Thanks to the publisher & Netgalley for the complimentary e-ARC. All opinions provided are my own.
If the title includes witches I’m down & Ava Morgyn’s The Witches of Bone Hill offers a sometimes darkly engrossing story that’s ultimately hopeful & sister-focused.
Cordelia is facing a lot of problems when the book begins, including the end of her marriage to a man who exploited her & cheated on her & the imminent sale of her home so she can try to settle the debts he left her with. But wait, there’s even more trouble waiting for her & she hopes the house & inheritance that the family she never really knew left her will help.
She goes to Bone Hill, owned by the aunt she didn’t know IRL, & reconnects with the sister she’s been largely estranged from in recent years.
There she meets the groundskeeper Gordon & realizes there are lots of family secrets just waiting to be uncovered.
There’s a good creepy factor to this book for those looking for thrills, & family secrets just keep pouring out of the woodwork. Betrayal & history & a house that shows she & her sister are part of a larger family even if their mother wanted to act like they weren’t.
This one kept my attention & I liked how everything wrapped up so hopefully.
3.5⭐️. Out 09/26.
CWs: Death of mother. Mutilation. Cancer. Mob threat. Reference to oppid addiction.
Give me that HEA, please.
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