Spirit Witch

The quest to save magic is nearing its end as deprivation sickness takes hold at Westwood Academy; will an unlikely hero be enough to save all witch kind?

Enid Morrigan has a lot to learn about who she is, and what better place to do it than Westwood Academy?
Though new to the world of magic, Enid has always been a little strange. Seeing and hearing the dead is something she would not wish on her worst enemy, but it has always been a part of her life.
Secret spells and wards surrounding Westwood have efficiently blocked off her gifts—or curses, as she always thought of them. But what happens when her newfound friends need her to open up her powers? Is she strong enough to face her demons in order to save all magic?
Good thing she is not alone. With Rio, Maia, Tana, Jade, and Mabe on her side, Enid and their mates track down a Lorekeeper who might be able to help. Spiritwalker Judge Dusek is a trained guide helping magic users navigate their paths. It doesn’t hurt that he’s sexy-as-sin, but will his pushy, blunt ways be too much for the soft-spoken witch?
There’s too much at stake for Enid to back down now.
Welcome to Westwood Academy. Forget what you know and let your magic run wild.

Popular Tropes

Fated Mates, Curvy Heroine, Witch Academy Romance, Psychic Romance, Scarred Past

Series Reviews

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “Enid has never really fit in and didn’t know her place, so much in her mind is left boggled… The other witches of course love her, and she knows she has friends. I was so happy to see Enid finally get her story. There is so much in her memories that needed to come out and whoop boy does it ever.” -Bookbub Reviewer
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “As expected I got so wrapped up in the storyline I could not stop reading till the end. I felt Enid’s heartache, fears and pain. As the 6th witch, when her memories start returning and reuniting with her soul mate, her magic is unlocked and the new coven is complete. The ending brought revelations and a nasty twist, but a happy ending.” -Bookbub Reviewer

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