Witch Flame

Witch Flame

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by Tara West
     
 

From the author of the bestselling Whispers Series, comes a new fantasy saga...

Witch Flame (A Keepers of the Stones prelude novelette)

Feira, a fledgling witch just discovering her own powers, must battle warriors and monsters before she and her true love can find a safe haven away from the vengeful eye of a jealous goddess.

Bonus read origin

Overview

From the author of the bestselling Whispers Series, comes a new fantasy saga...

Witch Flame (A Keepers of the Stones prelude novelette)

Feira, a fledgling witch just discovering her own powers, must battle warriors and monsters before she and her true love can find a safe haven away from the vengeful eye of a jealous goddess.

Bonus read origin myth, The Beginning of Time, included.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940045067171
Publisher:
Tara West
Publication date:
11/04/2012
Series:
Keepers of the Stones
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
46,413
File size:
251 KB
Age Range:
13 Years

Meet the Author

A former Texas high school teacher, Tara enjoyed coaching her writing team and even the hectic deadlines that came with running the school publications. After taking a break to raise her baby girl, Tara now works from home as a novelist and cover artist.

In her spare time, Tara loves to read, exercise and spend time with her family and friends. She contributes the cover art for her Whispers Series and has designed covers for over 500 other books. She’d love for you to visit her at www.tarawest.com or her blog at http://tarawestauthor.wordpress.com/ where you can check out her paranormal and fantasy books and sample her artwork.

Expect to see more of the Whispers Series and Keepers of the Stone saga soon.

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Witch Flame 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
justkel76 More than 1 year ago
This was an awesome prelude to the Keeper of the Stones series, and the one I read first. It has vivid characters, a girl with awesome super natural powers she is just learning to use, jealous witches, one true love, and a battle to fight in order to find safe haven for them both. A bonus of background on the key players (goddesses and creators) for the entire series. A must read!!!
Bearhug33SK More than 1 year ago
Witch Flame is a great prelude to the Keeper of the Stones series. While it is short, it gives defintion to some of the parts in Curse of the Ice Dragon that would other wise be left to interpretation by the reader. This exciting story will leave you wanting more.
Lovereadin More than 1 year ago
I love the book . Thought it was a little short. But my daughter just love it alot and has been telling her friends about this book!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Terrible 32 pages of garbage
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Excellent short story. Cant wait to read more in this series! Love this author!
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JulieGB More than 1 year ago
There really wasn't enough story to get me interested.  Very, very short.  It did not interest me enough to continue with the series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just found Tara West and I have read this book and I loved it and can not wait to read the rest of her stories. She is a great writer and highly recommend any of her writes.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Overall very well written. Nice read with good ending. Loved the different powers and images. Interesting view at being shunned in one society and welcomed in another.
Literary_VixenAP More than 1 year ago
What an amazing short story. It’s a companion to the “Curse of the Ice Dragon” series and it so reels you in and left wanting more. Possible spoilers... It follows Feira, an elemental witch who must hide her powers from the villages of Aloa-Shay, where she now resides after being chased from her home deep within the dark forest. After avenging her mother’s killer but unable to stay, she stumbles into an old woman named Akahi who becomes aware of her special gifts, the danger they present and takes her under her wing. But the villagers of Aloa-Shay serve the envious evil Goddess Eris and Feira’s powers could get her killed. It’s only a matter of time before trouble comes to find Feira, taking what she holds dear and sends her and Tumi fleeing to the land across the sea to a place called the Shifting Sands, where they hope they can find sanctuary. Wow, the world building was amazing in such a short tale. I was completely enchanted and left aching for more. Feira uses her powers only for good and the way it’s described on how she uses them, really puts a picture in my mind’s eye on how it feels, smells and hurts. The everyday lives of Feira, Akahi and Tumi are elegantly woven for us to get a peek into their turmoil. Feira and Tumi’s love is very believable and you are left cheering them on, in hopes that they make it. I can’t wait to read onto the novel in this series “Curse of the Ice Dragon” in hopes these two amazing characters are in it. This also includes a background mythology segment “Origin Myth from Keepers of the Stones” which gives us insight and background on how the world was made, who rules it and what has to happen to keep it balanced. An excellent companion for what looks to be an epic series. I look forward to reading more from this author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
this is definately a prelude, not even a story itself, it's simply laying the background and giving some culture and history for the reader to work with. That part of the story was kind of intriguing to me, it had some depth and texture to it, left me curious for more. On the other hand there seemed to be a lack of depth in the actual charecter development. This may not be the case in the actual book, I'd be willing to try the first one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It really compliments the Keepers of the Stones series well.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A short preview of a new series, and it looks very good! Draws you in quickly so you immediately want to know what happens next, and gives you some background for the series. Short but good. Would have five starts but I hate these short teasers
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a b book