Thursday, January 31, 2013


By: Tim O'Rourke
Published By: Tim O'Rourke
Released : Available Now
Details: Kindle


Blurb: Goodreads

Twenty-year-old Sydney Hart has always made mistakes and when she meets Michael Grayson, she soon comes to wonder if she hasn’t made the biggest mistake of her life. That one moment of passion between them causes Sydney’s world to spiral rapidly out of control.

Suffering from nightmares, Sydney soon realizes her life and the people closest to her aren’t who, or what she believed them to be.

Fearing she has been cursed, Sydney attempts to unravel the dark secrets that surround her, and is desperate to discover why a dying man called her ‘Witch’.

A racy, paranormal romance with a chilling twist.

BOOK REVIEW by Michelle:

Witch is a playground of twists and turns. My brain was doing its own parkor with theories.

This was a very clever read.

Love the characters. Each brings their own twists to the party. One, totally got me. I was on to something, had a theory, and then Bam! WT!!!

Sydney Hart has a side to her that plays with fire. Couple of times I was like, dang girl, you are bringing another personality to the table.

With the things I was onto or thought I was on to, Tim would then throw this curveball at my head.


For the couple things I was right about there were fifteen I was not. I’m like Sherlock Holmes when I read one of Tim’s books. I have my magnifying glass out and I am noting the crumbs that get dropped. I store them away and I try to make sense of them when I read. 

Nerd Alert!

I tell you, you get an awesome mental work out with this book..... if you choose to theorize, which I can’t help doing.

Crumbs were being dropped like we were Hansel and Gretel being led down the garden path to.......... well, I can’t tell you that!

It was like tennis with Michael at one end of the net and Vincent at the other, I was the ball. They are chalk and cheese in personality. Where one knows how to play the game, rawrrrrr, the other is awkward and sweet.

Michael in his spray-on tight T-shirt and scruffy jeans, is all, humma, humma and muscle..... and his dirty talk * blushes*. Then there was Vincent with his awkward, quirkiness that was endearing and trusting....... and his Jammy Dodgers.

”It’s just like I said... you look really tired...” Vincent continued to stammer and fluster. “... so when I said do you want to go to bed.... I didn’t mean with me..... I wasn’t suggesting that we .... you know .... had jiggy-jiggy or anything like that....”

I totally dig Vincent. We could have fun doing our awkward dancing and our singing, and have a fun night. I dig his music too. 

Witch is a quick read, with more twists than a boomerang flying through the air, the characters will pick at your brain, Tim will ALWAYS give us a dose of that ewwwwww gore that he writes so well, that will leave a clear visual image in your head. He always makes me glad I am not eating anything. 

Rain and darkness is the ambiance that sits well in this story of deceit and mayhem.

All is NEVER what it seems..... and what is seems ...may not be true.

Yeah, what did I just say?

When you read a Tim O’Rourke book, then you will understand that sentence.

Nice one Tim!


p.s. Freakin’ f-bomb that review was hard to write.

*wipes sweat from brow*


  1. This book sounds awesome. The synopsis, the cover, te guys ;) I really need to check this one out!

    Jesse @ Pretty In Fiction

  2. I am reading this today! I am curious about that Amish/Puritan looking family next door.


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