WORDPRESS WEDNESDAY-READING WITH THE AUTHORS: The Witch’s Daughter Reviewed by Patty Fletcher

This book is all the things listed in the synopsis and more.

There are historical facts. There are fantasies. There is raw emotion, sadness, madness, happiness, anger, and fear.

There is friendship and there is love. Betrayal, and deceit.

If you take the time to read this book you will not be disappointed. The narration is wonderful too.


The witch’s daughter DB82032
Brackston, Paula. Reading time: 13 hours, 45 minutes.
Read by Patricia Kilgarriff. A production of the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress.

Paranormal romance fiction
Supernatural and Horror Fiction

Elizabeth tends her garden and prepares tinctures in solitude until teenaged Tegan starts coming around her cottage. When Tegan asks her whether she is a witch, Elizabeth recounts her past and tells the story of a warlock who pursued her across the centuries. Some violence and some explicit descriptions of sex. 2010.

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