Paperback: 206 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (April 1, 2015)
Amazon: The Witch's Daughter (Amendyr Series Book 3)
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Ailynn Gothel has always been the perfect daughter. Thanks to her mother's teachings, she knows how to heal the sick, conjure the elements, and take care of Raisa, her closest and dearest friend. But when Ailynn's feelings for Raisa grow deeper, her simple life falls apart. Her mother hides Raisa deep in a cave to shield her from the world, and Ailynn must leave home in search of a spell to free her. While the kingdom beyond the forest is full of dangers, Ailynn’s greatest fear is that Raisa will no longer want her when she returns. She is a witch’s daughter, after all—and witches never get their happily ever after.
Anyone who loves fantasies about witches, woods, and magic should find this story quite engaging, but a word of caution. This is not your typical childhood fairytale. Jae D Magdon has created a rich world filled with all the elements one would expect in a fantasy and tells it in a style that keeps the reader turning pages. I would compare it to one of Grimm's fairytales with and adult edginess.
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