Since the gripping conclusion of ONCE A WITCH, Tamsin Greene has been having nightmares. Though she should be enjoying her new boyfriend, Gabriel. Buy a cheap copy of Always a witch book by Carolyn MacCullough. Tamsin Greene has been haunted by her grandmother’s prophecy that she will soon. How does one go about saving one’s family from history?.

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P Why couldn’t Tamsin really have been the black sheep?

Once a Witch (Witch, #1) by Carolyn MacCullough

Tamsin is a likeable heroine who doesn’t whine or angst or fall in love with multiple men at the same time. Manuela Soares No, she doesn’t. Perhaps others will get something different from this book, but for me it was a major disappointment. Open Preview See a Problem? Dia yang diprediksikan oleh sang nenek akan menjadi yang paling kuat di antara keluarganya justru tidak terlihat tanda-tanda bahwa ia memiliki Talenta luar biasa.

Her family is ecstatic and expect the best from her. I’ve been reading a lot of mediocre teen books lately so I didn’t have my hopes up too high when I started this one. Tasmin and Gabriel are back for more adventures of the witchy variety. I love that Tam doesn’t always have the answers, but it doesn’t stop her from trying.


Liuk-liuk, jari-jari, gerakan-gerakan, komat-kamit I was very pleased with how well the story flowed and the little pieces that weren’t left unfinished such as making the promise to “Cook” to change back “Mary”. Which is pretty cool. Instead of whining, giving up, and loving other men, she is determined and very level headed.

No romantic feelings towards the perverts? Does Tamsin get together with the professor? Readers who love time travel stories will enjoy Tamsin’s adventures in nineteenth century New York.

Once a Witch

Although, seeing Rowena’s wedding wouldn’t have been bad. The bby was very smooth and easy to read. I like that Tamsin was focused on trying to save her family, instead of thinking about boys and other angsty nonesense.

So, in the end, I really did like Always a Witch. Another weakness that I saw was how adjusted Tam seem to being in the ‘s New York. They are all around Tamsin.

Third, I apparently have a choice ahead of me. Gabriel, however, seems to be strictly supporting cast, as in the first book.

The book was a continuous stream of fast-paced tension with an added dose of action. And she has escaped—at least a little, in her dorm at prep school. After reading, I’ve decided that it was pretty good. This book does a good job of picking the story back laways were it left off in Once a Witch.


It’s a quick and fun read. Spoilers and complaining ahead: The professor mistakes Tamsin for her sister and asks her to find a special object for him.

Always a Witch

View all 5 comments. By the time I got to Rowena’s Engagement macculloughh, her grandmother’s prediction for her when she was born ‘she will be a beacon’ and Tamsin’s meeting with Gabriel a childhood friend she hasn’t seen in years who has the ability to find lost things I was hooked.

When she’s mistaken for her super Talented with a capital T sister Rowena, she tries to prove herself to her family by finding a long lost family heirloom for a handsome young professor. View all csrolyn comments.