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This is the complete four-book collection of The Tarot Witches, a New York Times bestselling paranormal romance series. There are seventy-eight cards in a tarot deck, and each card has been appearing in the mailbox of a different witch. Each one bears a message for the unlucky recipient, and it brooks a warning: fix your life and earn power beyond imagining, or lose every This is the complete four-book collection of The Tarot Witches, a New York Times bestselling paranormal romance series. There are seventy-eight cards in a tarot deck, and each card has been appearing in the mailbox of a different witch. Each one bears a message for the unlucky recipient, and it brooks a warning: fix your life and earn power beyond imagining, or lose everything you care about. Werewolves are drawn to the scent of these tarot witches, driven to bond and protect them. The desire to mate cannot be conquered. And entire packs will rise and fall for the love of the tarot witches... Book One: Caged Wolf Book Two: Forbidden Witches Book Three: Winter Court Book Four: Summer Court


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This is the complete four-book collection of The Tarot Witches, a New York Times bestselling paranormal romance series. There are seventy-eight cards in a tarot deck, and each card has been appearing in the mailbox of a different witch. Each one bears a message for the unlucky recipient, and it brooks a warning: fix your life and earn power beyond imagining, or lose every This is the complete four-book collection of The Tarot Witches, a New York Times bestselling paranormal romance series. There are seventy-eight cards in a tarot deck, and each card has been appearing in the mailbox of a different witch. Each one bears a message for the unlucky recipient, and it brooks a warning: fix your life and earn power beyond imagining, or lose everything you care about. Werewolves are drawn to the scent of these tarot witches, driven to bond and protect them. The desire to mate cannot be conquered. And entire packs will rise and fall for the love of the tarot witches... Book One: Caged Wolf Book Two: Forbidden Witches Book Three: Winter Court Book Four: Summer Court

30 review for The Tarot Witches I-IV: Caged Wolf/ Forbidden Witches/ Winter Court/ Summer Court

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nikki Riley

    So I am realizing I may have liked the books better if they were not included all together, and in all honesty I am only just finishing three of four but given how well reviewed these books are I kind of felt it necessary to throw this one out there. The 3 stars are because the underlying tarot witches concept is pretty good. The book is well researched and the details about tarot and how to read the cards is great. The overly "sexy" nature of the books is where the series lost it a bit for me. So I am realizing I may have liked the books better if they were not included all together, and in all honesty I am only just finishing three of four but given how well reviewed these books are I kind of felt it necessary to throw this one out there. The 3 stars are because the underlying tarot witches concept is pretty good. The book is well researched and the details about tarot and how to read the cards is great. The overly "sexy" nature of the books is where the series lost it a bit for me. I am no prude when it comes to this type of book, but I found myself actually skipping over chunks of the books because some of the story seemed lost for the sake of including several pages of graphic "sex magic" scenes. I will actually finish the series, but mostly because I am not a book quitter, and not because I actually like fen direction the series is taking.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Coco.V

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  3. 4 out of 5

    Redmeka

    X. 2 stars, solid. This was one of the free ebooks from Amazon. Honestly this book was just not for me. There might be some readers out there who enjoy a Quentin Tarantino (think from Dusk till Dawn-like exactly) meets Debbie Does Dallas except with a supernatural theme...However it’s a hard pass for me. It read more like a XxX rated graphic novel and the MANY sex scenes were raw and gritty, borderline violent. I didn’t find any of it even sexy, just kind of gross! So not even lady boner worthy. X. 2 stars, solid. This was one of the free ebooks from Amazon. Honestly this book was just not for me. There might be some readers out there who enjoy a Quentin Tarantino (think from Dusk till Dawn-like exactly) meets Debbie Does Dallas except with a supernatural theme...However it’s a hard pass for me. It read more like a XxX rated graphic novel and the MANY sex scenes were raw and gritty, borderline violent. I didn’t find any of it even sexy, just kind of gross! So not even lady boner worthy. :( *For real, I’m saying this as a fan of erotic fiction who enjoys some occasional BDSM. Irritation: the “supernatural” was just thrust on you, like you were supposed to know already that werewolves & all that existed in this almost apocalyptic town. The main character went from being a disillusioned stripper & bartender? (I had some confusion if she tended bar or just got nekkid) in a shit-hole town to ‘OH dammit, those pesky werewolves again’ awareness and the reader is left like WHOA, where did the knowledge of supernatural beings just come into play? OooOk I guess we’re doing this now. So yeah, I mean come on-a smoother transition would’ve been nice. I didn’t bother to read the other what? 4 stories that came with the ebook. Overall: Nope. There was a reason this one was free.

  4. 4 out of 5

    NL Clarke

    This series of four novels chronicles the adventures of four witch/shifter couples (and their friends). The witches have each received a tarot card of the major arcana and a poem/riddle – all from an unknown source. They must “solve their card,” mate with a shifter, and somehow gather all of the major arcana witch/shifter couples together before an apocalyptic event called “Ragnarok.” What I liked: The first novel starts the series off well enough with engaging characters, a few mysteries and nice This series of four novels chronicles the adventures of four witch/shifter couples (and their friends). The witches have each received a tarot card of the major arcana and a poem/riddle – all from an unknown source. They must “solve their card,” mate with a shifter, and somehow gather all of the major arcana witch/shifter couples together before an apocalyptic event called “Ragnarok.” What I liked: The first novel starts the series off well enough with engaging characters, a few mysteries and nice development of the plot. It is, however, fairly dark and violent and does feature a few erotic scenes. I was happy that there was no cliffhanger ending, although none of the novels can truly be considered “stand-alone” because several main characters make appearances in all of the novels. Kudos to the author and her editors/proofreaders for the lack of significant errors. What I didn’t like: Unfortunately, novels 2 – 4 in this series didn’t measure up to the first, in my opinion. The writing in these later novels seemed to get a little sloppy – the plot took a sharp left turn into the bizarre (and included appearances by a dying Sidhe queen and God) and the characters felt more two-dimensional to me. The motivations for the characters’ behaviors seemed weak and one especially annoying example of this was the main heroine in Novel 3, Jaycee. I was also a little irritated by the flimsy motivations for scenes of explicit group sex. By the time I reached the fourth novel, I was mainly skimming pages, trying to discover how the fourth witch/shifter couple got together and how everyone fared at the end. In summary, “The Tarot Witches” series was not really my cup of tea; however, for readers who like shifter romance, and who don’t mind dark and violent action with very bizarre plot twists, this series may be worth your time.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Deserthomemaker

    I’ve read other books by this author that I liked, so even after not liking book 1, I kept going. Book 2 wasn’t any better. Book 3 was worse. While book 4 was the best of this bad lot, it still wasn’t good. This book is a clear example of “write what you know”, because the author didn’t do so, and it shows. The only good thing I can think of was that the collection was free.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Shirley

    I read these books individually as they were released. Getting them all in one set is an amazing deal! Below are my individual reviews by title: (FYI - excuse the length of this review - I tend to ramble when I review books by this author ;) ) Caged Wolf This is S.M. Reine with an edge. Not that her books didn’t have an edge already… I suppose I need to clarify the type of edge we’re talking about here. I’ve mentioned before that this is an author who doesn’t hold back. Her books are full of raw I read these books individually as they were released. Getting them all in one set is an amazing deal! Below are my individual reviews by title: (FYI - excuse the length of this review - I tend to ramble when I review books by this author ;) ) Caged Wolf This is S.M. Reine with an edge. Not that her books didn’t have an edge already… I suppose I need to clarify the type of edge we’re talking about here. I’ve mentioned before that this is an author who doesn’t hold back. Her books are full of raw emotion and she sugar coats nothing. That’s one of the things that I love about her writing. They’re also laced with a touch of romance… here’s where the different kind of edge comes in with Caged Wolf. Even though she didn’t shy away from sex in her previous books, Ofelia and Trouble take things to a whole new level compared to what S.M. Reine’s readers are used to. I am so NOT complaining. I loved the heat between these two characters. I just thought it was fair to warn readers of her previous books that this is not what you are used to. My opinion still stands, if S.M. Reine writes it, I will read it. End of discussion. Ofelia isn’t exactly a character that we are familiar with, but those of us who have started the Preternatural Affairs series know her brother, Cèsar Hawke. He doesn’t make an appearance in Caged Wolf, but he is mentioned a few times. Both Ofelia and Trouble are broken and are in situations that are beyond their control. Things aren’t quite what they seem though. Ofelia trusts no one and doesn’t appreciate the alpha stance that Trouble takes, even though she’s drawn to him more than she knows is safe. Trouble is beaten both physically and emotionally but he can’t resist Ofelia. It takes them a while to figure out that they’re much stronger together. This is the first book in a new series, The Tarot Witches. I love the premise. It’s laced with shifters, magic, mystery and the makings of a supernatural equivalent of a treasure hunt. I can’t wait to see what happens next and where paths with familiar characters may cross. Forbidden Witches First, this is not your typical S.M. Reine werewolf/magic romance. Before you pick this one up, pay close attention to the disclaimer in the description. The Tarot Witches is definitely the most erotic of all the series that this author has written. For the record, I’m kinda lovin’ it. ;) Leah knew nothing about magic, much less werewolves and witches. None of that existed in her world. That world changed drastically when she received her tarot card. She realized that there was a lot more out there than she could ever imagine and her ‘education’ took a whole new turn. Readers also learned a little bit more about the Tarot Witches. There’s still a lot left to reveal, but one thing is a constant. There is a special link between the wolves and the witches and the bond between them is… well, intense is putting it mildly. I loved the dynamic between Donne, Leah, Graham and Rage. The rest of the witches in the coven added a whole new layer to the mix, not to mention the ‘other’ characters. As an extra bonus, previous characters make a special appearance which just added to the fun. I have to say though, one of my favorite characters in Forbidden Witches was Chad and I’m really hoping that we get to see more of him. Winter Court The Tarot Witches series takes things to a whole new level in S.M. Reine’s world of many layers. Most of Reine’s other books fall neatly into the Urban Fantasy genre. This series leans heavier into PNR/Erotica, and for the record, I’m not complaining. Just thought I’d let readers know that smexiness is a HUGE part of this series and just with every other aspect of this author’s writing… nothing is held back. Nothing! As much as I love this series and really liked this book, I gotta be honest. I really didn’t like Jaycee… in the beginning. She eventually grew on me and I understood her reluctance, but it took a while. I know that the way her character was presented was intentional, but I would have been happier with this book if Jaycee had won me over just a little bit faster. Since I fell in love with Pierce from the beginning and he obviously loved Jaycee regardless of how she acted, I had to give her the benefit of the doubt. A few of the mysteries behind the Tarot Witches are revealed in Winter Court, but not all. In fact there are a few new ones thrown into the mix. There’s some foreshadowing (or history, depending on which books you’ve read) that continue to tie everything together. That doesn’t even include all the new powers that the witches have gained. Needless to say, things heat up… which is kind of ironic, given the title. Summer Court This series in SM Reine’s world needs to come with a warning for some readers, even those who have read most of her books. The Tarot Witches is a lot more sexually explicit than any of her other series. I feel like I have to mention this because some readers have found it too much. The irony in Summer Court is that Samita is just as turned off by the sexual laden magic that the Tarot Witches an their mates thrive on. I’ve got to admit, I got kind of frustrated with Samita in the beginning. It was obvious she loved Slater, but she held back. She almost had a ‘greater than thou’ attitude that kept me from really connecting with her, but she eventually grew on me… eventually. There’s something else that bears mentioning… be prepared to gain a different and possibly unflattering perspective on previous characters. SM Reine is turning into a pro with this little ploy, which may have been why it took Samita a while to grow on me. Summer Court wraps up the Tarot Witches but, as with the other books in this world, it adds just another layer. And… if you’re someone who skips prologues and epilogues, don’t. Not with this book anyway. Connections are made, questions are answered and for me anyway, there were a couple of ‘duh’ moments. I received several of the books in The Tarot Witches series in exchange for a fair and honest review.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Vannessa

    I read this book as an ARC for the author but these reviews are all my own. I enjoyed this series and some of the books I preferred to others but overall I enjoyed the idea of the tarot witches, some coming into their unknown powers; others being witches already and using their powers in one way or another. There is a lot of sex in these books, so not for the faint-hearted I guess, but as the witches' powers were enhanced by the sex with the werewolves, it was necessary for the story plots to mo I read this book as an ARC for the author but these reviews are all my own. I enjoyed this series and some of the books I preferred to others but overall I enjoyed the idea of the tarot witches, some coming into their unknown powers; others being witches already and using their powers in one way or another. There is a lot of sex in these books, so not for the faint-hearted I guess, but as the witches' powers were enhanced by the sex with the werewolves, it was necessary for the story plots to move forward. I also loved the lead into some of Sara's other series that I have read. My individual book reviews are linked here if you want to read more: Caged Wolf Forbidden Witches Winter Court Summer Court

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mel

    The Tarot witches complete collection This book was not for me, sorry. I couldn't get connected to any characters. I liked the introduction and found it interesting so I thought it should be good. But I was disappointed how this book turned out. At first I really missed useful conversation, there have been no proper conversation between the characters. The emotional descriptions of the characters didn't fit their behaviour. Very rough, bold and not likeable for my part. I don't have a problem wit The Tarot witches complete collection This book was not for me, sorry. I couldn't get connected to any characters. I liked the introduction and found it interesting so I thought it should be good. But I was disappointed how this book turned out. At first I really missed useful conversation, there have been no proper conversation between the characters. The emotional descriptions of the characters didn't fit their behaviour. Very rough, bold and not likeable for my part. I don't have a problem with sex or erotic scenes, but those have been vulgar and not very erotic, it was probably the writing style, but it really turned me off. I liked the idea of the tarot witches, but somehow it was also very predictable, witch need to mate tote her powers, it was just to plain and has been repeatedly done, only different ways or it took longer. Sorry for the not so good review. Anyone has a different taste, this was not my taste.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Elisa

    Loved each book, loved the series this box set of them all together is just full of magical awesomeness.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Diana

    SEX IS MAGIC?! The Jury is still out on S.M. Reine's The Tarot Witches Complete Collection. While there were many aspects of this boxed set that I loved, there were also many things in my opinion I could have done without. I think Ms. Reine did an excellent job in creating the fantasy world in which the story is based. A world where humans and magic co-exist was what drew me to the collection to begin with. The main character development was also very well done. I was immediately drawn into the T SEX IS MAGIC?! The Jury is still out on S.M. Reine's The Tarot Witches Complete Collection. While there were many aspects of this boxed set that I loved, there were also many things in my opinion I could have done without. I think Ms. Reine did an excellent job in creating the fantasy world in which the story is based. A world where humans and magic co-exist was what drew me to the collection to begin with. The main character development was also very well done. I was immediately drawn into the Tarot Witches and found myself either loving them for their strength of character or hating them for their naivete. Sometimes I both loved them and hated them at the same time! I book in which I get so involved that I find myself swept away to an alternative reality can't be all bad, right? But then there is this dark dystopia feel to this collection that in these current dark times, I was not sure I wanted to be drawn into for fear of worsening my already bad depression. While the collection ends on a happily ever after note, the journey there is dark and twisted. I kept reading only because I knew my mood would be soured for days if I didn't see how Ms. Reine resolved the conflicts. I like my paranormal romance to have plenty of steamy,hot, panty- melting sex scenes. But I prefer that the sex does not overwhelm the whole story and balances with the plot to enhance the suspense. In the Tarot Witches however, what sets their magic apart from other witches is that their main magic is the magic of the long lost sidhe. The sidhe magic is Sex Magic. Thus the whole plot revolves around sex. There is group sex, gay and lesbian sex, and an element of BDSM in every chapter. The balance between sex and the rest of the story is missing as the theme "sex IS magic" dominates everything else. Learning more about the different Tarot Witches, why they have been chosen and by who, takes a back seat to all the sex. Yet, what disappointed me the most was after all the build-up to finding the Tarot Witches and "helping" their mated werewolves to find peace, the 4th and final book seems to skip over many years to the final apocalyptic battle. The timeline from previous novels gets confused in the final novel where Tarot Witches are now split into factions, the main coven, The band Forbidden and it's leader Rage, take a turn in their purpose without any explanation as to what has caused it. And the previous three Tarot Witches also seem to change personalities that no longer fit with their previous behavior. The rush to end things happily seems to make the resolution seem forced. And sadly Ms. Reine's writing which was creative and masterful in the first two books, seems to reflect a desire to simply end what has become a tiresome work to her. I prefer to get to the end of a book feeling reluctant to say goodbye to my new book friends. Instead, I felt, like it seemed SM Reine did, that I could hardly wait to finish and return to my own reality. A real shame as I read to escape and I am not usually so anxious to return to the real world. So as I said in the beginning the jury is still out as to whether or not I include more of SM Reine on my TBR shelf. I simply have to tell you that this is one you will have to try for yourself. Form your own opinion as mine is simply to mixed to be of help!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sheila

    I read each of these books when they first came out. In the first book we meet Ofelia (she is one of my favorite character's in the SM Reine universe) Ofelia is a tough witch with a dark past. She has no issues using both her body and her mind to make a living. But things change when she meets a biker named Trouble and is drawn to him like no other and he to her. They work together to save each other from past secrets and the Fang Brother's biker gang. Ofelia and Trouble make a formidable allian I read each of these books when they first came out. In the first book we meet Ofelia (she is one of my favorite character's in the SM Reine universe) Ofelia is a tough witch with a dark past. She has no issues using both her body and her mind to make a living. But things change when she meets a biker named Trouble and is drawn to him like no other and he to her. They work together to save each other from past secrets and the Fang Brother's biker gang. Ofelia and Trouble make a formidable alliance of love, sex, magic and power. In book 2 we meet sweet, good girl Leah. Leah's life is about to change when she gets a mysterious tarot card that is also ticket to a show for the band The Forbidden. Turns out the band needs a tarot witch like Leah to mate with a dying werewolf in order to save him. Problem is that not only is Leah not a witch, she doesn't even believe in magic at all and then things get even more complicated when she ends up falling for a different werewolf who does not feel the same way towards her. Turns out Rage, the lead singer of the band is a high priest of his coven and he plans on getting Leah to surrender herself. If you want to know what happens to Leah, the dying werewolf and the band, you must read this amazing book. In book 3 When we were first introduced to Pierce and Jaycee Hardwick, I thought how evil, they do not deserve to be happy! After reading Winter Court, I actually found myself routing for their happiness. I enjoyed reading their backstory. A happy ending that is really just the beginning. I love when past characters make an appearance. I never thought I'd find a lesbian threesome to be so hot, but dayum!! Sex that conjures powerful magic??!!! What a great imagination SM Reine has, she uses fact & fiction to tell fantastic stories! A must read!! Book 4 is all about Samita and Slater. What I love about SM Reine books is the fact that even though each series is it's own distinct series with specific characters they all tie in together in some way, the same worlds at different times or different worlds at the same time, sometimes you see a character from one series make an appearance in another or maybe you will find one of their ancestors! This book tied up a lot of lose ends and unanswered questions for me. Samita reminds me of my mom, fiercely independent and intelligent with a sense of adventure (and a need for speed!). I love that even with all she was dealing with she refused to take pity in herself and give up. Slater is someone that you wish was yours. I loved him but felt sadness for him when I learned of his story. He was devoted to Samita in a way that every woman wishes for. The sex scenes were fantastically written, cold showers might be required near the end of the book. I loved the happy ending.....Knowing SM Reine even though it was the end of the Tarot Witches, it doesn't mean it's the last we will hear of many of these characters. All in all this collection of books is amazing and you really need to add them to your library!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Danai writes

    3,5 stars. I really enjoyed the first three books of the series, but the fourth one left me with questions The idea behind the Tarot Witches is very interesting. So much so, I wouldn't have minded reading shorter stories for every witch who came by a tarot card (although in the beginning I thought we'd get 78 witches and in the end there were only the Major Arcana ones). And in the three first books, both the different characters and circumstances of the women as the plot and romance element work 3,5 stars. I really enjoyed the first three books of the series, but the fourth one left me with questions The idea behind the Tarot Witches is very interesting. So much so, I wouldn't have minded reading shorter stories for every witch who came by a tarot card (although in the beginning I thought we'd get 78 witches and in the end there were only the Major Arcana ones). And in the three first books, both the different characters and circumstances of the women as the plot and romance element worked brilliantly. But then the fourth book came along. It's not that I didn't like the fourth book: if anything, Samita's character was super interesting and I loved how it was used to talk about ableism and people with different abilities. BUT as other reviewers have also mentioned, I think it was a mistake to include book 4 in this bundle. Too many things had happened in the world between books 3 and 4 that for those of us who binge read the story there was a huge sense of disconnect. Characters we loved and were invested in (like Rage) suddenly had partners and kids we knew nothing about... which let to the unavoidable exposition dumps. As for the ending? Interesting idea. Quite brave. Still, I wish more time had spent describing life on Earth and the outcome of the courts and Ophelia and Jaycee... It's like we forgot about these characters a bit. Anyway, I'm not sure if this was an oversight or if these stories exist somewhere else, so I would still recommend reading these books for the interesting concept, especially the first three ones.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Lori

    Good, but won't continue with spinoff series. This set of books was good, but I don't think I'll read the spinoff series. I really liked the first three books and their story line. They got a card and had to figure out what it meant or lose everything. The fourth book slips ahead to finding the last witch , other characters were added that were mates of previous characters in the other books, but we don't know their story. The fourth book attempts to give some background, but slips around in orde Good, but won't continue with spinoff series. This set of books was good, but I don't think I'll read the spinoff series. I really liked the first three books and their story line. They got a card and had to figure out what it meant or lose everything. The fourth book slips ahead to finding the last witch , other characters were added that were mates of previous characters in the other books, but we don't know their story. The fourth book attempts to give some background, but slips around in order to do it. It also felt rushed. Overall the series was good, I just thought the fourth book was kind of a let down. Example\spoiler: when "death" gets her card and knows something is wrong and wants to fix it, she attempts to start but is interrupted by the start of an orgy (sex powers). She had such determination through the rest of the story, then boom orgy and gets sidetracked, then all of a sudden the ending is rushed and we don't really get the story for her and her mate that we got for the other three "chosen ones".

  14. 5 out of 5

    Angel Graham

    The first book was fine. Mostly. We're dropped into a town that is pretty much overrun with werewolves and supernatural beings, assuming we just knew. Second book...Leah. Devout Mormon, by the end of this anthology, she's a liar, into sex orgies with men, women, and supernatural beings... Third book...Frosty. I just. Nah. Fourth book. Horrible. Rushed. The author steals from "The Langoliers" for part of her supernatural. (The Void, in this case is a horrible representation). This book crams at leas The first book was fine. Mostly. We're dropped into a town that is pretty much overrun with werewolves and supernatural beings, assuming we just knew. Second book...Leah. Devout Mormon, by the end of this anthology, she's a liar, into sex orgies with men, women, and supernatural beings... Third book...Frosty. I just. Nah. Fourth book. Horrible. Rushed. The author steals from "The Langoliers" for part of her supernatural. (The Void, in this case is a horrible representation). This book crams at least 18 stories into a small, not well written story. To be honest, most of the sex was in my opinion gratuitous and far too violent. I'm into BDSM. This straddles the line between consent and non consent and not in a good way... It used to be, I saw S. M. Reine, I knew I was getting a quality read. Now, each successive book, series is worse than the one before. This author is no longer a one click for me. Free or paid.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jan

    I am really torn in 2 by these books. I absolutely loved the premise and the books are well written. Sexy witches, hunky werewolves, sex magic is vital to the mechanics of the stories. I loved the witches in the first 2 stories and was right there with them, rooting for them. Books 3 and 4 I was annoyed by the main female characters. They were so resistant to their trials I was definitely not in their camp of support. I did enjoy reading about the other characters though. This is why i finished I am really torn in 2 by these books. I absolutely loved the premise and the books are well written. Sexy witches, hunky werewolves, sex magic is vital to the mechanics of the stories. I loved the witches in the first 2 stories and was right there with them, rooting for them. Books 3 and 4 I was annoyed by the main female characters. They were so resistant to their trials I was definitely not in their camp of support. I did enjoy reading about the other characters though. This is why i finished reading them all. My other point would be the missing events between 3 & 4. There have been world destroying catastrophes that were not glimpsed in any way and your suddenly dropped into an almost different realm where the number of tarot witches has jumped from 3 to 20+. It felt like the author started with the idea of writing a bigger series but then got bored of it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Tina Pegar

    This is a very sexy series that adds a full cast of characters to the Descentverse. Many of them will appear in other series but this one can easily be treated as a stand alone and is a good glimpse into the universe to see if you want more. I recommend this for anyone looking for the sexier side of this genre. Each of the stories builds on to the previous one with the conclusion of this group in the final book. In the first book you are introduced to the Tarot cards and how these witches are mat This is a very sexy series that adds a full cast of characters to the Descentverse. Many of them will appear in other series but this one can easily be treated as a stand alone and is a good glimpse into the universe to see if you want more. I recommend this for anyone looking for the sexier side of this genre. Each of the stories builds on to the previous one with the conclusion of this group in the final book. In the first book you are introduced to the Tarot cards and how these witches are matched with mates and the story continues to grow as more and more Tarot cards are out there and the characters are all connected together. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a fair review.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Avid eReader

    Enjoyable in the Beginning The tales of the tarot witches was interesting in the first two books, however, by the last two the independent woman personality type became redundant. Capable, hardworking woman, jaded by insecurities is too proud to let a strong, protective male into her life; stubbornness and fear of giving up any semblance of control keeping her from her destiny. The story also became a little weird with the introductions of the sidhe, Violet, the diety, and Leah's oddness toward th Enjoyable in the Beginning The tales of the tarot witches was interesting in the first two books, however, by the last two the independent woman personality type became redundant. Capable, hardworking woman, jaded by insecurities is too proud to let a strong, protective male into her life; stubbornness and fear of giving up any semblance of control keeping her from her destiny. The story also became a little weird with the introductions of the sidhe, Violet, the diety, and Leah's oddness toward the end. I wanted to like all four stories in this book but found myself rolling my eyes a lot in the second half. I gave it a 3 star rating because although it was frustrating at times, it wasn't horrible.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Clevenger

    Great series that could’ve been much longer This was a Great series, well written, edited and the plot line was fantastic. I only wish we would’ve gotten more of the story between books 3 and 4. The plot line felt rushed and incompetent without epilogues involving Ophelia and yes even “Tatiana”, and their kings/mates and offspring. Why did their courts fall into disarray? I guess I wonder most about why the author chose to end the series focused on the least involved characters in the initial sto Great series that could’ve been much longer This was a Great series, well written, edited and the plot line was fantastic. I only wish we would’ve gotten more of the story between books 3 and 4. The plot line felt rushed and incompetent without epilogues involving Ophelia and yes even “Tatiana”, and their kings/mates and offspring. Why did their courts fall into disarray? I guess I wonder most about why the author chose to end the series focused on the least involved characters in the initial storylines. I think a stand-alone folllow-up on those characters and their interactions once becoming sidhe would be awesome though. Hint hint wink wink 😘

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ann O'Nymos

    The whole series could have done with less graphic sex for my liking. I loved the build-up of the group and faerie/witch/werewolf thing. The magic through sex thing is an interesting idea but it wouldn't have to be that bold or so downright rough to drive the point home. Also, better read this series in the right order with the other series within SM Reine's universe. I made the mistake to read Magecraft first and was now trying to remember who became who. I also might have enjoyed the later book The whole series could have done with less graphic sex for my liking. I loved the build-up of the group and faerie/witch/werewolf thing. The magic through sex thing is an interesting idea but it wouldn't have to be that bold or so downright rough to drive the point home. Also, better read this series in the right order with the other series within SM Reine's universe. I made the mistake to read Magecraft first and was now trying to remember who became who. I also might have enjoyed the later book more with this background stories.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Christine

    Great story but also too much I love paranormal books and loved how this started however I had to skip over so much of the sexual and almost pornographic orgy scenes. I wish I had read the plot more thoroughly before I started it and knew that or i wouldn't have read it. Not everyone needs to read those extreme sex scenes to enjoy the story. I'm asexual so it was really uncomfortable. That aside the story was really well written and I wished that was longer and more detailed in the end. Great story but also too much I love paranormal books and loved how this started however I had to skip over so much of the sexual and almost pornographic orgy scenes. I wish I had read the plot more thoroughly before I started it and knew that or i wouldn't have read it. Not everyone needs to read those extreme sex scenes to enjoy the story. I'm asexual so it was really uncomfortable. That aside the story was really well written and I wished that was longer and more detailed in the end.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Sandra Burke

    I was skeptical I was not really ready for this. But eventually I was able to finish these. I am so sorry but I want to change some things. If I could I would get rid of the third book winter court and change the heck out of summer court. Does Graham really not get saved? So not cool. I was really hoping there would be someone for him. And then I ended up not liking the way things were in the last few chapters. Not going to apologise. I think also Rage should have had a different partner.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Isaiah

    Started good but... So I enjoyed the first story immensely very nice development, sex, and characterization. The second story not so much. The kidnapping? Come on that could have went better. The third was redeemable and funny surprisingly. However, the last felt so rushed and a very big change for the characters. Not to mention the judgmental her heroine. She just got on my nerves. Overall not a waste of time but this is one world in which I dont want to return.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Veronica

    A little disappointing After reading all four stories, I am disappointed at the gap between books 3 & 4. It leaves out a lot of events and is a bit jarring. This series is very dear, and darkly sexual in nature so not for the faint of heart. Te overall premise is goose but I would lie to see they series rewritten and expanded.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    I have no idea what happened here. The books themselves were ok but the 4th book seems like it should have been the 7th! There was massive jump in the story line with only a brief explanation as to how the characters had reached that point. It ruined the entire series for me unfortunately. The first three books stand alone were quite good though so that's why I have given 3 stars. I have no idea what happened here. The books themselves were ok but the 4th book seems like it should have been the 7th! There was massive jump in the story line with only a brief explanation as to how the characters had reached that point. It ruined the entire series for me unfortunately. The first three books stand alone were quite good though so that's why I have given 3 stars.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Don

    Tarot Witches Series Review I very much enjoyed this series. The characters were created as exceptional individuals and their development and interactions were without flaws. The only content I found to be unnecessary was the explicit sexual descriptions; I will, however, continue to order and read Ms Reine’s books.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Fontaine

    What is Death??? This is one idea of what faries or seelies look and act like. It takes the Viking idea of Ragnarok , mixes it with tarot and witchcraft. Each book has a strong female character, who meets and loves a strong male. Witch and werewolf. Even if you don't believe, it is worth it to suspend analysis and just enjoy one of the best paranormal authors. What is Death??? This is one idea of what faries or seelies look and act like. It takes the Viking idea of Ragnarok , mixes it with tarot and witchcraft. Each book has a strong female character, who meets and loves a strong male. Witch and werewolf. Even if you don't believe, it is worth it to suspend analysis and just enjoy one of the best paranormal authors.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Earick

    Loved every minute of this book. It is the kind of book that you can get lost in. You can escape into their world and leave your own for just a little while. I would recommend this book to anyone who lives the fantasy world. Totally awesome book. I just wish that it could be in real life.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Connie Lazenby

    Great Series SM Reine is one of my favorite authors so I won’t pretend to be unbiased. I loved the imagery. The characters. The way the story line progressed. Some of the adult material was a bit much, but that’s a matter of personal taste. If you are a new reader, you may find an author you really like. If you are a long time fan, I really think you’ll like this series.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Judith A Johnson

    Terrifying futuristic It's impossible to think about an end to our world or another Noah's ark story to ponder. Yet this is a series like that. It a journey beginning to end of witches and werewolves in a struggle to survive. All we need is Thor and the Avengers to finish the battle. Good writing and plot. Terrifying futuristic It's impossible to think about an end to our world or another Noah's ark story to ponder. Yet this is a series like that. It a journey beginning to end of witches and werewolves in a struggle to survive. All we need is Thor and the Avengers to finish the battle. Good writing and plot.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Janet Donato

    I loved the first 3 books but the 4th one ruined it for me. I feel like this should’ve been a 13 book series, not 4. I think the concept would’ve been good but it needed to be stretched out. Main characters personalities changed in the last book and the 2 main characters of book 3 barely made an appearance in book 4. I wanted to love this so bad!!

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