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The Daughters of Maine
     

The Daughters of Maine

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by Tish Thawer
 

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Through space and time, sisters entwined. Lost then found, souls remain bound.

After being reunited in the present day, three sister witches are forced to separate once more in an effort to save their newly formed coven and themselves.

Foes from their past now threaten their future, and a trip that spans centuries is their only hope of survival. Chasing their

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Through space and time, sisters entwined. Lost then found, souls remain bound.

After being reunited in the present day, three sister witches are forced to separate once more in an effort to save their newly formed coven and themselves.

Foes from their past now threaten their future, and a trip that spans centuries is their only hope of survival. Chasing their enemy back through time seems like the right choice, but will walking in the footsteps of their previous lives provide the answers they seek?

Only time will tell.

A Witches of BlackBrook novel

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ISBN-13:
9781543298512
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
03/04/2017
Pages:
232
Sales rank:
223,483
Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 5.40(h) x 0.60(d)

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The Daughters of Maine 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
CharityRowell-Stansbury 7 months ago
Since I enjoyed the first book in this series, The Witches of Blackbrook, I was pretty sure that I'd enjoy this book too and I was not disappointed! I received a free ARC from Enticing Journey Book Promotions with the option of leaving an honest review. One of the problems I had with the first book was that we really didn't learn much about the sisters. This book addressed that issue by allowing us to learn more about the eldest sister, Trina, and one of her past lives. Thawer's attention to detail really shines as we follow the sisters into Trina's past to reveal Ann's plot to destroy the sisters; the combination of Trina's history and the masterfully built setting weaves a compelling story that readers will find entrancing. Another aspect of the book that I found intriguing was how Thawer effortlessly demonstrated the similarities and differences of witchcraft and Native American spiritualism. It was subtle but I thought it added a fascinating twist to a plot that was already amazing. Thawer continues to demonstrate her knowledge and respect of the Craft and herbalism in this book. This is something that many books in the genre fail to do convincingly; however, it comes across as second nature to Thawer. The Daughters of Maine is a brilliantly written second installment to a series that promises to be nothing short of amazing. I am definitely looking forward to the release of the third book!