3 Sentence Review: The Line

  1. I thought the themes of Southern magic, romance, and humor were entertainingly woven into an engaging story and I was happy to discover this is book one in a four book series.
  2. I ‘read’ it on audio and the narrator, Shannon McManus, did a wonderful job crafting the Savannah drawl and invoking a sense of individual character voices which genuinely enhanced the story experience.
  3. I don’t have a lot of background with this genre–an impulse buy at Half Price Books, but as I listened, I knew I had to recommend it to my friend Chris* because I think she would love it.

Full title: The Line (Witching Savannah Book 1 of 4)
Author: J.D. Horn
Book blurb: “Savannah is considered a Southern treasure, a city of beauty with a rich, colorful past. Some might even call it magical…”
Genre: Gothic Romance

Brief Synopsis: Mercy Taylor is all too familiar with the supernatural side of Savannah, being a member of the most powerful family of witches in the South. Despite being powerless herself, of course. When a series of mishaps—culminating in the death of the Taylor matriarch—leaves a vacuum in the mystical underpinnings of Savannah, she finds herself thrust into a mystery that could shake her family apart…and unleash a darkness the line of Taylor witches has been keeping at bay for generations.

*Guess we’ll see if Chris reads my posts, lol.

About Mary Fran Says

I am an artist, crafter, designer and writer. I enjoy working with mixed media-- applying visual and tactile manipulations to telling a story. Not a lot of market for that, though, :), so I'm focusing on short story submissions and novel completions. Yes, plural. Lots of beginnings, too many ideas, not enough focus.
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