Now that she's joined a coven, Jade is figuring out what it means to be a witch. Spells, counter-hexes, charms and surprisingly: paperwork. She considers the transition from mundane to witch successful with only a few exceptions. Most notably, the demon who keeps showing up in her pantry, her taboo lust for learning demon magic and the feeling that she'll never really belong anywhere.
When a hex falls upon the coven, affecting all witches but her, Jade feels downright ostracized. She knows who's responsible but can't prove it. What's worse, trying to help only threatens her already scant number of friends. Can she control her own burgeoning magic and counter-hex the spell? Should she even try to aid a coven of witches who don't trust her?
Continue the Covencraft story alongside Jade with book #2: Counter Hex.