June 3, 2017

Witches Protection Program by Michael Phillip Cash

Published Date : May 14, 2015
Publisher : CreateSpace Publishing
Genre : Fiction / Thriller
Rating : 5 Star

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Witches Protection Program is about an secret 232 year old program that protects witches and an cop that is unexpectedly thrown into the mix. WPP helps protect the good Divina witches against the evil Willas witches.  Wes is an law enforcement officer who messed up on the job and his father being his superior, sends him to the WPP without telling him what he is getting himself into. Morgan is the niece of a supposed Divina but soon finds out that is not the case and with magic of her own, not everything she has been told is the truth.

As Wes starts his new job with WPP, he isn't believing everything he is seeing or hearing but his new boss Alastaire who is harboring secrets of his own, shows him the ropes and gets him to believe enough to save Morgan from her Aunt. With Morgan's Aunt is trying to put out a face cream that will have dire effects on women worldwide, the race is on to put a stop to the shipments of the cream. It all ends on a rooftop with secrets coming out about everyone and Wes understanding this world of Witches that he now protects. The true ending will put a smile on your face on how Wes get himself into trouble in the first place!

The more I read books that Michael Cash puts out, the more I love them, it's everything a horror fan wants! It a fast paced read with tons of action scenes that will have you rooting for the good guys and I didn't see the major secret that Alastaire was hiding. I truly believe the ending was perfect and it will make you laugh out loud for the reason that Wes got himself into everything! I can only imagine where this series is going next but you can be sure that I'm gonna be reading it!

Thank You to Michael Phillip Cash for writing a story that I can't wait to see what is to come for the Witches Protection Program!!


I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from the Author!

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