Monday, April 29, 2013

Blood Hex by Erin Butler Blog Tour

Two girls. Four centuries. One curse.

Isabella started it—all because a boy fell in love with her—but it
ends with Sarah.

Isabella and Thomas meet in secret during the witching hours while the
rest of the villagers hide behind locked doors. And even though
Isabella's scared, she wants Thomas more. He'll protect her from the
night, from his father who'll decide her future, and from the
paranoia-fueled hunting parties taking away innocents.

Centuries later, seventeen-year old Sarah runs away to an aunt she
never knew she had. Her dad? Dead. Her mother? A liar. She wants the
memories of a father she never got, but instead, discovers her
father's death wasn’t innocent. Everyone—the Wiccans, the townies,
even her quasi-boyfriend—are hiding something. The secret the
history-rich town will kill to keep entangles Sarah into a centuries
old witch curse.

Buy it here on Amazon or here at B&N or here at EvernightTeen

Add it to your TBR list here on GoodReads

My Short and Simple Review

Wow... and here I thought only Salem was for the witches. Blood Hex at first confused me as to why there was a time difference. But as the story progressed, it became clear and understandable.

Sarah leaves her Mom to find out the truth about her father. When she finds out more than she intended to, her life becomes endangered and all is not as it appears to be.

Blood Hex was an amazing read once I understood the storyline. Very descriptive and written well, Erin did an amazing job with this one.

About Erin

Image of Erin ButlerErin Butler lives in upstate New York where winter is her arch nemesis. She prefers to spend her time indoors reading and writing, but ventures out for chocolate, sunshine, and to perform her librarian duties at a local library. She lives with her very understanding husband, a stepson, and doggie BFF, Maxie. Erin's dreams of becoming an author started in Kindergarten when she wrote her first story about witches, the eloquently titled, six-sentence page-turner, "The Three Witches". Now, she likes to write longer works in many different genres.

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