Kendra Garrity’s twin brother, the only person she has ever loved, will be dead at dawn. Gwydion has done the unthinkable. He has triggered The Claiming, an ancient ritual that can turn an ordinary person into a witch. But power comes with a terrible cost.
Now he hovers in a state near death, trapped in the underworld. At sunrise, he’ll be lost forever. And something dark and unnatural will rise in his place.
Kendra is the only one who has any hope of saving the brother she loves, the brother who once gave up everything for her. But in order to rescue him, she must enter into the underworld herself, a place populated by ghosts, nightmare creatures, and demons.
If she fails, she will be trapped there forever. And if she succeeds, it might mean giving up everything she has ever known.
Warning: Please be advised, this novel contains two scenes dealing with an attempted sexual assault and may be triggering for some readers.
The Port Hollow Witches is a paranormal thriller / dark fantasy series of connected novels and short fiction, featuring witches, ghosts, vampires, werewolves, haunted houses, demons, witchcraft, and other supernatural elements. The Claiming is book 2 in the series, but can also easily be read as a stand-alone story.
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So who am I?
Let’s start with some common ground. I’m probably a lot like you. I love a good story. I especially love reading (and writing) stories that prominently feature supernatural elements, such as witches, vampires, and ghosts. Personally, one of the things I love the most about these sorts of stories is the way that looking at the inhuman allows us, maybe paradoxically, a deeper exploration into the human condition.
Plus, they’re fun.
I also enjoy fiction that has a strong female lead and features positive portrayals of the LGBTQ community. You’ll generally find both of these things in my stories.
I grew up the Pacific Northwest and I currently live in Western Washington with my three cats and my partner.