Molly is in trouble. On the eve of her college graduation, she must pack her bags and run away, after upsetting the vindictive witches of May’s Coven.
Homeless and hiding her identity, she ends up in Edinburgh at a time of Corona.
She sleeps in the park and walks the streets by day, while seeking a new coven that can protect her. Terrible nightmares haunt her, reminding her of what she saw back in May’s Coven and the fate that awaits her if she is found.
In the midst of the danger, she meets Ryan, a young Scottish journalist. His down to earth style and unassuming confidence are everything she’s been looking for, and their time together gives her strength and hope. But Ryan falls sick.
Will their love survive when Coronavirus strikes?
About writing the book - and author dealing with the stress of a pandemic.
“I wanted to write a book that would help me deal with what I was feeling… I wrote a few times a week, exploring what magic would have added to my experience of Edinburgh. For example, the duck pond that Ryan mentions is a place that my husband and I loved to visit before lockdown, and I missed it. And the supermarket where Molly and Ryan meet is the same one where we’d get bread to feed the ducks and swans. I also used to love going to Arthur’s Seat, the park where Molly spent her homeless nights. But it was now on the other side of town and I couldn’t risk the bus ride to get to it. So, in my writing I went to these places. I went there as Molly, a young and brave witch.”
Dune meets The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue, in today's world of a pandemic. Great for lovers of Discovery of witches: A story of love in the time of Corona (in the time of covid), of how to find love behind the mask.
Are you a witch? Or maybe a witcher? - Read this covid book and see if you can relate!