Also by this author: My Mate's Wife , Magic's Mate , Ribbons Bows
She told Ericka not to touch the book! She warned her about dabbling with witchcraft. Magic was powerful. You never knew what you might unleash. Yet, Ericka didn't listen and now she had brought the storm right to Jasmine's door.
Enter the Witch sets the stage for The Witches of Savannah series while giving us the origins of one of the side characters in Come Halloween. We once again meet the owner of Faerie Dust, Amber Bastian, as she strives to help a younger Jasmine Burkehart rescue her friend from a spell gone awry. Cletus, a skittish ghost who seems somehow stuck to Jasmine, provides more than just comic relief in this short tale as he cautions Jasmine about the dangers of witchcraft.
Enter the Witch is a fast paced novella that grabbed me from the very beginning and didn’t let go until the story was over. My only complaint is that it wasn’t long enough, but I’m hoping Robbie puts out a dozen or so other books for the Witches of Savannah series.
Enter the Witch tells the story of Jasmine, who was a side character in Come Halloween. I haven’t yet read Come Halloween and I was able to follow the story just fine, so I do plan to go back and read that one. Amber is also from Come Halloween. A ghost named Cletus who seems to be afraid of just about everything is following Jasmine. I am really hoping to find out more about Cletus in the future.
Jasmine’s friend Ericka made the mistake of messing with spells and when she disappears in a storm in the middle of Jasmine’s living room, Jasmine does whatever she can to find her friend.
I recommend Enter the Witch to anyone looking for a short and entertaining read. It’s witchy, paranormal, and a lot of fun. I look forward to going back and reading Come Halloween as well as the future books in the series.