Welcome my tour stop for Annabel Horton and the Black Witch of Pau by Olivia Hardy Ray. Thank you to RABT Book Tours for my spot on the tour! Check out my review and let me know what you think.
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Date Published: Oct. 1, 2019
Annabel’s husband, who has been missing for years, is finally discovered among the bowels of White Chapel England during the horror of Jack the Ripper. His discovery brings Annabel and her family to the turn of nineteenth-century England hoping to rescue Michele from the Black Witch’s cage. What they discover is that the Black Witch has been forced into an insidious pact with the devil and the devil, with malicious intent, is luring them all into a web of death. Can they escape his grasp?
Annabel Horton And The Black Witch of Pau is the second book in the series, however, I read it as a standalone and it worked just fine. My first read by Olivia Hardy Ray was wonderful and I very much enjoyed the ride she took me on.The world is beautifully crafted, the writing is concise and addiction, and the characters are very vivid.
This is a historical, paranormal, fantasy novel. The world is mysterious and so well-written that I felt as if I was transported into the story and I got to be a character there. It kept me on the edge of my seat and I didn’t want the novel to come to an end.
Olivia Hardy Ray’s writing is wonderful. I enjoyed the pace and the characters. I feel like I’m missing out by not reading the first in the series (though, like I said, this is fine as a standalone), so I think I will go back and read the first before the next book comes out. I enjoyed this and recommend checking it out!
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Olivia Hardy Ray is the pen name for Vera Jane Cook. The Author has published Three fantasy novels as Olivia Hardy Ray and five women’s fiction titles as Vera Jane Cook. The Author is writing a sequel to Pharaoh’s Star called Fox Hollow Road. The author’s women fiction title, Kismet, is due out this winter.