Freshman Year can be deadly in Salem . . . At the Women’s College of Salem, Sarah hopes to meet like-minded students of The Craft. But after joining a coven, the other girls seem to have it in for her and she can’t figure out why . . . . . . until Tanner, the new, cute IT guy, helps uncover her family’s dark secret. Sarah will have to learn to trust Tanner if she’s to survive a killer freshman year. And Tanner must accept his paranormal powers to save Sarah when the blood moon rises at Samhain, the witch’s Halloween.
Debbie Herbert is one of my favorite authors. I downloaded Charmed by the Salem Witch this morning and finished it before lunch. This fast-paced read kept me turning the pages.
The Women’s College of Salem is an academic institution for witches in training.
Sarah comes to the college as a freshman after securing a scholarship. Sarah’s mom dies early in her life leading to a life of multiple foster homes. By the time, she reaches college, Sarah longs for friends and love.
Four bad-girl witches befriend Sarah and invite her to several coven meetings. Sarah enjoys the camaraderie until she realizes they’re using her. She leaves the coven, but the evil witches aren’t willing to let her off that easily.
However, in the love department, Sarah scores big with Tanner, a former athlete turned IT, guru. He too has a mysterious past.
Charmed by the Salem Witch is a wonderful read with lots of suspense. If you’re in for a quick fix of magic, then look no further.
I highly recommend this book!
Well done, Debbie Herbert.