Fire Girl: A Tale of Witches and Wolves by Andy Mulberry Review

Tuesday, May 3rd 2016

Lia’s Bookish Obsession granted the opportunity by NetGallery and Smashwords Edition to read Fire Girl: A Tale of Witches and Wolves for exchange for an honest review.

The Review

Fire Girl: A Tale of Witches and Wolves is as always a charming eBook that was released this year, April 28th. The novel is rather simple in design but it’s not a novel that you can easily ignore either. This will be a spoiler free review, giving you, my delightful reader, the chances to read this eBook! I have to say the characters this Young Adult paranormal is perfect comedy & horror after reading my adult erotica novel the Acquisition series by Celia Aaron.

That being said I really feel that the concept of all these extraordinary events happening to those who are under the age of 18 is stretching the imagination to it’s breaking point! Samantha has just lost her mother while her sister Ally learn to live with their loss. The novel starts off with Ally giving Samantha a tarot reading, let the readers know within the first chapter that there’s some paranormal events happening here. I feel that the concept of this novel would probably be better as a New Adult instead of a Young Adult. I’m not saying that because I just finished an erotica novel, but it’s truly hard to believe a 16 or 17 adolescent can have THAT MUCH INDEPENDENCES without mundane forces not being aware.
The tone in the novel is  consistent.There where times where that I felt that the characters where automatically placed in their designated rules early within the novel.Then where their was conflict in the novel it mainly surrounded Samantha denial even though she was physically wounded by her abilities for now allowing her powers free range. I have to give author Andy Mulberry book blogging  applause because that simple touch of the character development lured me into the characters struggle of Samantha.


Fire Girl: A Tales of Witches and Wolves is a book you must read because of it’s strong Gothic, paranormal romantic elements. I have to warn you that the romantic elements through this novel are actually quite spellbinding. It’s actually the main reason I truly wish the novel would have been New Adult since the under tune is sexual implied! The novel wishing it was a New Adult that way the dialogue and smirking at the commentary could be explored more. It has a consistent tone which will make it an easy read. Have yourself a cup of tea while reading I assure you the journey through Samantha’s adventure will be a journey that will stay stitched in your heart!
Happy Reading


About Andy Mulberry

Andy loves to write books filled with strange adventures, odd characters and mysterious circumstances. She lives in Southern California with her scowling teenager, a chubby blue cat-beast, an imaginary dog and one leaky roof.

2 Responses to: Fire Girl: A Tale of Witches and Wolves by Andy Mulberry Review

  1. On Tuesday, May 3rd 2016 Andy Mulberry (@MulberryAndy) said:

    Lia, THANK YOU for taking the time to read & review. I quite enjoyed reading your thoughts on the book!

  2. On Tuesday, May 3rd 2016 Lia said:

    Aww you’re welcome! I really enjoyed Dan & Sam, thank you so much for sharing their story for all to enjoy!

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