Chapter 23 of Summer of the Netherfield Witches

You’d think both being a minister and having martial arts training would make Rev. Honoria Blood the person to take down a witch like Jane Harris’s Aunt Tara. But it’s Honoria that’s slumped against a stone wall with a broken leg. There goes her career as an exorcist. Meanwhile, Aunt Tara is doing just fine, thank you, and has demonstrated the ability to mesmerize Jane with a look. But while Jane’s plan to outsmart her Aunt Tara has gone awry, she still has allies that can use magic to take on Aunt Tara. It’s time for the “Dueling witches,” in chapter 23 of Summer of the Netherfield Witch, right here, right now!

I could see Aunt Tara posing like this ("Circe" by Wright Barker (1864-1941)

I could see Aunt Tara posing like this
(“Circe” by Wright Barker (1864-1941))

About Brian Bixby

I enjoy history because it helps me understand people. I'm writing fiction for much the same reason.
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