Stone Guardian (Witches Amulet #1) by Paulina Woods, Blog Tour and Review


Element – Fire (Healer/Destroyer)
Royal House – Purple 

Milcah was born to rule along side an evil mother. Milcah's father was taken against his will and forced to give up his seed to produce a child with unimaginable powers. At a young age she was taken away from the only home she knows and forced to forget, again and again.

Raised by a detached stepmother, Milcah learned to depend on herself and her best friend, Mary for support. When Mary suggest a vacation, with a scenic route, to the Grand Canyon Milcah believes she is finally getting the chance to see outside her small town. Packing a few things and climbing into her old beat up car, she never imagined she would find a new side of herself.

Lost on a back road, Milcah meets her destiny in a small town named Beacon. When her mind is unlocked, she finds she has a past that will lead to the salvation or damnation of the world.

This is book one in The Witches Amulet series.

Warning: Contains mature content.


Let me start out by saying that Stone Guardian has an interesting storyline. I feel that this is a good first attempt for Paulina’s writing career. In my opinion the story needs more depth and at times it feels as if one idea is not complete before the next starts. It does not always flow well and seems a bit choppy at times. I do love the gargoyles and their world. I think that Pauline did a great job on the setting and characters. I could just imagine being there in their world.

Stone Guardian starts out with how all beings were created. The main story is about witches and gargoyles, but there are shifters, vampires, mermaids and more. We are transported from earth to the realm where the gargoyles live. The main character Milcah finds out that she is not what she thought she was and would either doom the earth or save it. With help from her new friend she embarks on a journey of discovery and danger with some romance mixed in.

“Damn it. How can I get lost with MapQuest? Stupid directions.” Milcah bangs her fist against the steering wheel. Two weeks ago driving across the country alone seemed like a great plan but now that she is actually doing it, not so much. “If I had known driving was going to be more stressful than work I would have flown.” After leaving Tucson, Arizona she had gotten lost on all the small highways and now she is on a godforsaken two lane highway where she hasn’t seen another car for ages, her phone refuses to get reception, and to top it off there are storm clouds in the distance.
“Fuck me. I should have stayed home.” Something had told her to fill up at the last gas station so she is going to be ok there, but she needs to find somewhere to hole up until this storm passes. Getting stuck in the middle of the desert during a thunderstorm in an older Honda is not a good idea.
After driving another twenty minutes, Milcah spots a sign announcing a small mining town. Even small towns have hot food, hot water, and a nice warm bed. Glancing back at the clouds, she ignores her misgivings and turns right onto a small, barely paved road.
“Ouch!” Her left tire hits a pothole and she hears the bottom of the car scrape. Milcah hopes the older car she is driving is made out of tough material, she can’t afford expensive repairs. 
Like a horror movie, the road starts to look overgrown and all but disappearing in some places. Milcah is sure the last time this road was paved was when pavement was first introduced. But with storm clouds riding her ass, there is no way Milcah is turning around. Reaching across to the passenger seat, Milcah picks up her phone, hoping the closer she drives to the town the better her reception will get. No such luck. Throwing her useless phone on the passenger seat, she passes under a sign that reads “Welcome to Beacon”.
“Beacon of what?” Looking around at the empty streets, Milcah feels a chill run down her spine. “This town should be named Forsaken.”
There is no other way to describe the sad, abandoned town. It has overgrown grass on the sides of the road, buildings with blank empty windows and the only sound is the shutters blowing in the wind. The town looks like it had been built in the early gold rush years and then abandoned soon after. Turning onto what she assumes is the main street, Milcah feels an oily sensation pass over her. It reminds her of her dreams.
“What have I gotten myself into? I don’t think phones were invented when this place was a booming town. There’s no way I am sticking around. I can make it to the next town.”
Making a U-turn, Milcah slams on her brakes to avoid hitting…what the hell was that? She knows it wasn't in the road a few seconds ago. Scared but curious, Milcah studies the object. Standing at over seven feet tall, it can’t be mistaken for human. A ghost? But a ghost of what? A little transparent, it has wings, which reach from the middle of its knees and come to a point a little above its head. Wanting to get out the car and investigate but knowing that’s when people are killed in horror movies, Milcah presses the gas pedal, swerves around the creature, and heads for the road out of town. Gripping the steering wheel Milcah tries to stop her hands from shaking. What the hell was that? As she reaches for her phone, again hoping it will work, Milcah feels her hand pass through something warm. Glancing over, Milcah screams as she stares into the eyes of the creature, now calmly sitting in her car. Hitting her brakes to avoid running into anything and putting her car in park, Milcah turns in her seat to stare at it.
Milcah is able to make out more features, a heavy brow covering deep-seated eyes, a semi-flat nose resting over plump lips. Though not a classic beauty in any sense of the word, the thing still doesn’t look like a monster. Curiosity over shadows fear and Milcah reaches out and runs her hand through the creature again feeling the warmth and a slight tingle. Reaching for her amulet in a nervous gesture, Milcah tries to remember what she has read about ghosts and the proper thing to do. She doesn’t have any holy water but it doesn’t look like the thing is trying to suck out her soul or kill her.
“I think I have read way too many supernatural novels and need to get my head checked.” Milcah looks out the window, making sure she isn’t hanging upside down after crashing her car. A car crash would go a long way to explaining what is happening. She turns her attention back to what’s sitting in her passenger’s seat. It seems to be studying her just as much as she is studying it. 
It seems fascinated by the amulet Milcah is playing with and reaches out as if to touch it. Moving the amulet out of reach, Milcah tries to figure out what she is going to do. She is not a very brave woman and has trouble stepping outside of her box but somehow, she feels like she is supposed to be right here, at this moment. Looking at her amulet again, Milcah longs to be able to ask her mother to explain what is happening.  Milcah glances at her phone again, hoping to see it has reception. Growling to herself, she looks back at the creature to see he is following the movement of her thumb as she rubs the amulet.
“What would Mary do?” Milcah envies Mary’s ability to believe in the supernatural outside of books. Milcah believes in the goddess and to honor her, humans need to take care of the world they have been given. She lights candles during the full moon and reads her own tarot cards. She even went to see a few mystics with her mother. Yet nothing has prepared her for what she is facing in this small deserted town. She always believed people move on to the next cycle and supernatural beings like vampires, werewolves, and gargoyles were fantasies made up by humans to explain evils in the world.
Last year she had decided to see why she was having nightmares and a psychologist told her she was suppressing memories from childhood. He believed Milcah had been abused as a child and the dreams were her mind’s way of dealing with the trauma. Milcah never told anyone about the visit and never went back. Now she makes a mental note to call the doctor when she returns home.
Help us. The sound of a deep male voice overlaid with many others causes Milcah to jump. Shaking her head, Milcah tries to ignore the voice echoing around her. Help us.
“I’m going insane,” Milcah grimaces. “I need to get to the next town.”
As soon as the words leave Milcah’s mouth, thunder rolls across the sky, quickly followed by a flash of lightening. “Dang it. I cannot drive in a desert rainstorm. What if there’s a flash flood? I have to think of something. I can’t stay here.” The GPS is useless but Mary had been thoughtful and placed a paper map in the middle console. After looking at the confusing lines on the map for a few minutes, Milcah gives up and tosses it into the backseat. Crossing her arms, she sits back and tries to think of another plan.
Help us. There it is again. Glancing over at the creature in her passenger seat Milcah wonders if he’s pushing his voice into her head. Before she can ask him the voice echoes again. Help us. With that last plea, something unlocks in Milcah’s mind. Something akin to a memory surfaces and Milcah loses focus, in the real world.

About the Author

Paulina is a small town girl with big dreams. She is the second oldest of three talented siblings.

As early as three she was directing her family around acting out whatever current story was in her head. At four between her older brother and her, a whole universe was created which the younger siblings were introduced into as they were born.

Her natural ability to tell a story took her down many paths. She wrote plays, poems, small children books and short stories all before she went to high school.

When picking a career her councilor told her writing was a dying art and so she went to school for veterinarian science. Three years later she dropped out of university and went to a community college with journalism major.

In 2008 she graduated with her BA in Communication/Journalism from Cal State Fullerton.

Life got in the way but in 2013 she started a review blog and November 2014 her first book was published.

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Wolves of the Northern Rift by Jon Messenger (Book Tour)

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Title:  Wolves of the Northern Rift
Series:  Magic and Machinery #1
Author:  Jon Messenger
Published:   March 10th, 2015
Publisher:  Crimson Tree Publishing
Genre:  Steampunk
Content Warning:  Non-graphic gore/violence
Recommended Age:  16+

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 In a world of science, magic is an abomination.
Magic is an abomination. It spread from the Rift, a great chasm hundreds of miles long that nearly split the southern continent in two. The Rift was a portal, a gateway between their world of science and the mythological world of magic .
On the northern continent of Ocker, King Godwin declared that no magical monstrosity would be allowed within their borders. The Royal Inquisitors were formed to investigate reports of mystical occurrences and, should they be found, to destroy them.
Inquisitor Simon Whitlock knows his responsibilities all too well. Along with the apothecary, Luthor Strong, they've spent two years inquiring into such reports of magical abominations, though they've discovered far more charlatans than true magical creatures. When assigned to investigate Haversham and its reports of werewolves, Simon remains unconvinced that the rumors are true. What he discovers in the frozen little hamlet is that the werewolves are far more real than he believed; yet they’re hardly the most dangerous monster in the city.
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Simon stepped into the hallway and pulled his door closed. He reached across the divide and straightened Luthor’s tie, which hung askew from the center of his neck. As he straightened the tie, he caught a scent of something foul in the air. He wrinkled his nose and glanced over his friend’s shoulder.
  “Do you smell that? It’s atrocious. It’s a mixture of spoiled milk and gangrene. Please tell me that isn't coming from your room.”
  Luthor blushed slightly and looked over his shoulder. “I accidentally broke one of my vials when I was unpacking. It’s an unpleasant scent, to be sure.”
  Simon frowned. “Please don’t tell me that was one of the liquids in that foul brew you gave me on the zeppelin.”
  Luthor pushed his glasses back up his nose but remained silent.
  “Luthor?” Simon asked, arching his brow inquisitively. “It wasn't, was it?”
  When the apothecary didn't reply, Simon threw up his hands in disgust and stormed down the hall.
  “In my defense,” Luthor said as he hurried to catch up, “you told me not to tell you.”
  “I swear that you’re trying to poison me. You slip these terrible concoctions into my drinks just to kill me slowly.”
  “There are actually indigenous tribes along the far eastern shores that intentionally ingest poisons in an attempt to build a resistance to the natural venoms that exist in their flora and fauna. Despite a wide spread acceptance of the practice, only a very small percentage of them actually die.”
  “You find the most remarkable ways to try to defend your inane actions,” Simon said. “I’m not an indigenous tribesman from the eastern shore. Please stop trying to poison me.”
  “I’d never poison you without your knowledge,” Luthor said before reconsidering his word choice.
  “I guess I should be pleased that my friends will stab me in the face, rather than stabbing me in the back.

4 Stars!
Jon Messenger wrote a wonderful book. I enjoyed reading it and found it to be very interesting. There are twists and turns at every point and people with secrets. I found myself trying to piece everything together with Simon and attempting to solve the mysteries upon mysteries. I loved the way the book was written. There was great detail that made the story jump off the page. The book answered enough questions to make me feel satisfied at the end but also left enough unanswered that I'm excited and can't wait for the next book. The friendship between Simon and Luthor can be hilarious at time but you know that they would do anything for one another. Jon Messenger has a refreshing new take on fantasy creatures I already knew of. It was different from anything I've ever read. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes fantasy and steampunk because this book was great!

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About the Author:
Jon Messenger (Born 1979 in London, England) serves as an United States Army Major in the Medical Service Corps. Jon wrote his first science fiction trilogy in 2008 and has since written and published over 10 novels.  The scope of his writing has expanded beyond science fiction to include the New Adult and Steampunk genres.  His books have become Amazon bestsellers, been translated into foreign languages, and have won numerous awards both for content and covers.
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  • A bookmark swag pack, winner’s choice of any Clean Teen Publishing eBook, and a $15 Amazon gift card.
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Review: The Last Orphans by N.W. Harris

One horrifying day will change the life of sixteen-year-old Shane Tucker and every other kid in the world. 

In a span of mere hours, the entire adult population is decimated, leaving their children behind to fend for themselves and deal with the horrific aftermath of the freak occurrence. As one of the newly made elders in his small town, Shane finds himself taking on the role of caretaker for a large group of juvenile survivors. One who just happens to be Kelly Douglas--an out-of-his-league classmate--who, on any other day, would have never given Shane a second glance. 

Together, they begin their quest to find out why all of the adults were slaughtered. What they find is even more horrifying than anything they could have expected--the annihilation of the adults was only the beginning. Shane and his friends are not the unlucky survivors left to inherit this new, messed-up planet. No, they are its next victims. There is an unknown power out there, and it won't stop until every person in the world is dead.

A spine-tingling adventure that will have you gasping for breath all the way until the last page, The Last Orphans is the first book in an all-new apocalyptic series.

Award-Winning Finalist in the Fiction: Science Fiction category of the 2014 USA Best Book


Wow! I am just blown away by this book. It is so captivating that I just couldn’t put it down. It has been a while since I got so caught up in a story that I finished it in one day. The Last Orphan starts out strong and is action packed from beginning to end. N.W. Harris weaves a tale that is thought provoking and refreshingly different. I stayed awake half the night contemplating what I had read. There is just a small amount of romance added in, just enough to give hope. There is a surprising twist at the end that leaves us on an unexpected cliff hanger. Mr. Harris has done a phenomenal job with this seamless execution of this mind boggling story and has me counting the days till the release of book 2.

Shane is devastated by the death of his grandmother and is not in the mood for his dad’s drunken words, but it only gets worse from there. In this dystopian tale something causes the death of all adults in a very gruesome way, leaving kids 17 and younger to fend for themselves. Teens have to step up and take care of and protect the younger ones while fighting for their lives. They embark on a journey with a couple of buses loaded with kids.

I found the characters to be very relatable. Shane is one that I feel that I could relate to the most. I feel he would save every child if he could, but he would also feel extremely burdened at the same time. Shane and his friends find a clue to what is really going on and to their dismay find out it is only going to get worse. They are next. Will they be able to save the world before there is no one left to save it?

Book 2 The Harvest is available for pre-order and is due out April 14, 2015. 
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Review: Quake series by Lisa Arrington


Ali and Caden thought they were your average teenagers trying to navigate high school pressures and college decisions.

During a camping trip all of that changes when an earthquake ushers in an Alien invasion on their small desert hometown.

Lives are lost and friendships are tested as Ali and Caden, along with their best friends, begin running for their lives. However, nothing can prepare them for the secrets they discover when they begin learning more about themselves then they ever thought possible.


I found Quake to be an intriguing story. I wasn’t sure if I was going to like it or not when I first started, but once the story got to going good I found it to be quite good. It does start off slow, but then builds up quickly and maintains the momentum the rest of the book. There are some predicable parts and then there are those that just threw me for a loop. Lisa Arrington has done a great job on writing this apocalyptic type book with an alien twist. The characters are well developed and easy to relate too.

The main adventure begins when the siblings Ali and Caden experience an earthquake when on a camping trip with a group of friends. After that all hell breaks loose. Most everyone around seems to have gone mad. They are either trying to kill Ali and Caden or trying to collect them. They have to go on the run and no longer know who they can trust, not everyone is as they seem. Will they make it? What has really gotten into the people in their town? 

AfterShock (Quake Book 2)

And the Story Continues:

Ali and Caden Morgan were not prepared for what happened a month ago. Their lives are upside following the death of their mother, a best friend and the reappearance of their father, a man they thought had abandoned them long ago.

The have now learned the truth about the relationship their parents shared and what they went through until they were torn apart.
Now Ali and Caden must learn to trust a man that hasn't been there for over seventeen years, how to use and control their powers, all while continuing to hide from an advanced Alien race.


AfterShock is even better than Quake. Lisa Arrington beefed up this book with info we have been wanting for since book 1. I felt that she filled us in enough to satisfy my need to know, but left enough up for question to keep me coming back for more. In this part of the journey there is more action and danger with some surprise twists you may not have seen coming.  AfterShock keeps you wanting more.

Ali and Caden’s story continues. AfterShock takes us into the siblings training and fills us in on what is really going on. We learn why Ali and Caden are so important and what happened surrounding their births. They also come into so cool new powers. We also get to see the duo in action out in the field. Gemma is still a serious problem but she has some revelations of her own. The Human race is being controlled except for a select few. Who will prevail? 

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Created Darkly (Kris Chase Book 1) by Gena D. Lutz


Necromancer Kris Chase's purpose is simple. Blindly raise the dead for the primary elite, self necro-governed group, the Center. The problem is, she couldn't care less about what the Center expects from her. Instead, she is more content with snuffing out the life-force from every vile creature she can get her hands on; the same monsters her brethren indiscriminately create… for the right price. 

Until the life of someone dear to her is threatened. 

With the stakes raised insurmountably, she finds herself bound by desperation to create the very darkness she always fought against being consumed by, going against everything she has ever believed in.

Warning: Mature Content

Interview with Author Gena D. Lutz

Let’s start out simple. Have you always wanted to be a writer or did something bring you to that decision?
I have always loved to write. I started journaling, writing poetry, and also short stories, at a very young age—I was six or seven. My first poem was titled, The Perfect Lie. I wrote it when I was ten, for my mother, because she was in an unfaithful and physically abusive relationship. I suppose it was a coping mechanism; the only way I knew how to help her. 

I was looking at your books over on Amazon and noticed that you have written Created Darkly, Chasing Magic, and 2 books in the Prime Wolf series, which can all be considered paranormal. I love paranormal by the way. Do you feel at this moment that you will continue to write paranormal books or will you be branching out to other genres? If so which ones?
I only ever see myself writing within the fantastical. Paranormal Romance—Paranormal Fantasy—Urban Fantasy, those are the kind of stories running rapid in my head.
(And I ain't complainin’!)

I have read Chasing Magic and Created Darkly, I love both, but I have not gotten a chance to check out the Prime Wolf series. Could you tell us a little about it?
Ember’s Curse, is the first in the Prime Wolf series, as well as the first novel I’ve ever written. It recently went through an extensive rewrite and edits process. The book is paranormal romance—med heat level. It’s about a hybrid alpha she-wolf just trying to find her way in a world full of big-bad-boogie-monsters. Oh, and she also has to contend with a curse that a jealous witch cast upon her pack centuries prior.

Let’s get to the book that is being featured today, Created Darkly. Who is your favorite character and why?
Hmm, that’s a tough question!!! I want to say Kris, because I heart her spunkiness, as well as her kick-assery. But to be honest, Jude—Kris’s ghostly BFF, is by far my favorite. In my opinion he’s got it all; he’s funny, fully equipped with a sarcastic personality, good looks, as well as a heap of boyish charm that could melt anyone to their very core--anyone who can hear or see him anyway.

As we see in Created Darkly, vampires are created by necromancers. I was wondering. How did you come up with that unique idea?
You know. I can’t remember exactly when I came up with that idea. I just know that every time I’d watch a show, movie, or read a book about vampires, I’d think to myself… “Why do the vamps get to create all the vampires?” I believe vampires are strong enough, been dealt a spade tight hand… so let’s give another paranormal species some power! And so, Kris Chase, Necromancer—Creator, was born.

You didn't leave me on a huge cliffhanger, but you did leave me with some questions in the end. So do you have any idea when we can expect book 2 from you and how many books do you think will be in this series?
Devil’s Playground, Kris Chase book 2, is in the works! I’m almost finished with the first draft.  To be honest, I have no clue how many books will be in this series. I’ll keep writing about Kris, and her crazy crew of misfits, until they have nothing left for me to say for them.

There is one question we love to ask our authors to answer. Before we finish what advice would you give to the aspiring authors out there?
Never give up! The fact that it’s damn hard to write a book is no secret. It’s akin to taking a knife and slicing it through your flesh, exposing yourself from the inside out. It’s just that terrifying, and almost that bloody—if you’re a nail biter. If you believe in your words, in your voice, hard enough, and in yourself furiously enough, other people will too---especially your characters. 

Gena, we were glad to have you and thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to answer a few questions. We really appreciate it. 


When I started this book I just couldn't put it down. Created Darkly is an amazing book with a unique idea about where vampires come from. I love finding books that give me something more and Created Darkly succeeded with its interesting mix of characters and exciting plot. This is actually my first book with necromancers and I didn't know what to expect. I can say I found them to be an excellent addition to this paranormal tale. I find the storyline to be well developed with seamless execution. I enjoy finding out bits and pieces of information as the story goes along and Gena does a great job of spreading out the important tidbits that helps the story slowly come together as we read. 

Gena D. Lutz spun a great tale of a necromancer, Kris, who has to face a deadly question. What would you do to save the person you love the most? Will she do what she has always sworn to never do? Kris makes new discovers and finds out that not everything is as she thought. Her world is no longer black and white. She also finds friends where she never thought possible.

Join us in this journey of self discovery and constant danger with some romance mixed in. I recommend this book to anyone who loves a good paranormal book.

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Core by Teshelle Combs Review

Core (Book 1 of the Core Series)


Ava is sucked into a realm she never knew existed. She must battle the shadowy, soul-leeching nightfolk and the jealous, fanged werefolk, even though her life is already tangled in lies and drenched in secrets. Still, no matter where Ava is--in the thunderous roar of Miami's red dragon fight club or the deadly quiet of the sky dungeon--Cale is with her. And as long as he's there, everything she's endured in her dark life may be worth it. 

Will she be brave enough? 

Cale never meant to find her. But once he did, his world began to unravel. His heart was torn...torn between loyalty to his nest and the burning need to be with the one person who could spark his dragon core. 

Can he win her trust?


This book was amazing! The book starts out interesting and the rest of it doesn't disappoint! I love the relationship between Ava and Cale. I like how it's not one of those stories where the character meet and then next thing you know they are throwing themselves at each other. I found myself not wanting to stop reading and excited about what is to come. I love Teshelle's take on dragons and the way she writes brings the story to life. She would have me thinking one thing was going to happen and then surprised me with something else. I could never tell who was good or bad and it kept the story interesting. I loved this story and would recommend it to anyone that loves paranormal!

I absolutely love this book! From the moment I started reading I had a hard time putting it down. There is so much excitement and mystery. Just when I would think I had it all figured out Teshelle would throw me for a loop. The main focus of this story is on dragons but there are other paranormals thrown in as well. I enjoyed learning about all the different kinds of dragons in this world and what each one was capable. This is definitely not your typical dragon tale. 

Teshelle really brought  her characters to life for me and spun and amazing tale. At times I was not sure who was friend or foe. I love a story that I can't predict all the way through. I got a few things right but was so wrong on others. I can't wait to start reading the next one that is already out by the way. I want to find out what is next for Ava and the dragons. I would recommend this to anyone who love a good story.

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Review for Chasing Magic by Gena D. Lutz

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Anika Webb is an extremely talented witch with certain goals in mind; pass the final hex-trial at Mystic Manor, and spend the rest of her free time tussling beneath the sheets with her hunky-warlock lover, Drake. 

But with all good intentions, evil will fatefully intercede. 

After a jealous foe unleashes a hailstorm of mischief onto an unsuspecting small-town, Anika finds herself battling a volatile spell; where all bets are off, and magic will fly.


Chasing Magic is a fantastic witchy short story. I was able to finish this book in one sitting, so it felt good that I didn’t have to stay awake most of the night and still not be finished. This story was well written and easy to follow. I did end with a few questions, but that to me seems like it was set up for a second book. Gena D. Lutz has done a great job on her characters. They interact well with each other whether they are friend or foe. My favorites are the dragon and fairy. They really add some good entertainment to the story.

 Anika is a good witch who is having to battle against evil and fighting to resist temptation. Will she prevail in time to pass her Witch Trials or will her nemesis win succeed in bringing her down? To find out grab your copy today.  

Book 2? I hope so. I would love to see more and find out what happens next and what becomes of Anika’s Nemesis.

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