The Witch of Willow Hall (Paperback)
After a dark family secret forces her family to move from their comfortable lives in Boston to a rural estate in New Oldbury, Lydia must confront a series of dark and supernatural events which cause her to question both her family and herself. This novel is a suspenseful and atmospheric read; yet despite all of the sinister and paranormal elements, I was most drawn in by the electric chemistry between Lydia and John, one of the town's most eligible bachelors, who himself is haunted by tragedy. The Witch of Willow Hall provides a highly satisfying balance of the supernatural, the romantic, and the ties-- both positive and negative-- that bind a family together.— From Jen's Picks
Two centuries after the Salem witch trials, there's still one witch left in Massachusetts. But she doesn't even know it. Take this as a warning: if you are not able or willing to control yourself, it will not only be you who suffers the consequences, but those around you, as well. New Oldbury, 1821 In the wake of a scandal, the Montrose family and their three daughters--Catherine, Lydia and Emeline--flee Boston for their new country home, Willow Hall. The estate seems sleepy and idyllic. But a subtle menace creeps into the atmosphere, remnants of a dark history that call to Lydia, and to the youngest, Emeline. All three daughters will be irrevocably changed by what follows, but none more than Lydia, who must draw on a power she never knew she possessed if she wants to protect those she loves. For Willow Hall's secrets will rise, in the end...