Mirror Lake Witches Series by Jennifer Snyder

A spin-off to the Mirror Lake Wolves series. This time is about Ridley, the witch who struggles to control her connection to the other side of the world.

Series Title: Mirror Lake Witches
Author: Jennifer Snyder
Genres: Fantasy > Paranormal > Witches
Read Format: Kindle Edition
Total Pages: 587
Reading Date: 23rd September 2020 ~ 02nd October 2020

Book Series In Order

  • 1 Gray Magic
  • 2 Blood Magic
  • 3 Channeled Magic

Gray Magic

Talking to the dead isn’t as cool as it sounds…

Constantly plagued by headaches and always at the mercy to spirits from the other side has Ridley Caraway viewing her witchy gift as a curse.

However, when she learns of an unfamiliar magic that might offer a sense of control she seeks it out. What she finds is exactly what she’s always wanted, but when visions of people being pulled into a strange amulet strike, she questions her resolve.

Especially when one happens to be an innocent-looking little girl.

Unable to turn her back on the little girl, Ridley taps into the other side for answers. What she learns is more than even a girl who can walk between both worlds can handle—if she wants to help anyone, Ridley will have to go against the biggest evil she’s ever encountered.

My thoughts…

I was interested in reading more about Ridley after knowing her in the Mirror lake wolves series. However, I was a bit disappointed because there was nothing much going on in this book except for her constant nagging about her headache, and we only saw some action towards the end of the book.

There’s nothing more for me to rant here, just that this book was easy to digest, and I hope that in the next book, we get to read more action and that Ridley can finally get a better grip on her witchy ability.


Blood Magic

Ridley is hellbent on finding the amulet needed to take Bram down and keeping her promise to protect Hazel, but not everything goes as planned. When someone knocks from the other side, she must decide if tapping in is worth the risk with so much already at stake.

Bram is coming, and Ridley quickly learns there’s nowhere to hide.

Locating the amulet is Ridley’s only hope in defeating him, but there’s only one way to do so–through the use of dangerous magic. Can she wield it without being consumed?

Magic. Witches. And Danger. Book Two in the new spin-off series to the popular Mirror Lake Wolves by Jennifer Snyder.

My thoughts…

First of all, Ridley and Benji were so cute together! Benji was so understanding and always there for Ridley. Another cute and maybe soon to be couple was Hazel and Julian. I hope there’s a story dedicated to them in another series.

Secondly, I thought the first book was a bit boring, but this second book was excellent with plenty of action, also some moments where I found myself trying to shout to Ridley not to do it, or freaking just let her aunt know of her current situation!

Lastly, the ending was another cliffhanger, but I have high hope that everything would turn out to be okay for them because that has always been the case 😉.


Channeled Magic

Evil has a face…

Ridley’s always done what it takes to protect those she cares about, but Bram just made things personal.

When he brands her with a rune, opening her sight to the other side, things get dicey.

As Ridley faces horrors she’s never imagined, the limits of her strength are tested.

Witches. Danger. Death. Nothing is off limits. The final book in the spin-off series to the popular Mirror Lake Wolves by Jennifer Snyder.

My thoughts…

Satisfying ending! Ridley never gave up despite the difficult situation she faced. Her determination paid off, and she got the HEA she deserved. I’m not giving anymore spoiler, just urging those who haven’t read the whole series to start reading. It was quick read and fun!

I wished there’s another spin-off of based on Mirror Lake town, but I couldn’t find any. Hence, my next read will be the Ward Witches series which was featured at the end of the story. I hoped it would be as good as all the other series that I’ve read from the author.


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