Winds of Salem (Review)

Maybe it was the historical fiction aspect of the final book in this series, but I really loved Winds of Salem. The rest of the series sort of teased at a past where the Beauchamp family had been present during the Salem witch trials – Ingrid and Freya were executed – but this was the first time we really got to see what that would have been like for them. It was interesting.

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Witches of East End (Review)

After reading the prequel novella, I have to confess that I wasn’t all that excited to go on to read the series. It just didn’t seem to have a lot going on. It wasn’t exciting. And so, I was a bit afraid that Witches of East End would have the same problem.

Thankfully, though, that wasn’t the case.

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Diary of the White Witch (Review)

I’m glad that I read this book immediately before starting to read Witches of East End, because otherwise, it would have been rather pointless. Not much happens in this novella; rather, it’s a collection of short diary entries that tie loosely into the beginning of the series.

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