The Witch's Daughter (Book 1 of "The Coven Chronicles")

Adult Taboo Erotica
Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Claire Chamberlain and her family were members of a holy coven hiding themselves away from the ancient evil which hunted them. Their sexual energy could be used for the benefit of all, but they needed a man of power to channel it.

John Chamberlain was the only male child of his generation. When the power of the Crossing hit, he would be expected to mate with...

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About Alana Church

Born and raised in Illinois, Alana attended the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, graduating with a degree in Education in 1994. She soon found out that the teaching life was not for her, and after a series of adventures has settled down in the Chicago suburbs, where she works for a telecommunications company.

Alana lives alone, surrounded by books, pictures, a pile of story ideas, and a turtle named Pedro.

About the Series: The Coven Chronicles
Moira had been warned to stay away from Night's Edge Forest. But a search for a lost animal has forced her inside. Now, the mighty Lord of the Forest holds her in his control. His overwhelming power has her at his command from they moment they meet, and she wants nothing more than to bind her life to his. But will she prove herself worthy of his desire? And if she does, what will be the result of the mingling of human blood with one of the ancient forest gods?

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Review by: meme34 on July 4, 2016 :
The Witch's Daughter uses the gambit of a world building that structurally requires unorthodox relationships, in this case in the context of witchcraft - so the goings-on are perverted from the reader's perspective, but not from the participants'. Definitely well-above average execution, with more than a pro-forma plot to hold the naughty bits together. I was surprised and pleased by a baseball play-by-play.
(reviewed 11 months after purchase)
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