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Witches of East End Hardcover – Jun 21 2011
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"A sexy, magical romp, sure to bring de la Cruz a legion of new fans."―Kelley Armstrong, New York Times bestselling author of The Otherworld series
About the Author
Melissa de la Cruz is the author of the New York Times and USA Today bestselling series Blue Bloods, which has three million copies in print. She is a former journalist who has contributed to many publications, including Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Harper's Bazaar, Allure, and Marie Claire. She spent many summers on Shelter Island, which served as the inspiration for the fictional town of North Hampton. She lives in Los Angeles and Palm Springs with her family and is hard at work on the second book in the Beauchamp Family series.
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The three of them start to question their self control and each of them starts to use their powers in their own way. These differ between each of them, and they first start off in a small way, and then in a more serious fashion. At the same time rather sinister things are happening, both in North Hampton and in the wider world. Witches of East End sounds a lot like Witches of Eastwick, but in fact, this is quite an original tale and, apart from the title, is quite different to the latter.
This tale works well on various levels. It is an interesting supernatural story, and provided the reader can suspend disbelief it is fairly easy to relate to the main characters. There is a fair amount of romance as Freya is drawn to two brothers, Bran and Killian, and there is a strong hint that there is more to this pair than meets the eye. Ingrid, despite being portrayed as a rather staid librarian is far from a retiring flower and has romantic interests of her own.
To my mind I was very on board with the story as I have outlined above and was really enjoying it. However, towards the end, this tale assumes much wider dimensions (do not want to give any spoilers, you will see what I mean if you read it). Personally this was not an extension which I welcomed as credibility was stretched considerably further. However, overall this was a book I enjoyed, and one which I read very quickly, in part because it is quite short. I will certainly be looking out for Serpent's Kiss, which I understand will be the sequel.
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I’d have the say the most exciting or intriguing thing about this story is the fact that it was turned into a tv series, but more so, how many stories Melissa de la Cruz has... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Chris hrabok
Very good, would recommend to anyone who likes this type of book. book was in good condition. enjoy this authorPublished on March 11 2014 by Patricia Howes
While it is a fun read, there is not a lot of character development, just hints of what could be.Published on Oct. 17 2013 by Pat
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