January 4, 2022

Twisted Fate: Season of the Witch (Supernaturals of Mystic Oaks #2) by Shana Vernon

Twisted Fate: Season of the Witch (Supernaturals of Mystic Oaks #2) by Shana Vernon
Rating: 4 Stars
Release Date: October 31, 2021 (Anthology Release Date)
Format: eARC (Author's Newsletter)
Publisher: Panthera Publications

I received a copy of this short story through the author Shana Vernon’s newsletter, and I’m so so happy that I took the time to download it. For the record (and for those who may not want to subscribe to a newsletter), this story is also available through the Season of the Witch anthology by Panthera Publications that was released at the end of October 2021. 

Despite the short length of the story, the author did a lot to set up the worldbuilding for Mystic Oaks. The magic system is really cool - I want a magical tattoo! I’m desperate to read more about Kieran and Lani after seeing how much chemistry they have. Overall, after finishing Twisted Fate, I’m excited to read more stories that are set in the same universe. I can’t really comment on the plot too much without risking spoilers or parroting information from the blurb, but definitely one of my favorite short stories of 2021. I would recommend this story to urban fantasy and paranormal romance fans who love action-packed, fast-paced page-turners.

About the Book
She’s a witch with a target on her back…
… He’s a prince from a powerful dark coven.
Can she accept his help while denying the sizzling chemistry between them?

I should have known my life would come crashing down when I met a mysterious masked man in the gardens of the ball, and kissed him. Or rather… he kissed me. Passionately. Before I had a second to catch my breath, we were attacked by rogue witches.

And his mask slipped.

Only my luck would reveal the prince of the Hawthorn coven, notorious for dark magic. He offers his protection from the assailants, and with danger around every corner, I accept. Albeit, a bit ungraciously.

The heat between us is nearly irresistible, but can I truly trust the prince of a dark coven?

If I don’t, I might find myself dead before the week is over.

About the Author

Shana Vernon is a full-time writer and mother of triplet boys. She grew up in Baltimore, Maryland, and moved to Israel in 2012. She completed an undergraduate degree in Social Sciences from Bar Ilan University. 

Shana fell in love with reading as a child by escaping into the fantasy lands of Hogwarts and Narnia.​

When she isn’t writing or taking care of her kiddos, Shana spends her time reading, exercising, experimenting with cooking, or traveling around the world.

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