Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Waiting on Wednesday - 138

Waiting on Wednesday was started by Jill at Breaking the Spine for bloggers and readers to see what new books are going to be released soon.

Witchstruck by Victoria Lamb

If she sink, she be no witch and shall be drowned. If she float, she be a witch and must be hanged.

Meg Lytton has always known she is different-that she bears a dark and powerful gift. But in 1554 England, in service at Woodstock Palace to the banished Tudor princess Elizabeth, it has never been more dangerous to practise witchcraft. Meg knows she must guard her secret carefully from the many suspicious eyes watching over the princess and her companions. One wrong move could mean her life, and the life of Elizabeth, rightful heir to the English throne.

With witchfinder Marcus Dent determined to have Meg's hand in marriage, and Meg's own family conspiring against the English queen, there isn't a single person Meg can trust. Certainly not the enigmatic young Spanish priest Alejandro de Castillo, despite her undeniable feelings. But when all the world turns against her, Meg must open her heart to a dangerous choice.

The Secret Circle meets The Other Boleyn Girl in Witchstruck, the first book of the magical Tudor Witch trilogy. (from GoodReads)


Well I can never turn away a book about the Tudors, so it looks like I'll be reading this! Luckily it sounds very exciting. Witchstruck will be released September 24, 2013.

5 comments:

Michelle Santiago said...

I have not heard of this book before but i like the cover a lot and it sounds interesting as well. :)

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-michelle

Victoria Lamb said...

Thanks, Megan! Vx

Natalie Natflixandbooks said...

This does sound really cool. I find the Tudors so fascinating + witchcraft? Sold! Great pick!
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Lisa Mandina said...

Sounds very interesting! The Tudors are always good for some interesting stories. I'm a new GFC follower.
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Bookworm1858 said...

I hadn't heard of this but I like the sound of it-I can't really pass up anything about the Tudors either.