Love this cover.
The Witches of BlackBrook follows a true witch through time. Her name is Trin...in this life, and all she wants is to find her sister whom she lost when she cast a spell that caused shit to hit the fan.
What can I say about this tale?
Trin and her sister's story held my attention (which is hard to do). I quite enjoyed the everyday spells they used and the author's take on the world of Wicca. Example of one of the spells: "Goddess of love, Goddess of light, bless my girls on this full moon's night. Spark their powers from deep within, let their journey as witches begin." This is from their mother.
The characters were very relatable and lovable. In conclusion, I liked the story, I might even get the paperback one day, but I kinda saw the plot coming. But there could be other reasons for that. 😉 Also, my other issue, I craved more detail. But I'm a detail whore. I always tell my clients, details, details, details.
I give this 4
And it's recommended.
Through space and time, sisters entwined. Lost then found, souls remain bound.
Three sisters escape the Salem witch trials when the eldest casts a spell that hurtles their souls forward through time. After centuries separated, fate has finally reunited them in the present day.
One the healer, one the teacher, and one the deceiver.
Will their reunion return their full powers, or end their souls journey forever?
A Witches of BlackBrook novel.
About the Author:
Bestselling and Award Winning Author, Tish Thawer, writes paranormal romances for all ages. From her first paranormal cartoon, Isis, to the Twilight phenomenon, myth, magic, and superpowers have always held a special place in her heart.
Tish is known for her detailed world-building and magic-laced stories. Her work has been compared to Nora Roberts, Sam Cheever, and Charlaine Harris. She has received nominations for a RONE Award (Reward of Novel Excellence), and Author of the Year (Fantasy, Dystopian, Mystery), as well as nominations and wins for Best Cover, and a Reader’s Choice Award.
Tish has worked as a computer consultant, photographer, and graphic designer, and is a columnist for Gliterary Girl Media and has bylines in RT Magazine and Literary Lunes Magazine. She resides in Arizona with her husband and three wonderful children and is represented by Gandolfo, Helin, and Fountain Literary Management.
A common FAQ: “How do you pronounce her last name?”
Answer: Think “Bower” or “Thow-er.” It’s Persian!