Spellcaster by Cara Lynn Shultz
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I think out of the two books in this series, I enjoyed this one a lot more than I enjoyed the first. The biggest pull right now is how we see Emma grow using her powers. There are a lot more instances of Emma practicing all of her witchy skills and that's what I enjoy. I like seeing characters using magical powers.
The story between Emma and Brendan hasn't changed. It continues to grow in this book though. That's great because we get to see how they're evolving as a couple. I really enjoy their relationship because he's a sweet guy and Emma, well Emma needs help, but yet she realizes that she can really take care of herself. It's nice to see empowered female characters when we usually see female characters that need a boyfriend to define themselves. It's refreshing.
I'm also glad to see that Emma continued her relationship with her witchy friend Angelique. I like that Emma is an all encompassing character that doesn't feel like she has to ignore certain people to withold a status. She's a very likable character.
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