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The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell – Review by Moriah Venable

The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch's taleThe Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Moon in Her Eyes is a stand-alone novel by Nikki Broadwell. This is my second novel by this author.

On her 18th birthday, Emeline take her place among her fellow witches including her Grandfather.

With the ability to travel through time, Emeline must prove her innocence when she is blamed for everything going wrong in the lives of tribe Wampanoag tribe in the year 1694. But there is more to her than even she knows.

I don’t read witches stories very much. I am very selective with the ones I do read but I really enjoyed this one.

The plot of time travel and Emeline trying to get the attention of the boy of she loves to remember was really interesting.

I highly recommend this novel.

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The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell – Review by Candida Hopper

The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch's taleThe Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale
By Nikki Broadwell

I was sucked into this magical fantasy as soon as I started reading. This is a fast paced book with a lot of action, drama, romance, and time travel. Emeline is trying to figure out why the timeline is askew, and if she’s the cause. Will she be able to make things right? The author did an amazing job, with so much going on in the story it wasn’t confusing or erratic. Her story telling and world building made this an exceptional read for me. I was on the edge of me seat for most of the time. I loved the characters in this story, they are very well developed. This book is the second book but can be read as a standalone without feeling like you have missed out on anything. I truly enjoyed the journey this story took me on. I highly recommend this book.

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The Moon in Her Eyes: A Witch’s Tale (Witch Series) by Nikki Broadwell- Review by Emma Morreale

The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch's taleThe Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

First off, this is the second book in the series and I read this one first. I don’t feel like I was missing out on any information that was super important to the plot of this book but I normally suggest reading a series in order.
The first chapter threw me for a loop because you are thrown right into some sort of ritual and the chapter ends abruptly with the next one starting by letting you know what specific year it is. I spent a minute trying to figure out if that had any bearing on what I had just read and why that wasn’t also put at the beginning of the book. Dialogue got a bit messy and confusing in chapter two and usually this would be enough to turn me off of a book but I could already tell this was my kind of story.
The main character, Emeline, is a time traveling witch. She is living in 1694 when she gets a surprising visit from her sister, Jean, who lives in the modern age. Jean tries to convince Emeline to come back with her but little bits of what she is saying don’t match up with her sister’s memories. I think about this kind of ramification of time travel all the time so I IMMEDIATELY latched on to this, ready for anything.
There were one or two bits that I couldn’t suspend my disbelief for (like a 16 year old living through the 2010’s and having no idea what sex is) but for the most part I really enjoyed reading this book and will absolutely be picking up the first book in the series.

Reviewed by @emorreale

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The Moon In Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell – Review by Madison Degraffenreid

The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch's taleThe Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Moon In Her Eyes by Nikki Broadwell, A Witches Tale Book Two

5-stars

Such an excellent novel full of excitement and time travel. I loved following main character Em as she traveled through time attempting to correct history and put an end to different tasks. At no point did I feel bored with this novel. I found the different time lines and possible futures fascinating and at times a bit scary. I highly recommend this book.

Reviewed by @mratclif

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The Moon In Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell – Review by Tausha Treadway

The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch's taleThe Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Moon In Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell. This is one of the few Fantasy books I’ve read and at the beginning I wasn’t sure I would like it but it sucked me in right until the very end. Is about a witch named Emeline in 1694 who lives among the Wampanoag Tribe. She is happiest here with her husband the love of her life. When circumstances cause her to have to time travel it messes everything up including her love life. She spends most of the book trying to find the answers to fix everything that was messed up with the time travel. When the timelines get all mixed up it makes everything go crazy. Can Emeline fix the mess she’s made and does she know who she can trust to help her. This book will keep you turning the pages wanting to see what happens. I will read more of these books!

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The Moon in Her Eyes (A Witches Tale) by Nikki Broadwell – Review by Tracy Wilkin

The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch's taleThe Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The Moon in Her Eyes: A Witch’s Tale is a paranormal romance, thriller, suspenseful drama by Nikki Broadwell. A fantasy brought to life, Emaline is a quirky time travelling witch who embarks on many adventures, providing endless action and intrigue.

This author keeps a reader on their toes, and I never knew what to expect next. Having read this author’s work before, it was truly eventful and eye opening. Lines are blurred. Past from reality. I was constantly surprised and brazenly glued to the pages.

I loved reading about Emaline’s adventures that never once lacked excitement and constantly gave more with each chapter. 4 stars

Reviewed by @tracywilkin

The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell – Review by Heather Lovelace

The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch's taleThe Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Paranormal – check.
Fantasy – check.
Romance – check.
Time travel – check.
This book grabbed my attention immediately. Although the second book in the series, I jumped in without having read the first and didn’t feel like I was at a disadvantage. The storyline was fascinating. The characters were well developed. The storyline was rich in detail. Really enjoyed this book and look forward to going back to read the first in the series.

Reviewed by @heatherlovelace

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The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell – Review by Erin Wolf

The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch's taleThe Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I give The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell, 4 stars.

Emeline is a witch that can time travel, among other things. She is happiest living in 1694 among her Indian tribe with her husband. But when circumstances arrive, she finds she must leave. Travelling make to current times, she finally meets more witches and learns more about just what she can do. But there is so much more going on than just her troubles. The timelines are being altered. Who is doing this and why? Will she be able to get back to the husband she loves?

I would describe this as a fantasy time travel book. There is much just back and forth in time and places. There is quite a bit going on in this story. There is danger every where Emeline looks. She and her friends are trying to make things right again. But there are others opposed to this. And just who can she trust? I have never read anything like this before and while it was a little difficult for me to follow at first because I am new to time travel books, I quickly fell into the story and was right there beside her. She had to make extremely difficult decisions, but it shows her humanity.

I quite enjoyed this book and happily recommend it.

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The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell – Review by Erica Fish

The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch's taleThe Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Nikki Broadwell has a great handle on all of the subject matters she writes about and this one is no different. This would be considered a thriller, fantasy, magical genre book. The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale is a great story with vivid scenery and characters. This is the second book and can be a stand-alone story. I did not read the first story A Witch in Time Saves Nine (I am going to reading this book next). This is not my first Nikki Broadwell book and it will not be my last one. Broadwell sets the entire book up as though you are right in the middle of the action. Personally I find myself relating to her characters. Emeline, female main character, is a time traveling witch who can get into trouble if she is not careful. The story does shifts between past and present time (for the story) which could be a bit confusing. Emeline is trying to figure out her destiny, but is going about it all wrong. Will Emeline figure out what is going on so she doesn’t taper too much of the time line?

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The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell – Review by Bobbi Wagner

The Moon in Her Eyes: a witch's taleThe Moon in Her Eyes: a witch’s tale by Nikki Broadwell
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a paranormal, time traveling story that I enjoyed from beginning to end. Emeline is a witch that can time travel but life is not as nice as what you might think. She is blamed for things in point in time while in another her timelines are so messed up that the man she loves cannot remember her. One of the things I enjoyed is how easily this story read while it was going back and forth in time. The characters are strong and I enjoyed watching them grow. I highly recommend Em’s story.

Review by @bjwagner
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