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Source: eARC from publisher
Published: September 5, 2012
Photo: from the publisher as
part of the publicity campaign
She defeated the Dark Witch, saving the Haven Witches from imprisonment and death. She found love and a place to belong.
She was wrong.
Haven is not the sanctuary it appears to be. Even love is in danger of slipping away like water through cupped hands.
Some things can't be saved.
A new threat merges with the old as the Witches’ dark history begins to catch up with them. Only Brusenna knows the extent of the danger and how to stop it, though doing so might cost her everything.
Including her life.
Will Brusenna be required to make the ultimate sacrifice?
I rather enjoyed Amber Argyle's debut, Witch Song. It's one of those books that was just a happy thing to read. I had high expectations for the sequel, and I'm very pleased to report that it lived up to them. I really enjoyed Witch Born.
This time around, Brusenna and Joshen are facing new challenges that threaten everything they know and love. I felt like they worked well with what they had, and came through stronger and better.
I really think Amber has a way with words and she knows how to tell a story that sticks. I love how she incorporates song into the story and makes it such an integral part of her world. It works so well and is one of my favorite things about the series.
I'm hoping that there's a third book because I'd love to keep revisiting this world. It's 3.5 Eiffel Towers for sure, and one that I'll pick up in a hard copy.