ARR Book Review ~ “Micah’s Heart” by Judith Leger

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Title ~ “Micah’s Heart”

Author ~ Judith Leger

Series~ Witch Mountain

Book # ~2

Format ~ebook via Kindle

Rating ~5 Stars


**DISCLAIMER** A copy was provided to me in return for an honest review


Short Recap ~ Dark clouds soar in the skies above Sabre Nichols the first time she meets Micah McGregor. Still the gloom doesn’t detract from the overwhelming hunger she feels for the sexy half native American with his lean body, long dark hair and captivating blue eyes. She wants him.

After attending her great grandmother’s funeral, Sabre assumes she’ll stay a week at the old homestead on Witch Mountain, and then return to her job as a paranormal researcher. But strange events on the mountain and Micah’s sexy charisma wreak havoc with her plans. Micah seems to hide something eerie behind his brilliant blue gaze…

Can she trust him to help find the source of the spectral activities? Or can she believe the tales of her witch heritage? If she puts her faith in Micah, will she find answers… and lose her heart? (recap courtsoy of



Judith let me ask some questions to ‘Esmerelda’ a few months ago, and Esmerelda never got back to me, now I understand why. In this tale, my questions are answered, how deliciously tricky of Judith to make me wait to get my answers.


This novella was a great follow-up to “Esmerelda”; the reader does not have to have read the previous novel to be able to understand what is going on and to fall in love with not only the characters, but the magic that surrounds Witch Mountain and it’s delightful characters.


The love that grows between the main characters is unorthodox, as it’s based on something Sabre doesn’t understand and a pull that leaves her confused and at the same time pulled towards her great grandmother’s tenant, Micah. With love that transcends time and a magic that has it’s own rules, Micah and Sabre learn to not only trust each other, but to trust the magic that surrounds the mountain.


There is no lack of action or suspense in this short read, nor is their any lack of passion. For such a short read, Judith packs a punch and holds onto her reader as they once again make their journey to the magical ‘Witch Mountain’……


1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Judith Leger
    Aug 12, 2013 @ 10:37:00

    I am so happy you enjoyed the book! Esmeralda is happy too! Thanks!


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