These Witches Don’t Burn by Isabel Sterling

This is a book I was so excited about that I preordered. While I knew from the cover that it was a book that I needed to read, the synopsis had me hopked. Witches in Salem today? Check. Lesbians? Check. Danger? Checkity check check. 

As previously mentioned, this book is about modern day witches in Salem. Hannah, who just broke up with Veronica, is going through some stuff. She was having an ok time, until someone sacrificed a raccoon and set fire to a pentacle in the woods. Now she’s worried that there’s a blood witch after her and her coven. But what if it’s worse than that?

Luckily, Hannah meets Morgan, who’s super cute and into her. But dangerous things keep happening to Hannah, and she doesn’t want to drag Morgan into it. So her summer vacation is filled to the brim, and she’s got to find a way to handle it all. 

I fell in love with this book immediately, and tore through it. There was a bit of predictablility, but it was still so much fun. It was neat to read about the coven and different types of witches, and Wiccan too. It was such a driving book, I couldn’t put it down. 

I can’t recommend These Witches Don’t Burn enough. Isabel Sterling put together one hell of a story, and it was a pleasure to read. Plus, it’s the first in a series, so we know there’s more witchy goodness to come! Grab yourself a copy at your local Barnes & Noble or Target!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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