Title: Purrfect Magic (Whisker Witchcraft, #1)
Author: Samantha Coville
Puurfect Magic is in need of better editing. The story lacks focus, characters readers will like and the odd thrown in F word that doesn't really work with this style of writing the author is using.
The characters are flat, wanna be Harry Potter style of story telling but lacks creative energy and desire to keep reading this series.
The author tries her best to create a world of Witches at this all girl school with a girl who is from a famous family and everyone knows her. Her roommate tries hard to prove she is worthy of the school while Harper flakes off her classes. The story lacks flow, stand out characters and imagination that is needed for a world of magic.
Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for a copy of Samantha Coville Purrfect Magic
Magic is one thing. Three balls of fluff and fur are a completely different story.
The prestigious and highly selective Jourdemayne Academy of Witchcraft only accepts twenty-five new students every year. But Harper Bishop has been virtually guaranteed her acceptance to the magic academy since the day she was born. One of the many perks of being the daughter of two legendary Warlocks.
But attending the academy was never her dream. Magic, quite frankly, bores Harper out of her goddamn mind. She wants to get out, see the world, experience life in all its glory. Passing on the school isn't an option, however. So she arrives for her first day and begins the countdown to freedom.
Until three tiny kittens start speaking to her telepathically.
Which isn't normal, even for witches.
Now it's not just surviving boring spell classes that Harper has to worry about. Something evil and powerful is coming to the Academy and only Harper and her magical kittens can stop it before it destroys everything in its path. What's the worst that could happen?
Kindle Edition, 137 pages
Published August 30th 2019About The Author:
Samantha Coville is a fantasy author and college senior at the University of Central Florida. Her lifelong love of reading evolved into a passion for writing during the third grade. And then at the age of sixteen her debut novel, Blood Oath, was released. When Samantha isn't writing, she's either watching movies with her fiance Marsean or bowling with friends.