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

3.75

I have to admit, I enjoyed this book so much more than I expected (don't ask me why I didn't expect to enjoy it - my mind works in mysterious ways). I really loved the fact that we got three character stories as part of the overall story. This book follows Helen, who in present day, has started having startlingly realistic dreams about three women from three different timespans while also starting to exhibit some strange powers. Once she meets Luke, certain things start to fall into place about who she is in relation to these women, and how she can stop what has become a torturous cycle of love and betrayal. I loved the historical fiction aspects of the book - really found those enjoyable. Would have loved to get more of Helen's story, as it wasn't nearly as fleshed out as the other three. Definitely a solid witchy read.