Book Review: White Witch, Black Curse (Rachel Morgan #7) by Kim Harrison

Some wounds take time to heal . . . and some scars never fade.

Rachel Morgan, kick-ass witch and bounty hunter, has taken her fair share of hits, and has broken lines she swore she would never cross. But when her lover was murdered, it left a deeper wound than Rachel ever imagined, and now she won't rest until his death is solved . . . and avenged. Whatever the cost.

Yet the road to hell is paved with good intentions, and when a new predator moves to the apex of the Inderlander food chain, Rachel's past comes back to haunt her.


This book was much better than book six. These books definitely need to be read in order. I love that Rachel has finally decided to just stay friends with Ivy. I love the addition of Bis and Pierce. Rachel discovers Kisten's murderer in this book. We also get to meet Robbie for the first time and learn more about Rachel's father.

The usual players are here in full force, except for Ceri, who is suspiciously absent the entire book. I definitely missed her, I really enjoy Ceri's addition to the story. I think that Rachel is starting to grudgingly respect Al and I think that Al kind of likes her. How gross/weird is that? Looking forward to the next book in this series.

Just One Gripe:
Rachel's denial that she is turning into a black witch.

The Best Thing About This Book:
The addition of Pierce.  I love the way he speaks!

Appropriate for a younger audience:

Characters:  5/5
Plot:  4/5
Setting/Imagery:  4/5
Originality:  5/5
Ending:  4/5
Total Score:  22/25

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