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Agatha Blackmore came into her powers early as a child. Her first spell was a thing of beauty and wonder. It brought terror into the hearts of her family. Who wanted to accidentally become a pink chicken? Now that she's older her magic is out of control. She needs a teacher and none of the Witch Schools will take her. How about a career in law enforcement? The FBI needs se Agatha Blackmore came into her powers early as a child. Her first spell was a thing of beauty and wonder. It brought terror into the hearts of her family. Who wanted to accidentally become a pink chicken? Now that she's older her magic is out of control. She needs a teacher and none of the Witch Schools will take her. How about a career in law enforcement? The FBI needs serious help in catching law breaking Paranormals. It's a match made in heaven or is it in Hell? God only knows what happens next.


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Agatha Blackmore came into her powers early as a child. Her first spell was a thing of beauty and wonder. It brought terror into the hearts of her family. Who wanted to accidentally become a pink chicken? Now that she's older her magic is out of control. She needs a teacher and none of the Witch Schools will take her. How about a career in law enforcement? The FBI needs se Agatha Blackmore came into her powers early as a child. Her first spell was a thing of beauty and wonder. It brought terror into the hearts of her family. Who wanted to accidentally become a pink chicken? Now that she's older her magic is out of control. She needs a teacher and none of the Witch Schools will take her. How about a career in law enforcement? The FBI needs serious help in catching law breaking Paranormals. It's a match made in heaven or is it in Hell? God only knows what happens next.

30 review for Born a Witch...Drafted by the FBI!

  1. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Holladay

    I found the writing too simple, stilted, and amateurish for my taste; it felt like a grade school paper. None of the characters grabbed my attention; our main character, Agatha, goes on about how her magic goes wrong and she has no control over the ‘bigger’ spells, then proceeds to ‘teach’ the FBI agents a lesson by using magic against them as easily as flipping a finger at a gnat and stating they had better treat a witch better than they did. Her familiar, a micro-unicorn she spelled years ago, I found the writing too simple, stilted, and amateurish for my taste; it felt like a grade school paper. None of the characters grabbed my attention; our main character, Agatha, goes on about how her magic goes wrong and she has no control over the ‘bigger’ spells, then proceeds to ‘teach’ the FBI agents a lesson by using magic against them as easily as flipping a finger at a gnat and stating they had better treat a witch better than they did. Her familiar, a micro-unicorn she spelled years ago, is obnoxious rather than funny. Not to mention the cover art has nothing to do with the story (a full grown woman and a unicorn-Agatha was quite young when she spelled the unicorn). If I get a free next book I may read it to see if the writing improved, but I certainly won’t go out of my way to find other books by this author.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Coyora Dokusho

    I liked reading this one. A good introduction to the world, but I dunno why I read book 0 before book 1. Usually I don't... This one was fine.

  3. 5 out of 5

    J

    Eh Not a bad story, but the writing is quite stilted. I think I will read further in the series and other works by the author, but I am not quite sure I will seek them out.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Clare O'Beara

    This could have been a fun story but the writing lets it down. The first half is entirely backstory told by two women conversing as a child spies upon them. Then the child gets taken by the hand and told more backstory. I was wondering if anything was ever going to happen forwards. Since nobody is in any danger, we don't really care about the outcomes of all the gossip. So the young lady who is, we now understand, a witch with a small familiar, is asked to join the FBI because 'since the witches This could have been a fun story but the writing lets it down. The first half is entirely backstory told by two women conversing as a child spies upon them. Then the child gets taken by the hand and told more backstory. I was wondering if anything was ever going to happen forwards. Since nobody is in any danger, we don't really care about the outcomes of all the gossip. So the young lady who is, we now understand, a witch with a small familiar, is asked to join the FBI because 'since the witches and supernaturals came out of the closet' there is a demand for their skills. In a good way, we hope. Two points struck me; the Nazi Party would have put vampires to use, especially those described here, who would have certainly come forward to the evils of the day. Saying vampires only came out of hiding after the war makes no sense. And if this young witch has the unstoppable powers she demonstrates, the FBI are not the ones who would want to control her. Some of the concepts are certainly interesting. The writing style also falls over a few times with phrases like "Personally, she should have...." No. Rewrite as "Personally, I believe she should have..." I'm glad we're seeing a young lady with strong powers and a sense of her own calling. This is an unbiased review.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Angie Hackett

    I found this to be an easy read. My issues were that it did seem simply written. Lot's of 'I am' over 'I'm' and quite a few typos. The characters were hard to relate to and did seem a bit dull. I'm not sure I want to follow on with the rest of the series.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Krystyna

    How to make the FBI pay attention Loved. Humour and a good storyline give us a great introduction as to how she started at the FBI. Wonderful characters and great banter. Her magic had always been off the scales. From turning squirrels purple at the age of 4 to turning her 7th birthday present, a full size unicorn, into a talking micro unicorn. This hasn't exactly endeared her to some members of the family. However when she gets the chance to join the FBI she jumps at it. Perhaps her arrival was How to make the FBI pay attention Loved. Humour and a good storyline give us a great introduction as to how she started at the FBI. Wonderful characters and great banter. Her magic had always been off the scales. From turning squirrels purple at the age of 4 to turning her 7th birthday present, a full size unicorn, into a talking micro unicorn. This hasn't exactly endeared her to some members of the family. However when she gets the chance to join the FBI she jumps at it. Perhaps her arrival was slightly unorthodox..........

  7. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Hulse

    I thought the title was interesting. Unfortunately, this prequel? to the actual book was poorly written, and a number of misspellings made it almost impossible to read. (Yes, I am old). Bottom line: Great idea and concept, poor follow=through. I will probably read more, but not at this time, just to see if the book is better than this (how could it NOT be?). So sorry.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Ugochi Akwiwu

    More of a novella. Tells how Agatha came to start her adventure in the FBI. Good start.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Erin Penn

    This story is a quick introduction to the characters of the Federal Witch series. There is no plot, just three vignettes. I found the main character, a Mary Sue, to be overpowered, the unicorn story somewhat uninteresting, and the other backstory items a little unbelievable. Showing the FBI training facilities to be on par with the Keystone Cops in ability and organization felt improbable. And I did not like the constant references to how horny unicorns are. The one thing done extremely well is th This story is a quick introduction to the characters of the Federal Witch series. There is no plot, just three vignettes. I found the main character, a Mary Sue, to be overpowered, the unicorn story somewhat uninteresting, and the other backstory items a little unbelievable. Showing the FBI training facilities to be on par with the Keystone Cops in ability and organization felt improbable. And I did not like the constant references to how horny unicorns are. The one thing done extremely well is the backstory of the vampire war. I can totally see that permanently impacting relations being the magic community and the world governments. (Oh look, worldbuilding. If you follow my reviews, you know how much I love that stuff.) I can see the series being a fun read for people who enjoy things just shy of being a farce. Overblown craziness makes a grand romp. Picked up while free on amazon.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Franklin

    This book hits a few of my "why God, why?" buttons. Some of the writing is a little blah, there are disastrophes (apostrophes in places they don't belong, or missing from places they should be) and a few typos that are easily fixed, and the main character hasn't been fleshed out that much. So why am I interested in reading more in this series?? The world-building is interesting, the plot was engaging - it would have been so easy to let the protagonist get everything she wanted without batting an e This book hits a few of my "why God, why?" buttons. Some of the writing is a little blah, there are disastrophes (apostrophes in places they don't belong, or missing from places they should be) and a few typos that are easily fixed, and the main character hasn't been fleshed out that much. So why am I interested in reading more in this series?? The world-building is interesting, the plot was engaging - it would have been so easy to let the protagonist get everything she wanted without batting an eye, but she has realistic (for the setting) obstacles in her way! And Fergus. I do kinda love Fergus.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Anniken Haga

    Actual rating: 1.5/5 stars So this book really wasn't for me. It was really info-dumpy on things that weren't necessary for the story, the writing felt a little unfinished, and the characters were many and didn't leave any distinct impressions. And I’m really finished with the ‘’disaster MC’’-trope. I... don't think I could even tell you what the story was about. I spaced out a lot while reading this book, and ended up reading it mostly to prove to myself that I could regularly read rather than f Actual rating: 1.5/5 stars So this book really wasn't for me. It was really info-dumpy on things that weren't necessary for the story, the writing felt a little unfinished, and the characters were many and didn't leave any distinct impressions. And I’m really finished with the ‘’disaster MC’’-trope. I... don't think I could even tell you what the story was about. I spaced out a lot while reading this book, and ended up reading it mostly to prove to myself that I could regularly read rather than for the story. Honestly, I don't know what would be best: A low rating or a DNF shelving?

  12. 5 out of 5

    Christy deSade

    EDITOR needed Interesting enough story, although the world history info dump was tacky. There wasn't much character development since it was stories from childhood told multiple times, but at least the world building was comprehensive enough. That being said, OMG did this need an editor! An apostrophe before the letter "s" DOES NOT indicate more than one of something, capitalisation was used incorrectly throughout, there were homonym issues and the dialogue used didn't match the character profile EDITOR needed Interesting enough story, although the world history info dump was tacky. There wasn't much character development since it was stories from childhood told multiple times, but at least the world building was comprehensive enough. That being said, OMG did this need an editor! An apostrophe before the letter "s" DOES NOT indicate more than one of something, capitalisation was used incorrectly throughout, there were homonym issues and the dialogue used didn't match the character profiles of the ones speaking.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mary Whitehurst

    Good, intriguing concept. Makes me want to read more about this young witch who has agreed to work with the FBI. --which, of course, is one of the the main reasons for writing a pre-story: to get the reader so interested that he or she feels compelled to buy more books so that they can follow along and read about the weird situations that the protagonist gets herself into. MW

  14. 4 out of 5

    Richard E.

    The Federal Witch Book 0 Origin Agatha Blackmore goes to Quantico. Back story info on Agatha, a Prodigy Witch. she made purple Squirrels when she accidentally came into her Witch Powers at age four....NOW, she wants to Be A FBBIE, in their Paranormal Division. She's the Only witch in the FBI selection course. ANND she has a Smart-AZZ, Talking, miniature Unicorn as her 'familiar' and a female Were-Cat as a Roomie. Gonna be interesting.......

  15. 4 out of 5

    Gustavo

    This is not a perfect book, but it works great as a series starter. The main character is the one with the greatest issue, as her magic is not completely predictable. But since it's a plot driven thing, I didn't find it really troublesome. Other than that, it's a likeable character, and the supporting cast, while reduced, did it's job quite well. I hope further book get more into councils and packs, because that is the most interesting things in the book for me.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Montzalee Wittmann

    Born a Witch...Drafted by the FBI! (The Federal Witch, #0) by T.S. Paul is a cute prequel about a teen witch and her many mess ups. But out of the blue, she is drafted to go to the FBI. She has a familiar that is a mini unicorn that hates cats. It is a cute short story that leads the reader up til she gets to the Academy. Sounds like it might be a cute teen series.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Lori

    Fun read! I spent a lot of time smiling as I read this book. It seems to do a good job as a prequel, giving us what appears to be background info touching on many subjects. We also get a good introduction into the main character. I'll definitely be getting the next book when I leave here, about now! 🐺

  18. 4 out of 5

    Spinneretta

    Amusing An amusing, very quick read about a young witch who decides to join the FBI. With a micro unicorn, magic that doesn’t always work the way she’d like it to, and a whole lot of people terrified of her, it might take a while before Agatha can get her dream job! For those who love Urban Fantasy and snarky familiars.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Julie

    Great prequel I very much enjoyed this prequel. It built up the main character and gave you an idea of what the other books in the series will be like. Very much looking forward to reading the next one.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kari Chapman

    Not sure if this is really worth a review. It's not so much a short story as extended world building prior to book one. There's no real plot, just character interaction and some drama. But entertaining enough that I'll check out the first book, so I guess it served its purpose.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Meadows

    Agatha goes to FBI school What a fun introduction to Agatha goes to FBI school. The world building was pretty tidy and explanations of it fit right into the storyline. The ending whet my appetite for more.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jim Kratzok

    Off to a great start ! This book is a prequel to additional stories about Agatha, a young witch who has lots of power but not such great control. In this story she joins the FBI as a trainee. I'm sure much hilarity will ensue.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Serenity Wynter

    Witch Fun take on a witch, the interaction was plausible concerning the FBI, people fear what they do not know. Only thing the route from a to b was not a straight line.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Vicky Camp

    Good witch read I think this is a really interesting little story that I would like to see continue. The unicorn is something different and the history lesson was great.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Dale Fraser

    Lovely romp I enjoy a run through another author's imagination. Especially when it is well written and properly paced, as is the case here. Thank you.

  26. 4 out of 5

    June B Black

    Born a Witch A very easy and quick entertaining short novel. The plot is quite humorous. I highly recommend this novel for readers that want a quick read.

  27. 4 out of 5

    John Piper

    Hilarious series! I love it! Highly recommend checking it out!

  28. 4 out of 5

    princeton 25

    Funny! Much different than I'm used to when I see FBI!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Debbie

    I Love It !!! This may be only a short prequel , however I really hope that it becomes a tv series. It is a wonderful introduction to some interesting charters and fun adventures.

  30. 4 out of 5

    les johnson

    Cute, lets see what happens Good beginning. Looking forward to the series. Not normally a fantasy reader, so far is reading well. Review continued after next book

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