Although I liked The Outlaw Demon Wails story better than this one, White Witch was improved over it because Maragrite Gavin is back!
Now to the book. Warnings spoilers.
There were a few things that bothered me a little about the book. The resolution to Kisten's death was very disappointing. I won't say who it is but I thought it would be someone important...or actually dangerous.
Lack of Al Rachel teaching. You don't actually see it, just hear about it, vaguely.
There's little seen of Trent, and nothing of Ceri or David.
The things I did love was:
Any part with Al, Rachel and he seem to be getting along very well. They seem to have a uneasy friendship (at least on Rachel's part.) Although I think it's more of a pet/master relationship on Al's part. The interaction between them was hilarious. And finally Ivy meets Al, although Ivy didn't know him at first.
The interactions between Ivy and Rachel. As someone who really thinks they're prefect for each other it's a little disappointing that Rachel has a potential new love interest, but there's more of those tantalising tidbits that Ivy and Rachel might actually get together at the end of the series (fingers crossed.)
The new love interest: I won't say who it is but I can say that I can't wait to see him in the next book.
Jenks: Well anyone who has read this series knows what a hoot he is. But in this book it's mixed with sadness. His wife is dying and he knows it. I really hope that Rachel had find a way to save both Jenks and his wife.
All in all this was a good book, and has left me eagerly waiting for the next.