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It’s a darkness that doesn’t want to let go...
After being banished from her coven five years ago, Sarah vowed to stay away from black magic forever and instead tried to embrace the life of a white witch. However, now a family death has brought her back to her hometown of Raven’s Cove, and the good little witch is in line to inherit a powerful gift.
Peter is invisible. Voiceless. Imprisoned in the little cottage in the woods with no way out, waiting for the day that someone will set him free, even as his hope fades. He comes from a coven of white witches, yet was always tempted by the power of dark magic.
Sarah and Peter find themselves drawn together, and they soon learn that to escape the dark magic that controls them, they must first learn to embrace it.
Because the only way to rise out of the ashes is to first burn everything down to the ground.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Claire C. Rileyis a USA Today and International bestselling author. She is also abestselling British horror writer. Her work is best described as the modernization of classic, old-school horror. She fuses multi-genre elements to develop storylines that pay homage to cult classics while still feeling fresh and cutting edge. She writes characters that are realistic, and kills them without mercy. Claire lives in the United Kingdom with her husband, three daughters, and one scruffy dog.
Odium The Dead Saga Series,
Odium Origins Series,
Limerence (The Obsession Series)
Thicker than Blood series,
& Shut Up& Kiss me,
Plus much more.
Q1. It’s almost Halloween, what’s your favourite witch movie or novel?
It has to be either The Witches of Eastwick or Hocus Pocus. And yes, I know how completely different those two films are, but they are both classics to me, and I watch them every year.
Q2. What was your inspiration for your witch novella?
I’m a huge fan of Romeo & Juliet, the whole ‘love that cannot be’ thing really grips me, and so with this in mind I tried to twist the story on its head and incorporate it into a more modern setting. And of course include witches haha
Q3. Cast your characters. If your novella were made into a movie, who would play your main characters?
I imagined someone like Clare Danes to play Sarah, but that could be because I had the whole Romeo and Juliet thing in my head. For Peter I definitely saw someone like Kit Harrington :0)
Q4. Do you believe in magic?
In short, yes.
Q5. What else should we know about your novella?
If you like dark romances and tortured heroes, then this is for you.