The High Council Witch Chronicles
Published: April 12, 2022
Publisher: GCMW Publications
Length: 259 Pages
My Rating: 3 stars
When Mae Kingsley is forced to move into her family’s rundown lake house, she discovers small town living is not as simple as it seems. Bursts of violence, silent treatments, archaic rituals and two very cute guys with seriously mysterious motives all appear with the rising of the new moon.
But that’s nothing compared to the family secrets soon to be revealed. A box sealed in a vault, hidden rooms, naked swimming. There’s a trove of family revelations just beneath the floorboards, waiting to be exposed.
As the paranormal bonding season for the High Council Witches begins, Mae must quickly decide who to trust and who to fear before a deadly family tradition repeats itself and her chance to live a normal life completely disappears.
There was nothing particularly wrong with this book, but it is forgettable. This is not a good thing for the first in a series. I read an awful lot, about a book a day so a book needs to stand out for me to really enjoy it. I have a good memory for what I read but this book didn’t make any impression.
I enjoyed the family secret aspect and Mae while naive and like a typical teenager, absorbed in her own life still had something appealing about her.
This series is not one I’m going to continue since there are others out there that stuck with me.
I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.