A writer knows it takes a new set of eyes to help polish a manuscript. Sometimes, it takes a while to find a great critique partner – someone who really understands you and cheers on your work. I was lucky enough to find that type of critique partner, and friend, in Sherry Soule. Her talent blows my mind. I am honored to have had the pleasure in critiquing her manuscript, BEAUTIFULLY BROKEN.
Oh, speaking of BEAUTIFULLY BROKEN – it is published through Moonlight Publishing! The book itself is beautiful. The stylistic font and stunning cover encase an enticing story about a young witch. Shiloh, age sixteen, has a summer job at Ravenhurst Manor. Yes, a manor. It gets better. There’s a ghost at the manor, and a hot young man named Trent. The story sucks you in and doesn’t let you out until you turn the last page, hungering for the next book in the Spellbound series.
I look forward to reading book two, and I recommend the series to anyone who likes witches, ghosts, and manors with secrets.