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Publisher Description

Believe in witches, for sometimes you need magic to ward off the evil in darkness.

It was my junior year at Hawthorne University when Mira dealt me a reversed Lovers card. That meant trouble in paradise. I thought nothing of it until Alondra introduced me to a new witch from outside our coven—Enora. Enora's precisely the sort of witch you'd call wicked. Even worse, she used to be in love with my boyfriend. 

I just wanted a normal year. But as our leader fought illness, I fought with my friends trying to hold the Hawthorne coven together. I felt abandoned. And my loneliness dropped me into trances where I wandered the dark forest alone. These altered states were created by my magic, but I learned that they were spurred on by something far more sinister. 

Where did this evil come from? The wicked witch? The old devil? I had to find out because it threatened the people I love.

Windstorm is the sequel to Broomstick —Book 2 in the Hawthorne University Witch Series. The books in this series are complete self-contained novels not ending in cliffhangers. Some spoilers cannot be avoided, but Windstorm is a stand-alone novel that can be enjoyed without reading the first book.

Content warning: Windstorm is a new adult college paranormal romance containing profanity, sexual scenes, adult situations, and, of course, witchcraft.

September 1
A.L. Hawke
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Raidergirl_310 ,

Fascinating Read

Windstorm is the second book in the series. Even though, it is the second part you can actually follow along even if you haven’t read the first one. The author does an amazing job in referencing the first book.

This book has some amazing plots and twists. I really enjoyed the addition of Enora to this book. She really brought lots of action, adventure, and excitement. The author does a great job at making me hate the antagonist Enora.

Once you start reading you won’t be able to put it down. The book is a fast read and keeps you busy every chapter. He leaves you wanting more.

I was given a free copy for an honest review.

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