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Coven War  (Demon Witch, #4) by J.V. Kavanagh
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In this thrilling installment, Luca continues on her journey of learning about the world of demon and witchcraft she now inhabits. And as painful as it may be, she refuses give on the love she holds for Marcus Grey, not for Eliot, her Pack leader and best friend.

Luca’s family show their evil faces once again in the latest episode of The Demon Witch Series. The Coven hasn’t forgotten Luca’s promise to join their midst and take matters into their own hands but they shouldn’t overlook Luca’s demon blood. The Coven’s revenge is long reaching and ever present and she must learn to overcome her bloodline and her fear before she can begin to feel safe once more.

“Oh yes, we had the whole entourage of mythical creatures in our midst. We had psychics, demons, bloodsucking vampires and now we had werewolves. All we needed were zombies, Mummies and the creature from the black lagoon and we could open our own horror theme park.”

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