At first I was saying things like "it's a story about two friends that are witches, but with a dark twist."
Really? That's the best I could come up with?
It always made them say something stupid like "Oh, you mean like Beaches meets Dark Shadows". Um...No.
Okay...I've thought about it and I've come up with The Witches of Eastwick meets Stephen King.
So, what does this mean? Soul of a Witch is going to be like nothing I've ever written....
Soul of the Witch
In a small Indiana town, the watcher waits patiently...waiting to see if the stories are true about The Soul of the Witch.
It begins with two girls, the very best of friends. As children they were outsiders, but now as adults Devan and Janesa exhibit an almost supernatural power over men. When a stranger comes to town offering to tell them a magical secret, they are thrown into an old battle that they didn’t start, but one that threatens to claim their very lives.
A complex tale of evil unfolds--starting on a fateful night in the sixteenth century because of a forbidden love and a curse . . . A curse that was meant to punish throughout the following centuries.
Can they trust this stranger? Can they trust themselves as the secrets they learn threaten to tear them apart?