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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

The Darkness Within

My bff Kelly Hashway has a new book coming out this month!

After dying of cancer at seventeen and being brought back to life by an evil witch who turned her into a monster, Samantha Thompson thinks she's finally gotten past all the tragedy in her life. Now she's part of a coven of good witches who are helping her and her boyfriend, Ethan Anderson, learn to use the powers they received from other witches. Aside from the fact that Sam and Ethan are still in hiding from their old lives--the ones they had before Sam was brought back to life--things couldn't be better. Sam and Ethan are inseparable. What could go wrong? Magic. Ethan's magic came from a witch who'd turned as evil as possible, and though his coven thought he'd be fine, the more he uses his magic, the stranger he starts acting. The magic inside him is changing who he is. One minute he's Sam's sweet, perfect Ethan and the next, he's a complete stranger. Even with all her witchy power, Sam is helpless against the magic corrupting Ethan. Can Sam find out what's wrong with him before she loses him to dark magic forever?" 

I'm looking forward to this. What are you looking forward to?

5 comments:

dolorah said...

Witches are coming back into popularity. I like that.

Huntress said...

Looks great. I'll check this out.
Adult, I guess? NA?

Charity Bradford said...

Sounds fascinating!

Kelly Hashway said...

Thanks for featuring The Darkness Within!

Huntress, it's YA, but the characters live on their own so it reads as upper YA.

Just an FYI, the book actually releases on June 2nd, so you still have a little while until it comes out, but it's the sequel to The Monster Within, and that's out now if you want to get started on the series. :)

Liz A. said...

Sounds great. I do enjoy witch stories.