Review: Craved (Gwen Sparks #1) by Stephanie Nelson
Gwen Sparks, a witch who owns a small magic shop in the outworldly town of Flora, WA, is thrust into the middle of crime solving when witches begin to turn up dead. Her ability to read the newly dead’s last thoughts is instrumental in solving the crimes. When it’s discovered that witch’s blood is the new ‘drug of choice’ for young vampires, she becomes the killer's prime target.
March 15, 2012
Spotlight on: The best-selling Gwen Sparks series by Stephanie Nelson
The vampire drug, brew, nearly ruined Gwen Sparks’ life. Just when things started to get back to normal between her and Aiden, she is summoned by the North American Witches Council to their central city of Moon.
A war is imminent between vampires and witches, and Gwen’s experiences with brew are being used to fuel the fire. She is about to discover just how powerful she is with the help of the ruggedly handsome Angel of Death and just how far some people will go to get what they want.
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