Bitches To Witches by Ellie Aiden

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Witches aren’t real, are they?

No, they aren’t, at least, that’s what Nat keeps telling herself.

A witch and a human can’t possibly make their friendship work, but that’s exactly what Nat and Sybil are doing, and they’re absolutely killing it. Well, killing it until Nat catches Sybil practicing magic. She must be hallucinating, or maybe she had a seizure, but she damn sure thought she saw a floating desk. That’s weird, right? Yes, it is, but when Sybil realizes she has no choice but to tell Nat the truth, Nat can’t imagine a world where witches exist and magic is legit.

A secret exposed only lends to an already sketchy world, because it’s becoming glaringly obvious that there’s more to Westin Prep than meets the eye. When a student goes missing and turns up nearly dead, blood sacrifice is the word being thrown around. Between that and a cute track star paying attention to Nat for the first time, her world is about to take a drastic turn.

My Review

Nat is a high school student who unfortunately doesn’t fit in her rich elite school; therefore, she gets bullied by the Witch of Westin. Her coven basically Mean Girls with influential families.  

Sybil is a new student at Westin Prep, previously homeschooled, and now doing a semester of regular school. She does seem interested in strange things and even mentions witches and covens like real ones, not mean girls with their friends. I like her version of how witches came it be. 

Some curious mysteries are happening at this school. Nat and Sybil form an unlikely alliance, and the paranormal truth spills out. Someone goes missing, and of course, that means Sybil tries something new. It is a lot for Nat to process, and she has plenty of doubts. There are also some old-fashioned high school romance and steamy bedroom scenes. 

This book gets even more interesting as many secrets are revealed, and the action ramps up. The paranormal parts get exciting and oh so interesting as more than one character is now a paranormal. Right as you think all the questions are answered, you realize they aren’t. The girls seem to find trouble with classmates and bigger trouble where ever they go. Just as everything comes to a head, they must return to school and get into more trouble. I was really surprised by who comes to their rescue and how that all plays out. I wish there was more on the relationship between Nat and Matt and Sybil and Jayson, as that was a nice reprieve from the chaos and trouble. I felt it was an afterthought as they are only mentioned a few times in the story. 

The prologue is intriguing as now we are seeing another characters’ perspective. However, I assumed she was an antagonist in the storyline. Well, that little spiel confirms it, but how will Nat and Sybil survive? What’s to come? I can’t wait for the next book in this series. 

I actually really like this book. It doesn’t contain a whole lot of romance, but it has an amazing paranormal storyline. I liked how the author incorporated magic and the troubles and suspense into it. I love how it progressed, and you learned so much about the characters and the plans of the unethical teacher. Nate’s character seems a little shy and unsure of herself.

On the other hand, Sybil is confident, blunt, and loud, and I loved viewing stuff from her point of view. The steamy scenes are very young adult; however, the general plotline is new adult with the language and more gruesome scenes. This book was excellent overall, and a fun read to get sucked into. I thought the author did a great job bouncing between character perspectives and including many well-rounded characters in her story. 

If you would like to read Bitches To Witches by Ellie Aiden you can find it on Amazon. As an Amazon associate I earn on qaulifying purchases.

If you like this book you may also enjoy books with these tags and categories Witches, Magic and Paranormal Fiction.

Published by Tanya

I am an avid reader who loves amazing romance, fantasy, or paranormal books. I spend as many hours reading as I can and love to find a fantastic story,

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