there among the moss-covered oaks and whispered secrets that she continues to find inspiration for The Savannah Coven Series and the various kinds of trouble her witches seem to conjure.

Visit the author's website here.


  1. Great review - and thanks for the heads up.

    Being a Georgia girl myself I love reading books that are set in this beautiful state. Having lived in Savannah as a teenager, I can easily see how inspiring that city can be.


  2. Sounds like you enjoyed this one very much! *YAY* It's great when you find a new series you like....almost a promise of good reading to come. ^_^