A review by stranger_sights
A Witch in Time, by Constance Sayers

4.0

There’s some magic here, plenty of star-cross’d lovers, a little light demon business, some blood rituals, and trips through late 19th century France, 1930s Hollywood, 1970’s LA, and recent-times D.C.

The only thing keeping me from rating this book higher is that for a story that hinges upon a demon-driven witch-curse, there is remarkably little of any of that to be found. The curse is almost an afterthought. I mean, I get that the real story here is the love story, but…I feel a little let down. That being said, I still really enjoyed reading this, and based on the quality of the work, I still find it hard to reconcile that this is Constance Sayers’ first novel.

All in all, I highly recommend.