Book Review and Promo: Water Witch by Amelia Bishop

It’s been a busy week, but I wanted to take a moment to promote and post a review for fellow House of Manlove writer Amelia Bishop for her new release, Water Witch, out now on Amazon and other vendors:


Book:  Water Witch

Author:  Amelia Bishop

Publisher: Amelia Bishop

Genre:  M/M Fantasy, Paranormal

Length: 171 pages

Heat level: On the sweeter side, but still sexy

Rating: 4 out of 5

So when I saw the title for this, at first I thought it might be a merman tale. I was pleasantly surprised when it turns out that the “water witch” really is a witch, a practitioner of water magic complete with all the rituals and belief systems of Wicca. The other water connection in this story comes in the form of Salil, a Fae of both water and Earth. Amelia weaves a tale of destiny and family and love that binds these two together.  The main character, Vincenzo, has a bit of fire despite his affinity for water, but there’s depth there as well. Salis as the Fae was wonderfully sexy and mysterious.

I really liked all the details of the Fae and the Wiccan community, as well as the “magic” (or some might call it psychic) talents of the main character and his loved ones. There were a few twists and turns as well, which kept the plot moving. Amelia also used water magic rather ingeniously in the bedroom, lol.

For readers of fantasy and paranormal m/m, I’d definitely give this one a try.



Vincenzo is a witch with a short fuse, a sexy smile, and a dirty mouth.

Life demands little from Vincenzo. Treasured by his mother and grandmother, protected by his coven, and blessed with precognitive skills, he grew up happy and carefree in his snug home by the bay.
Then a dangerously attractive Fae walks into his house to steal his beloved heirlooms, and into his dreams to steal his heart. Meanwhile, haunting visions of an unknown disaster on the horizon shake his secure world and force him to take responsibility for the first time in his life.
Now he must master his witchcraft, temper his impulsiveness, and listen to his heart.

It’s time for this witch to grow up.


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