#2, Bewitching Hour Series
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Trying to keep her mind off the mess of her personal life, Sam Harris throws herself into the training she could never get a handle on as a teen. Maybe if she works hard enough, she can even become a witch who, you know, can actually use her powers. But nothing is free, and if she wants to train, she has to become a full fledged member of the Families.
But when she's assigned one of her first tasks for the Families, to find out who is burning the homes of local witches, she's once again confronted with the man she'd hoped to never see again: Detective Derek Pierce.
Derek is determined to figure out what the witch community has to do with the fires before anyone gets hurt. Anyone human at least. His investigation hits a brick wall when Sam and her family get in his way. Now the only way to find the answers is to work with the one woman he never wanted in the middle of this mess.
Except the person behind the fires is closer than any of them realize. And the closer they get, the closer they become to being the next targets.
Don't miss this fast-paced, dark and deadly original paranormal romance from Mallory Crowe!
Another exceptional series by Mallory Crowe!
Burning Gold is the second book of the Bewitching Hour serial series. I received an ARC and I'm voluntarily giving my honest review.
This is turning out to be another great series by Mallory. It's a little different than her usual series because it's a serial. Not usually a favorite of mine. But I love these characters and the storyline is exceptional. I can't wait to read the next book Long and Lost!
Burning Gold is the second book in the Bewitching Hour series. This book should not be read as a standalone and ends in a cliffhanger. There is violence and witch craft. There is hot steamy sex scenes so 18+.
The book blurb adequately describes the storyline so I'm not going to repeat that all of that info here. This book had a twist on the typical storyline, which I liked. The witch families remind me of mafia families which makes this storyline more interesting. The author did a good job of describing the setting and making the main characters (Sam and Derek) relatable. I do want to find out more about the families and will continue to read the rest of the series.
Another good one!
Second in the series. Take up where the first one left off. Kept me going, wonderful characters.