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Monday, November 12, 2012

Boston Witches. Unleashed Magic. Jessica Gibson's, Mark of the Witch.

 
Today I'll be featuring, Jessica Gibson, author of Mark of the Witch (Boston Witches Book 1), a Paranormal Romance. Be sure to enter the Rafflecopter at the end of this post for a chance to win a Kindle or Amazon gift card!
 
ISBN: 10: 1475119836
ASIN: B0087GFJ9Q
Number of pages: 192
Word Count: 51,520
 
Cover Artist: Russ Turner Photography

Book Description

Magic flows through Jillian Proctor's veins as surely as blood, but so far her life outside Boston has been peaceful. William Morgan blows into Jilly's life like a hurricane, unleashing her magic and sending her out of control.

Unknowingly, William brings an enemy who only wants to posses the power of the witch. Jilly must learn to harness her magic before she loses it - and everything in her life is destroyed.

 

Excerpt

You may as well come out,” she called. “I know you’re in there.” Both girls scanned the trees for any trace of movement.
 
Finally, off to their left, a figure emerged from the thick brush. It was a man neither of them recognized. He was short and wiry, with bright red hair and freckles. Jilly thought he was almost too adorable to be afraid of. Almost being the operative word. He came to a stop about six feet in front of them and held up his hands in a gesture of peace.
 
“I don’t mean you any harm,” he said, reiterating the gesture. “I’m only here to set up a meeting between you and Sabine,” he said as he nodded his head in Jilly’s direction.
 
“And what if I don’t agree to this meeting? Will you mean us harm then?” she asked as she slowly rubbed her palms together. She felt the familiar reassuring tingle in her fingers.
 
“Sabine doesn’t want you hurt. She just wants to talk, but if I have to hurt you I will.” He walked a step or two closer. The look on his face was anything but friendly.
 
“I’d stay where you are if I were you,” Jilly said forcefully. “You really don’t know me.” She rubbed her palms faster. Her palms and fingers were glowing by now.

The man looked at her and shrugged before charging toward her. Jilly put up her hands and grabbed his arm; he went down fast. She kept a hold of his arm until she felt the warmth in her hands start to fade, and yelled for Caroline to make a run for it.
 
“No, I’m not going to just leave you here with him,” Caroline yelled.
 
“Does it look like I’m helpless?” she shot back. Caroline looked at her with narrowed eyes and Jilly said, “I’ll be right behind you, just go!”

Caroline nodded and took off running as Jilly started to rub her palms again. She shocked the man once more to make sure he stayed down for a while and took off after her sister.

She caught up to Caroline a little ways off from the house. They both ran at full speed the rest of the way back and up into the house. Caroline slammed the door and threw the deadbolt.
 
“Right,” Jilly said sarcastically, “do you really think something like a locked door is going to stop them if they really want to get in?”
 
“I don’t know, it just seemed like the right thing to do,” Caroline said in a nervous voice.  

Chasing the Witch (Boston Witches Book 2)- Coming Soon!


Book Description

 
After the events of Mark of the Witch, Jilly at last begins to breathe easier though her powers are still growing. But can she harness them in time to confront a new chain of events that threatens to change everything?

Caroline has finally accepted her life as a witch, but when a stranger comes into her life she's forced to question her family loyalty.

The sisters are thrown together to protect a young girl from the enemy determined to hunt her down. Can they save her -- and themselves?
 

About the Author

 
 
Jessica lives in California with her husband and young son. She loves to read, and that love helped her to branch out into writing. Aside from writing, she runs an online event planning business called the Release Day Diva. In addition to novels, Jessica writes and maintains the blog Book on the Bright Side. Keep up with Jessica and her latest releases and events on her blog.
 

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