By J.D. Horn
Book of the Witching Savannah series
Graceful timber and historical structures fill Savannah, Georgia, yet underneath the city's Southern attractiveness, its supernatural roots run deep. The participants of neighborhood witch households grace the society pages...when they are not secretly preserving their magical paintings from darkish forces.
Savannah resident Mercy Taylor may perhaps now be in charge of the South's strongest relatives of witches, yet she's suffering to grasp her newfound magic. Pregnant along with her first baby and nonetheless reeling from a heartbreaking betrayal, she simply desires to have the ability to use her supernatural skills with no unintentionally destroying dishes or blasting the doorways off buildings.
But while Mercy's long-presumed-dead mom all at once returns, begging Mercy to maintain her presence less than wraps, the witch wonders what percentage secrets and techniques her family members is hiding...and who she will relatively belief. And whilst the chance round her intensifies to lethal degrees, Mercy is familiar with she needs to realize the reality in the back of her family's magic—before it destroys her.
The moment publication in J.D. Horn's Witching Savannah sequence, The Source casts an exhilarating spell.