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The Witches of Gloucester by Lisabet Sarai
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The Witches of Gloucester

by Lisabet Sarai

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Beryl and Mareguerite need a third witch to complete their circle. Enter Emmeline who has no idea she is a witch. She does not believe at first but too many things happen that convince her otherwise.

This starts as a fairy tale. I loved the cadence and rhythm of the prose as I read. It would be great read aloud. That cadence of the language remains throughout the story. I loved the story. It is intelligent and well written. Though the women are independent, they support and love one another as they teach Emmeline what being a witch is about. The sex is hot and plentiful but fits the story. I enjoyed watching the circle become complete. ( )
  Sheila1957 | Apr 28, 2015 |
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