Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Bruja by Aileen Erin

Book Description:

Claudia De Santos has always looked out for every witch but herself. She fought from the shadows as her coven turned dark, and with a little help from her half witch/half alpha werewolf cousin, Tessa, Claudia is doing everything she can to keep her friends and family in the light.

Now the coven has splintered into two factions: Luciana’s army of witches wielding dark magic, and Claudia’s few stragglers who fight with the wolves. War is coming, and it won’t be much of a battle if Claudia can’t find the spells to counteract Luciana’s demonic power.

The answers lie in ancient magic, and Claudia must journey to Peru to rediscover what the Inca mages knew. Fighting evil will require a pure spirit, but her quest is full of temptations, including a handsome Peruvian guide with secrets of his own.

My Thoughts:
I completely love this series.  This is the fourth book and you really need to have read the first 3 for the characters and back story.  That being said, this is a good story by itself.  Tessa's cousin Claudia is the main character here and is working to help her coven.  She has to go to Peru to find a long lost magic that is their only hope.  While there, her guide is Lucas and she may find more in Peru than what she was searching for. 
Claudia has been a secondary character in the other books but I love how this one focuses on her and how strong she really is.  She is powerful as a witch, but also has an inner strength that is awesome.  Lucas was amazing and so hot.  I love how protective he is and what he is willing to do for her.  The story is great and I felt horrible for Claudia and the pain she felt for her twin throughout.  I can't wait to see where the story goes from here.
It is an absolute 5/5 if you've been reading the series, you must read this.  If you are new to the series, start at the beginning and catch up quickly! :)
Thank you to the author/publisher for the review copy of this book (via netgalley).  I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.


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