The Curse of the Bruel Coven

The Curse of the Bruel Coven

by Sabrina Ramoth

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When secrets from the past collide with the present, the consequences may be deadly.

Growing up in a small town in Louisiana, seventeen-year-old Vivienne Davenport's life is that of an ordinary teenager. At least, until the untimely death of her mother reveals a family secret. She's adopted . . . and her real mom is a witch.

The truth of her lineage only complicates Vivienne's life further. Buried deep within her family's history of magic is a deadly curse that has plagued her family for generations.
When her birth mom disappears, Vivienne must tap into her suppressed powers in order to save her long lost mother. And herself.

Can Vivienne become the witch she needs to be? Or will her newfound powers prove too much for her to handle? Only one thing is certain, Vivienne will soon learn that all magic has a price.

The Curse of the Bruel Coven, the first book in a new and exciting young adult fantasy series is sure to cast a spell on you.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156896516
Publisher: Exit 80 Publishing
Publication date: 06/03/2016
Series: The Bruel Witch Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 184
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Sabrina Ramoth lives in New Jersey with her husband, three children, and three crazy dogs. When not reading or writing, she can be found binge-watching Netflix or throwing her very own dance party wherever she hears music playing.
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The Curse of the Bruel Coven 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
rokinrev More than 1 year ago
Review Something Wicca this way comes What happens when High School student Viviane come face to face with a past everyone's been trying to keep her safe from. From student to coven circle leader and first born of the generation, and therefore destined for leadership, Viviane’s initiation into the family Coven is full of choices. Question is, will she make the right ones? Reading like "Charmed" meets "Dawson's Creek", this story jumps generations, uses people places and things to make change happen. Question is, will it be good or not. I won this book a while ago and it's been taunting my on my "to be read" like too long. Good escapist read. 4/5
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It left me wanting more. I wished the story never ended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The story went crazy fast. The storyline itself is gripping, but some more cushion between scenes might do well. I’ll more than likely still read the sequel however because the ending just left me hanging and I can’t stand a story without a conclusion. It’s a matter of principle with me.
ReedsReadsReviews More than 1 year ago
First of all, I want to make myself clear. Witches are way out of my comfort zone. I will read books about them and stuff, but there is sometimes a line that is crossed that makes me want to run and hide. So, me reading a book like this is a rare thing - and, I have to say, I am glad I did it. The Curse of the Bruel Coven is a quick and easy read, not too heavy on the witchcraft and things that go bump in the night. Rather, it is a story of coming into oneself and embracing your own potential - and I can dig that. Vivienne discovers she has powers, incredible powers. She learns of her heritage, of how her birth mother is a witch, and then the adventure beings. Vivi was an interesting character. While her magic use and control grew, I don't feel like there was a lot of actual character development. Character development does not equal a character learning to master their powers, though that can certainly be a part of it. Character development should be a shift in personality or mannerisms, a clue showing the reader that this is not the same person from the start of the novel. I felt as though Vivi lacked growth in anything but her powers. I think the problem was that she was kind of a take it day by day, pushover, whatever happens was meant to happen sort of person. Which I don't have a problem with, if there were more to her than that. Don't get me wrong, I still liked her and the story. I just think it missed the mark on depth and meaning. The story itself is a bit rushed, but considering the short page length, that's understandable. The true gem of this story is that, despite its minuscule length, I was sucked in and I found myself wanting more. It was hilarious, intriguing, intelligent, playful, and wonderfully twisted. I found it to be a quirky and lovely take on a story that has been told a million times before. Ramoth managed to make it feel new again. Overall, The Curse of the Bruel Coven is a playful, quick, and entertaining read. There is mystery, salvation, and magic. It is a tale of learning to embrace who and what you are. It will grab your attention and hold it till the very end. It is a creative, imaginative, and enlightening story about a girl who stumbles upon a secret that changes her life forever.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
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