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The Watchers

She makes several bad choices which categorizes her as too stupid to live. The Story It’s a nightmare that just won’t stop. Anya lacks self-esteem and is so timid, scared and skittish, it’s imposable to do or say anything in case she bolts. But being a Watcher is never as simple as it looks. Fate leads her to the Rowangrove and the three witches who happen to be the Guardians of the City.

Especially when that help knows what it’s doing. With no reserve money left and absolute no hope remaining, she heads to Santiago City. Jun 17, Dr susan rated it really liked it Shelves: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Then all of a sudden she just changes her mind on something she had such strong feelings about. To view it, click here. I liked the characters even if they were a bit on the shallow side. She Wolf and Cub. The world I saw only reflects the fact that Watchers are there to obey their Witches.


And then she winds up in this town that has other witches with protectors watchers. Trivia About Cloud Watcher Th Paperbackpages. Working for the Devil. I am a little nervous but I am running right into Mindhealer because I got all of them though interlibrary loan and cant renew or space them out.

I mean it was fine but just not as good as the first one. Jack wasn’t much better. And why do I keep reading this series when it makes me nuts?

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The review must be at least 50 characters long. Other books in the series. This book reveals a disturbing Machiavellian aspect to the dark sides. Telegraphing your ending isn’t good. I just want to shake her senseless and start over. Jack’s the only one who can save her. It’s the before-the-bonding that each one drives me nuts. She answers an ad for help at the Rowancraft store where she meets Jacy Gray who tells her he is her Watcher.

Averik Rhodes is the procurator-general for Wescorp. I want to like these books more than I actually do. With the ability to push peoples minds, I would think this witch would be a little more empowered. They also kept throwing hints of maybe there was more to him but that was never fully explained.


She and her library co-habitate in Vancouver, Washington. But, it’s the formula for this series to have the latest wwtcher an absolute idiot. A tall skyscraper, its windows reflecting the blue, cloudy sky, a broken window belching flame, and also reflecting a really weird looking demon. Okay, so this wasn’t my favorite book of hers. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: Although untrained, Anya Harris is a talented witch whose bright field has made her a target for the dark.

As per usual with Ms Saintcrow the setting is intriguing, unfortunately here both plot and characters were cringe wor I guess it’s normal, it was supposed to happen sooner or later. And how easily they accept him!

The Watchers Series by Lilith Saintcrow

This story is another one filled with angst and persecution. You submitted the following rating and review. I received this book for free from the library in exchange for an honest review.

Her ability is not as physically damaging as a fire witch, but it is just as deadly if not more so. I think it’s this warmth that keeps drawing me back.