Book Review: Lily The Witch Hunter by Emma Hart

by | Nov 13, 2012 | KUWTR

Lily; The Witch Hunter
The Mauve Legacy
Author: Emma Hart
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform 

(November 12, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1480281662
ISBN-13: 978-1480281660

Witches. Vampires. Werewolves. Demons.
Moving to Salem introduces Lily Mauve to a whole new world, one she is in the centre of.
If making new friends and falling in love isn’t enough, there’s also the fact she’s a witch.
A witch destined to be a triple goddess and defeat the man who has hunted her kind for over three hundred years.
Faced with heartbreak, never-ending family secrets, lies and betrayal, she must stand strong and be the leader everyone knows she can be.
Lily thinks the war will end in Salem, because destroying Henry Luther is her birthright, isn’t it?

Emma Hart is a young mum/maid/launderette/personal chef/author who lives in Barnstaple,
Devon in England. She lives with a man bearing the title fiancé who is incapable of
picking up dirty socks and their one year old little monster who currently shouts ‘quack’ at
When she’s not writing or being mum, she enjoys sitting down with a good book to get
five minutes peace, which almost never happens. She freely admits to hating talent shows
on TV, (The Voice, Xfactor etc) but being completely addicted to them and unable to stop
watching. Emma believes there are only two men in the world who can say they truly
understand women – their names are Ben & Jerry – because if you didn’t understand women
there’s no way you could create ice-cream that good.
She also admits to being a bit eBay obsessive. You will find at least 200 items on her watch
list at any one time. Little girl’s shoes is another love of hers – just as well because her
daughter grows incredibly quickly. Sadly, this is the only one of her obsessions she is able
to justify.

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This is a great “magical” series to get into. There are so many elements that create a unique and intriguing storyline. Hart does a great job of creating characters that draw you in. You become invested in the different covens and are kept wondering how it is going to turn out. There are some *tiny little things that I would have to re-read but I am assuming it is because Hart is from England so things are said slightly different here in the US. It is nothing that I could not overlook and enjoy the story. I look forward to reading more books in the Mauve Legacy and other books from Emma Hart. I definitely recommend this supernatural read!!  
MY RATING:          
 4/5 Hearts: Great Read

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Disclosure: I received a copy of the book for review purposes only. I was not compensated to write a positive or favorable review. This is Keeping Up With The Rheinlander’s personal opinion.


  1. my abc soup

    We are going to see Santa Friday. Luckily, they have a Santa at my husband's work party so I don't have to stand in a line with a screaming baby. Hope she does well too!

  2. Tammy

    Thanks for the support girl. It is not getting the buzz like I wanted it to…might just be too busy of time of year. I will follow through since I have some great recipes to share tomorrow, a fun craft for Thursday and Friday is easy…:) lol! :)Have you done any pitching yet? Let me know! 🙂


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