A Touch of Death by Ella Grey

A Touch of Death by Ella Grey
Death Witch #1
Publisher: Breathless Press
Genre: Paranormal, Contemporary
Length: Short Story (21 pages)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Sorrel

There is nothing Fiona Fire-Tongue won’t do for revenge. Even make a deal with the Goddess of the Underworld.

It was supposed to be simple. Just break into a vampire’s office and steal a gem. With an unwanted partner in tow, it may get complicated. The air elemental has plans of his own, but he’s about to learn that if you piss off a fire witch it is at your own peril.

She is willing to go to any lengths to get the answer she wants…ANY length!

Fiona Fire-Tongue is a career thief and a witch bent on revenge. With a hot air elemental as a partner she steals a gem. A gem that could give her the answer that she needs. But during the burglary things get dicey. She’s tricked. However, she shows what the consequence of messing with a witch is…

A Touch of Death is a very short witch story. I loved how the characters were manipulated. It was very surprising. But I do felt like that the back-story was incomplete. Yes, it was a short story but I felt very surprised when it finished. It finished too early in my opinion. Though I do feel like I would read the second book just to find out how it all turns out. It was a very captivatingly written. The ending was what captured my attention most. It really set the stage for the next book in the series.

Readers looking for a paranormal quickie that is interesting a good intro into a possibly exciting series should check this one out.

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