Thursday, August 13, 2015

Witches Protection Program by Michael Phillip Cash

Wes gets his first assignment in his father's elite police group and fails it.  His father takes his badge away from him and assigns him to another group, one he's never heard of before:  The Witches Protection Program.  There are witches in the world?  How did he think his prisoner escaped him?

Chelshire Inc. and Net Galley allowed me to read this book for review (thank you).  It has been published, so you can pick up a copy now.

The story is told tongue-in-cheek and was great fun to read.  It's all fantasy with magic and powers that make the witches formidable enemies.  The worst part is the person they are trying to protect is a family member of the bad ones.  And the poor girl trusts no one because she's sure they've been sent by her aunt...

First, you need to know there are good witches and bad witches both.  Morgan is a good witch.  Her aunt is not, she's beginning to explore the black arts and has plans to control the world, big plans.  Her ego is bigger than the Empire State Building.  But this little protection agency with only three members keeps kicking her legs out from under her.

There's lots of action, plenty of excitement, and Wes is beginning to like Morgan.  The feeling is mutual.  I think this will turn into a team and there will be several more witchy adventures.  At least I hope so.  This was a great read!

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