Practicing Pagan

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
There’s always been something different about Ro. It’s the secret she's kept as long as she can remember. Now she’s sharing more than magic with her new Sydney friends until she meets Nathanial and everything changes. He’s intoxicating but Nathanial is not what he seems. Suddenly she’s fighting for her life. Friend or lover, it’s time to choose as a mystery unfolds that is centuries old. More

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About Faie Bell

Faie Bell is the paranormal pen name of ND Campbell, a communications professional and writer who lives in regional New South Wales with her partner, Bruce and Jack Russell Terrier, Molly. She has a strong interest in paganism, meditation and a variety of other spiritual traditions which has led her to explore the roots of magic in her first novel, Practicing Pagan.
She is currently working on book two of the Guardian Trilogy, The Culpepper Coven.

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Jan Almond reviewed on on Oct. 14, 2013

Ro is a wonderful character growing in confidence and our hearts, as her story progresses. The settings and descriptions were clear and beautifully crafted, I felt I was in Sydney, with Ro and her companions.
At times, I struggled to put Practicing Pagan down and am waiting impatiently for the next instalment. Loved it!
(reviewed 53 days after purchase)
Beverley Oakley reviewed on on Feb. 16, 2013

I loved the characters in this story and the skilful way the author brings Ro, the heroine, to life in such a deeply empathetic way.

Ro is a misfit in her rural Australian town with her abilities to see the dead.

When she moves to Sydney and finds herself among kindred spirits, she discovers real friendship at the same time as she is caught up in a deep, compelling mystery.

The conflicting loyalties she faces makes this a real page-turner. I'm a recent convert to the Young Adult genre and this is one I'd recommend to both teenagers and adults alike.

A deeply engrossing story about witchcraft, friendship and a perilous decision to be made overlaid with a wonderful romance.
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Silvia Liertz reviewed on on Feb. 6, 2013

This book opened a world of witchcraft that I could connect to. Set in the beautiful world city of Sydney, Faie Bell's writing just makes you smile. The characters are warm. The imagery rich. This is a thrilling romance. I look forward to the second book in this trilogy!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
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