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The Blood Witching By Eleanor Keane,

  • Title: The Blood Witching
  • Author: Eleanor Keane
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Angelica Blackthorne is many things beautiful, bold, cruel and in the grip of a madness that threatens to destroy her Resurrected as a vampire sorceress known as the Blood Witch, Angelica s lust for power knows no bounds, and she will stop at nothing to claim back her ex lover, the vampire Nerissa Naughton despite having murdered Nerissa s family years before.Nerissa NaAngelica Blackthorne is many things beautiful, bold, cruel and in the grip of a madness that threatens to destroy her Resurrected as a vampire sorceress known as the Blood Witch, Angelica s lust for power knows no bounds, and she will stop at nothing to claim back her ex lover, the vampire Nerissa Naughton despite having murdered Nerissa s family years before.Nerissa Naughton may be powerful, but confronting Angelica could cost her everything even with the help of an unusual alliance of vampires, werewolves, mortals and the vampire huntress Rowan Oakwood.With Angelica desperate to win Nerissa back, only three things are certain hearts will be broken, blood will be spilled, and nothing will be the same again The Blood Witching is a dark vampire fantasy for young adults It is the second title in The Breathing Ghosts Series.
    The Blood Witching Angelica Blackthorne is many things beautiful bold cruel and in the grip of a madness that threatens to destroy her Resurrected as a vampire sorceress known as the Blood Witch Angelica s lust for p

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    1. Goofy queer vampire soap opera continues There s blood, there s gore, there s hilariously overwrought descriptions of the titular blood witchery, there s belief defying coincidences, there s incest, there s a vampire kitten, there s a valiant attempt to write a trans character that unfortunately devolves into cliches and Teachable Moments but hey, she ends up doing okay for herself narratively so I m counting it as a win Sad, isn t it The writing tries to be by turns horrific and archly Wodehous [...]

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