WITCHES OF EAST END BOOK

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Witches of East End is a novel by author Melissa de la Cruz and the first entry in her Beauchamp Family series. It was published on June 21, Witches of East End book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From the author of the highly addictive and bestselling Blue. Diary of the White Witch (The Beauchamp Family, #), Witches of East End ( The Book Diary of the White Witch. by Melissa de la Cruz. · 1,


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Witches of East End [Melissa de la Cruz] on smeltitherabpigs.cf Start reading Witches of East End (Witches of the East Book 1) on your site in under a minute. Witches of East End is the first installment of Melissa de la Cruz' Beauchamp book introduces Joanna, Ingrid and Freya; all of them witches, living quietly in the . Serpent's Kiss is a sequel to Witches of East End and the latest installment of Melissa de la Cruz's Beauchamp family series. The book was first.

They've spent years hiding their true nature from others, something that provides no small amount of frustration due to how much they want to help others.

It's only after Freya becomes engaged to the mysterious Bran Branford Gardiner this character was renamed Dash in the TV series , and somehow becomes unwillingly infatuated with his brother Killian, that the Beauchamps seem to start breaking their curse, and slowly begin to cast magic once again.

However one small spell turns into several as the Beauchamps begin to fall into the routine of using magic. It's through this everyday usage that they discover that a mysterious presence is at work within the town, making the women barren, unleashing a strange silvery substance into the waters, and ruining the local wildlife. As Bran is continually away on trips to promote a charitable organisation that his family runs, Freya is often left alone with Killian.

This closeness eventually culminates in her once again sleeping with Killian after he assists her with a busy weekend at the pub she works at. While Freya deals with the guilt from her affair and the feelings that her affair with Killian brings up, Ingrid is conflicted by her own romantic feelings towards local police officer Matt Noble.

Despite exhibiting an interest in her, Matt has begun dating a coworker, which irritates Ingrid greatly. The townspeople's ailments and the mysterious silver substance in the water eventually prompts Johanna to seek her estranged husband Norman this character was renamed Viktor in the TV series in New York, leaving her daughters alone to deal with a growing unrest in the town as a whole.

The family is eventually charged with various crimes involving an attack on a local couple as well as the disappearance of a young woman that was interning at the mayor's office.

But she merely replies coldly that there's nothing to see. Bill finds this very odd. But then again Joanna is odd. The prologue ends mentioning that there are immortals amongst them.

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You are then taken to the first chapter. In which it is Freya's engagement party. Freya while happy about her engagement to Bran Gardiner is very nervous. Her sister Ingrid checks on her and Freya pretends to be fine.

Apparently it is Killian Gardiner Bran's brother who is making her uncomfortable. He keeps on looking at her from across the room.

Almost as if he excepts something. Against her own will Freya makes her way over to him. She tries to talk to him. But then the two enter the bathroom together.

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I'm just going to stop right there. Just because I know what you all must be thinking. Why would Freya who is engaged to Bran start an affair with Killian? And why would you read a book about that? Well I already knew of the love triangle because I read Triple Moon and it was mentioned.

And knowing how the love triangle ends it really doesn't bother me. I really wanted to read this series because I wanted to know more about Freya and Ingrid and their past.

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The book is narrated in third person. It switches between Freya, Ingrid, and Joanna's point of view. It is also divided into parts and there are chapter titles.

I find this surprisingly because most books don't use chapter titles anymore.

I found that it was better than in this book then Triple Moon. Joanna, Ingrid, and Freya are all Norse Goddesses.

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They have been living on Earth for centuries. During the Salem Witch trials the counsel decreed that the Norse are allowed to live on Earth, so long as they don't use their magic.

Avoiding using their powers hasn't been working with them lately.

While working Freya looked at an ex-married couple and saw signs of violence. Freya couldn't really make out what she saw. She couldn't tell who it was that got hurt or who inflicted the pain.

Terrified Freya created a love potion and got the couple back together.

Ingrid's friend Tabetha has been trying to get pregnant for months now. Ingrid feeling bad for her friend decides to help her get pregnant.

Her magic specializes in that. Once she does that many women of the town come to Ingrid for help.Ingrid's friend Tabetha has been trying to get pregnant for months now. Witches of East End by Melissa de la Cruz.

If you go into the story with this knowledge, it's actually great. All hell breaks loose at the family reunion over Thanksgiving, and much mayhem ensues, but when the culprit behind Freddie's imprisonment is finally revealed, it may already be too late to staunch the poison that's been released by the serpent's kiss.

Also this whole book was covered in the first couple of episodes This series is just getting really good and exciting.