I'm pretty sure I picked up this book because I had a severe case of cover love combined with the word witches and genetic enhancement in the blurb and I thought this was going to be something completely different than what it actually was. It was mostly a running from people shooting at you type of thriller for the first third of the book. I was really intrigued by the Fury women's abnormality and their history. Unfortunately, most of this information was given in dumps when Ariel has to fill in John on her family's complicated back story. The prologue is set in the 1600's and then the rest of the story is in present day, it may have helped to jump back and forth in time. I kept reading because I really wanted to know what happened to the antagonist, Sullivan and find out more about the genetics behind the women.
This book would be better for someone who wants a shoot-em-up action-thriller rather than a new outlook on witches.
This book was received for free in return for an honest review.