Fledgling witch Morgana must defend her love, her home, and her life in this enthralling tale. Lush historical fantasy ... Page-turning romance ... And witches. Meet Britain's answer to Deborah Harkness: Paula Brackston.
Paula Brackston lives with her family in a wild, mountainous part of Wales and much of the inspiration for her writing comes from stomping about on the mountains beings serenaded by skylarks and buzzards. Visit her website: www.paulabrackston.com
A sensitive, beautifully written account of life in 19th-century rural Wales...If the Bronte sisters had penned magical realism, this would have been the result. Guardian An enthralling tale of love and magic. USA Today A battle between undeveloped young magical talent and old malevolence [lies] at the heart of this sprightly tale of spells and romance ... Love of landscape and lyrical writing lend charm, but it's Brackston's full-blooded storytelling that will hook the reader Kirkus A slice of 19th century Wales ... full of atmosphere. SFX Brackston delivers an intimate paranormal romance that grounds its fantasy in the reality of a 19th century Welsh farm Publishers Weekly A riveting tale of sorcery and time travel. Marie Claire, on The Witch's Daughter