Can good triumph over evil…when evil runs in your veins?
The problem is Sarah Elizabeth Archer doesn't have to put up with anybody's crap.
Coming from a long line of witches who lost their souls to dark energy, Sarah is determined to change her fate. Turning her back on her birthright, she smothers her natural instincts with a boring job and quiet life.
But when Sarah gets pissed off, all bets are off. And anything can happen when you piss off a witch.
Page Count: 280
Release Date: 4/4/2017
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Bitch Witch definitely will appeal to readers who like paranormal and supernatural fiction. Ms. Karfelt takes a distinctive approach at describing witchcraft—light on the more stereotypical elements, but instead showing the manipulation of energy behind it, dark and light. She doesn’t sugarcoat the dark side of being a witch, either. The tone is perfectly executed in this novel, with Sarah its standout heroine and focal point. She’s cynical, foul-mouthed, emotionally tormented, but hilarious at the same time. Her unique relationship with Paul is a major draw for this series, as their relationship helps both of them to evolve and heal past hurts. Paul teaches Sarah that a witch doesn’t have to be lonely, and doesn’t always have to take by force, or by dark magic, but can give and allow others to care for her. Bitch Witch will satisfy readers, but leave them wanting more of Sarah and Paul’s relationship.
— Ind'Tale Magazine
Bitch Witch by S.R. Karfelt is a cross-genre book that defies expectations. Dark matter acts on Sarah like a substance addiction, the magic an addictive entity and a character itself, actively working to keep her hooked. This is a creative and refreshingly unusual explanation of magic…all in all, Bitch Witch is an entertaining book that can be recommended to readers.
— Manhattan Book Review
Bitch Witch is a fun contemporary read…There’s plenty to keep this book fun and light-hearted as it being about a personal battle which many can concur with. I loved the bit part played by Father McCloud, I could just see a movie part for Morgan Freeman there.
— Rosie's Book Blog
Bitch Witch will have you laughing one minute and then cringing at Sarah’s misfortune the next. The author does a fabulous job of creating fully rounded characters who you can relate to and a romance aspect that is highly amusing and a pleasant surprise. As I read Bitch Witch, it played out in my head like a comedy sketch, and I think it would transfer incredibly well to the screen. The secondary characters were an amusing addition…a thoroughly enjoyable read.
— Tuesday Book Blog