Thanks to Netgalley and St. Martin’s Griffin for giving me this book to review.
In an alternative 1844 Philadelphia, noble born Jordan Astraea is celebrating her 17th birthday with her beau Rowen and best friend Catrina. However, her party was brought to a halt when she is accused of being a weather witch, a person who can control the weather. Jordan is sure that she is not a weather witch, but that does not stop her whole world turning upside down, never to be the same again.
I could not get into Weather Witch as the writing was not easy to read and I could not connect to the characters, which was annoying as the plot sounded interesting. I wouldn’t recommend this book as it was not my cup of tea.