Book Review: A Witch's Lament by: Catherine Anne Collins

Summary: When Skye Temple buys a historic house in Salem, Massachusetts, the witch capital of the world, she ignites events that began centuries ago during the witch trials. Salem's bloody history unfolds with her discovery of ancestral diaries, the murders of local girls, and her attraction to Jerome Phips.

A local police officer, Jerome has returned to Salem vowing to uncover the truth of his mother's disappearance during a ritual gone wrong 30 years ago. His suspicion of Skye and her family's history keeps tension between them high.

Burdened with the birth-task of the Goods to keep an ancient knife protected, Skye gains a new understanding of her powers, while the need to avenge his mother's death drives Jerome. Past and present collide in a final ritual between evil, love and honor.

You can find my review for this book here!

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I give this book 4/5 stars. ★ ★ ★ ★

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1 comment:

  1. Ooh, this looks so good! The Salem Witch Trials and that kind of thing are really fascinating to read about.


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