The Witch's Kiss (the Witch's Kiss Trilogy, Book 1) by Katharine CorrThe Witch's Kiss (the Witch's Kiss Trilogy, Book 1) by Katharine Corr

The Witch's Kiss (the Witch's Kiss Trilogy, Book 1)

byKatharine Corr, Elizabeth Corr

Paperback | August 30, 2016

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Can true love's kiss save the day.?Electrifying dark magic debut by authors and sisters, Katharine and Elizabeth Corr.Sixteeen-year-old Meredith is fed-up with her feuding family and feeling invisible at school - not to mention the witch magic that shoots out of her fingernails when she's stressed. Then sweet, sensitive Jack comes into her life and she falls for him hard. The only problem is that he is periodically possessed by a destructive centuries-old curse.Meredith has lost her heart, but will she also lose her life? Or in true fairytale tradition, can true love's kiss save the day?
Elizabeth and Katharine Corr have been writing since they were children. They keep in touch any way they can, discussing their work via phone, text and skype, and have been known to finish each other's sentences - and not just when they are writing!Their debut YA novel is THE WITCH'S KISS.
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Title:The Witch's Kiss (the Witch's Kiss Trilogy, Book 1)Format:PaperbackDimensions:320 pagesPublished:August 30, 2016Publisher:HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERSLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0008182981

ISBN - 13:9780008182984

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Rated 2 out of 5 by from Unimaginative I had high hopes for this one - but characters were not likable and I just couldn't get into the story.
Date published: 2017-09-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not a fan of modern day fairy tales... For Those Who Enjoyed: Once Upon a Time, Twilight, The Graces, RoseBlood, The Bone Witch I’m not a fan of modern fairy tales. Or even modern protagonists being thrown into fairytales. It’s not terribly original and it’s not doing anything new with the genre as far as fairytale retellings go. The prologue is great. The aesthetics are strong and sets up a spooky atmosphere. And then chapter one brings you right back to a boring modern protagonist, having a really boring, typical teenage experience with her brother. The protagonist is paranoid, obsessed about a killer on the loose (which is a sketchy trope at best). That’s not what I want out of a fairytale. I need something new.
Date published: 2017-03-06