By Debora Geary
Elorie Shaw, steeped within the traditions of the Nova Scotia witching neighborhood, yet now not a witch. The fetching spell should have goofed this time... or did it?
Travel to Fisher's Cove, Nova Scotia, the place Moira is matriarch and the previous methods are nurtured and handed to the following new release. the place a crotchety previous witch makes babies cry and builds partitions round the silent ache in his middle. And the place Elorie - sea-glass artist, resort proprietor, and Moira's granddaughter - makes her home. The outdated magics are robust the following. that's all high-quality and stable till the fetching spell pulls Elorie into Witches' Chat. simply because she's no longer a witch. Or at the very least no longer any form of witch the outdated methods recognize... A Hidden Witch is the sequel to a contemporary Witch, the optimal publication in modern delusion. whereas every one e-book tells a whole tale, you'll benefit from the characters way more should you begin firstly of the series. Debora Geary is engaged on a number of extra books anticipated out in 2012, if the youngsters don't spill from now on water on her computing device.
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A Hidden Witch (A Modern Witch Series, Book 2) by Debora Geary