Series: The Federal Witch
Published by Self Published on November 14th, 2016
Genres: Adult, Crime, Urban Fantasy
Source: Personal Copy
Sexual Content: N/A
Reviewed by: James
Probitionary FBI Agent Agatha Blackmore has just finished three grueling years at the FBI Academy at Quantico. She mastered every skill and task they laid before her. She now begins an Internship of sorts working for the Magical Crimes Division. Assassination, Murder, and Betrayal await her. How will she do in the real world? Will her Magick be enough to save her?
The Federal Witch series has been on my list to read since it came out. It was on my reading list for a long time, and then it came out in audiobook form, so I got even more excited. I ended up purchasing each book as they came out on audio. I finally got caught up on what I’d been working through, so I decided to pick up the Federal Witch series. Instead of double checking, I downloaded the MAGICAL PROBI, assuming it was the first book. It wasn’t, but I still loved it and didn’t have any problem keeping up.
The Federal Witch series takes place in an awesome world. A world where there are lots of magical creatures, weres of all types, unicorns, etc, but magic, or should I say magick, is fairly rare. So Probationary Agent Agatha Blackmore is the first witch the FBI has ever had.
This does lead to the main problem that most people will have with MAGICAL PROBI. Agatha is very powerful. She does screw up and act immature because she’s still in her twenties, but she can work some serious magic, and without too much struggle. MAGICAL PROBI is a fun adventure, where Agatha and her mentor solve a handful of cases and have some fun and laughs in the process.
If you enjoy police procedural and aren’t looking for anything too heavy, I highly recommend MAGICAL PROBI, though it may be better to start with the first book in the Federal Witch series CONJURING QUANTICO.Series Titles:
- Conjuring Quantico
- Magical Probi
- Special Agent in Charge
- Witness Enchantment