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These Witches Don't BurnForcing Hannah to team up with the last person she wants to see VeronicaWhile the pair attempt to smoke out the Blood Witch at a house party Hannah meets Morgan a cute new ballerina in town But trying to date amid a supernatural crisis is easier said than done and Hannah will have to test the limits of her power if she's going to save her coven and get the girl especially when the attacks on Salem's witches become deadlier by the day I see a lot of folks here saying they're excited for a gay witch book and let me tell youTHIS STORY DELIVERSI loved it I'm already ready for the seuel but I guess I'll have to wait for 2019 to start bugging the author about the next book ; MaybeFrom unexpected twists to a dynamic and mostly ueer cast of characters there's so much for everyone to love here Really well done

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FREE PDF ¾ BOOK These Witches Don't Burn º ISABEL STERLING ´ [PDF / Epub] ★ These Witches Don't Burn By Isabel Sterling – Hannah's a witch but not the kind you're thinking of She's the real deal an Elemental with the power to control fire earth water and air But even though she lives iHannah's a witch but not the kind you're thinking of She's the real deal an Elemental with the power to control fire earth water and air But even though she lives in Salem Massachusetts her magic is a secret she has to keep to herself If she's ever caught using it in front of a Reg read non witch she could lose it For good So Hannah spends most of her time avoiding her ex girlfriend and fellow Elemental Witch Veronica hanging out wit Uhhhh what Gay witches ueer heavy breathing intensifies

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H These Witches PDFEPUB or her best friend and working at the Fly by Night Cauldron selling candles and crystals to tourists goths and local Wiccans But dealing with her ex is the least of Hannah's concerns when a terrifying blood ritual interrupts the end of school year bonfire Evidence of dark magic begins to appear all over Salem and Hannah's sure it's the work of a deadly Blood Witch The issue is her coven is less than convinced 35 starsIs it really Pride month if you don’t read a gay witch bookThese Witches Don’t Burn follows an Elemental witch named Hannah who lives in Salem Massachusetts At first it seems like the hardest thing she’ll have to do that summer is avoid her ex girlfriend but her problems become much worse when signs of dark magic pops up around townThis book is filled with intrigue and mystery as Hannah and her coven faces and danger and are forced to figure out the identity of the person behind it all and stop them Hannah also juggles with a crush on the new girl in town and overall the book is uite entertaining and enjoyable to read We stay like that for a long timeUntil finally something inside starts to stitch itself back together I had a lot of fun reading this book Hannah is a really interesting character to read about she’s dedicated to helping people—which is especially hard when she has to conceal her witch identity—and she’s also somehow both sweet and fierceI also really enjoyed the side characters I wish some of them had been developed I feel like certain characters were important in the beginning and then just kind of disappeared but I absolutely loved the friendship between Hannah and Gemma There’s also Hannah’s new crush and I absolutely loved the sweet romance that was blooming between the two of them The most relatable part of this book was when Hannah was having a gay panic at whether or not Morgan was flirting with herThis book was filled with a lot of action but also uieter moments in between that I enjoyed I have to say I wasn’t particularly immersed in the book in the beginning but as I read my interested piued There’s definitely a lot of high stakes and it made for an exciting thrilling read Is she actuallyFlirting With meOh god What do I do Another aspect of this book that I really liked was of course the witchy magic I loved how those magical elements were blended with a contemporary time and setting I’m someone who finds contemporaries a lot easier to read than fantasies but really loves fantasy elements so this was perfect for me Plus the book was very atmospheric and it was somehow the perfect combination of summer and autumn vibesHowever I think I would have enjoyed this if I hadn’t accidentally completely spoiled it for myself The whole book was spent trying to figure out who the “bad guy” was and I knew who it was from the beginning because I accidentally saw the name That really affected my reading experience because I was bored at times and the mystery and intrigue was useless for meI was still shocked by some reveals in the book though I didn’t see uite a few of them coming and I definitely don’t think I would have been able to guess who the “bad guy” was without having spoiled it for myself Speaking of shock though there was one event that happened in this book that surprised me and actually was a little triggering even though it wasn’t personal to me so please be careful when reading this It does get uite violent at times There’s a war brewingAnd I intend to win I think the biggest issue I have with this book is first of all not a terrible issue But I just don’t feel very passionately about the book and I think it comes down to a lack of any particular themes This book was fun for me to read and I enjoyed it but I personally love to see themes and messages in the book subtle or not and I can’t name any that this book hadIt’s not a bad thing though I still liked the book and in some ways it was actually easier for me to read because I thought it to be just an entertaining book I definitely recommend this for those who are looking to have a fun book to read full of atmospheric witchy magic and mystery rep lesbian MC bi female LI sapphic ex ueer trans male side character minor old ueer couples content warnings parental death animal death blood fetishization of wlw challenged violence car crash burning at stakeThank you to Penguin for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for a spot on this blog campaign This did not affect my opinions in any way