In the Witches of East End,Joanna Beauchamp and her daughters Ingrid and Freya Beauchamp are much more than they appear to be on the surface. These three beautiful women are not only extraordinary in their every day talents,but there is something that bubbles beneath the surface of each woman that is extraordinarily powerful. Each has magical abilities that define them as witches. For centuries these three women have been living as mortals because they are forced by restrictions to suppress their powers and have taken up residence in North Hampton.
However,when Freya slips up with her magic in order to help two members of North Hampton,she realizes just how great it feels to be able to use her supernatural side. Temptation,for all three women,has never been so hard to resist and each of them gives in. Whether its love potions,domestic help,or baking,each of the women rediscovers how wonderful it feels to embrace every part of them.
Then Molly Lancaster goes missing. This is the catalyst for a downward spiral in the Beauchamp women’s happy lives. Her disappearance is only the first of many events that force them to face their supernatural side head on.
Family,love,and lust… suspense,mystery,and magic! This book is sure to engage anyone who picks it up. The adventure starts the moment the first page is turned and gets better with every page that comes after.
About the author: Melissa de la Cruz grew up in Manila,Philippines and moved to San Francisco with her family while she was still in high school. She has a degree in Art History and English from Columbia University. She has worked for many different publications as a fashion and beauty editor. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and daughter.