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My name is Elizabeth Anne Hawksmith and my age is three hundred and eighty four years Each new settlement asks for a new journal and so this Book of Shadows beginsIn the spring of 1628 the Witchfinder of Wessex finds himself a true Witch As Bess Hawksmith watches her mother swing from the Hanging Tree she knows that only one man can save her from the same fate at the hands of the panicked mob the Warlock Gideon Masters and his Book of Shadows Secluded at his cottage in the woods Gideon instructs Bess in the Craft awakening formidable powers she didn't know she had and making her immortal She couldn't have foreseen that even now centuries later he would be hunting her across time determined to claim payment for saving her lifeIn present day England Elizabeth has built a uiet life for herself tending her garden and selling herbs and oils at the local farmers' market But her solitude abruptly ends when a teenage girl called Tegan starts hanging around Against her better judgment Elizabeth begins teaching Tegan the ways of the Hedge Witch in the process awakening memories—and demons—long thought forgottenPart historical romance part modern fantasy The Witch’s Daughter is a fresh compelling take on the magical yet dangerous world of Witches Readers will long remember the fiercely independent heroine who survives plagues wars and the heartbreak that comes with immortality to remain true to herself and protect the protégé she comes to love


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    I liked this book I think it was well written and it moved along at a comfortable pacelike watching a movie that isn’t too slow or too fast It wasn’t trying to be than it seemed like it was meant to bea feel good and entertaining booknot always sunny and brightnot always gloomy and darkpleasantly imaginative and vividly toldThese kinda books are underratedI’m not saying they should be overrated either—but there is something very respectable about an author knowing how to tell their story with balance and not a hint of ego If you’re the kinda reader be brutally honest with yourself—come oooon that is teeming with ego yourself—don’t bother with this book—haha You’ll no doubt find it droll and predictableand you’ll no doubt have it all figured out from the get go Surely the lurking inferiority complex murmuring in your ear will whisper—“WE could write a better book” My advice to such readers is to do with out this book and to write your ownthen you won’t be able to complain that you’re too smart for it because let’s face it—no one is smarter than you I never felt like the author was trying to impress me or convince me of anythingI didn’t feel like I was asked to take on any certain feelings or pressured into being moved along with how certain aspects of the story were presented I felt like I was simply being told a story and asked only to listen—if I wanted to I don’t like going into reading a book with the attitude of feeling like I am being intellectually challenged for the point of it or that I myself am challenging the writer to awe and inspire methat’s bullcrap and noooo fun I like this rare feeling while reading a book because so often I feel manipulated by authors Don’t get me wrong—I can totally appreciate being guided by an author’s wordsand sometimes I am in the mood to be swept in whichever possible direction they’ve sought to carry methere can be a relaxing quality in this too if it is not overdoneThis book was an easy and relaxing read for mewhich let me justbe The story itself was just like that tooit just was Thanks Ms Brackston Well done En core Have you written anything else?? I’m gonna check it out right now