Lucinda's Web

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
Tess Logan is a witch with a problem.

A set of spells cast more than one hundred years ago have followed her into the present day. They writhe and twist with activity, permeating her life as well as the lives of everyone she holds dear. Now, she’s faced with having to disentangle each slippery strand and destroy this web of magic without destroying those she loves—or herself.

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Published by WillowTree Press
Words: 100,020
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452441085
About Dorothy Morrison

Dubbed by Publishers Weekly as “a witch to watch,” Dorothy Morrison is the award-winning author of numerous books on the Ancient Arts and their application to modern life. She has won several awards for her writing and has become a favorite of readers and critics from all walks of life. Some say it’s because of the easily appreciated conversational tone she applies to her work. Others say it’s her down-to-earth and humorous approach to the subject matter. But regardless of the debate, all agree on one thing: Whether in her writing or her interaction with the public, it’s Morrison’s personal style that makes her memorable.

A practicing Witch since the early seventies, Morrison is an elder of the Georgian Tradition of Wicca, an initiate of the RavenMyst Circle Tradition, and a member of the Coven of the Raven in Flint, Michigan.

Morrison currently lives in Virginia with her husband, Mark, and their black lab, Dixie. She handles a voracious tour schedule and travels the country giving lectures and teaching classes related to Witchcraft.

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Review by: Mike Gleason on Feb. 19, 2012 :
Lucinda’s Web by Dorothy Morrison © 2008 WillowTree Press eBook $4.99 (U.S.)

I have read some of Dorothy Morrison’s non-fiction work and enjoyed her approach and style. But there is often a difference between “teaching” and “storytelling” so I was looking forward to this book. I was NOT disappointed. Ms. Morrison’s talents are equally at play in each genre.

I love well crafted (if you will pardon the pun) fiction by people comfortable with the Pagan life. Too many authors make a character’s religious belief the center point of an otherwise pedestrian story. That is not a problem on either count with this book. The religious beliefs, although important to the development of the storyline, are not dominating; and the story is anything but pedestrian. The pacing is excellent; the characters are thoroughly believable (and enjoyable); and the plot is not so outrageous that it is an insult to the intelligence of the reader.

I can tell you the following items: First, it is a fun book. I don’t mean that it is sweetness and light. It definitely has a darker side, but it is not depressing. Second, it is obvious from the ending that this is only the beginning. There are more stories to tell involving these characters (and I am sure Ms. Morrison will be telling them over the next several years).
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)

Review by: Janece Suarez on Sep. 12, 2010 :
Dorothy Morrison takes us into her intriguing world and helps us see how real it is with likable and interesting characters that you expect to meet in your local grocers gliding through a gripping plot expertly filled with magic(k) and the paranormal.
(reviewed 23 days after purchase)

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