From Library Journal
Released from her stone prison by a Halloween thunderstorm 200 years after her death, witch Meg Ashton returns to Wychavon to wreak vengeance on the last descendants of the men who sent her to the stake. Ancient magic and real evil are at work in this rather unusual Regency, which pits a beautiful, seductive Tudor against a naive, gentle heroine. By using a wealth of folklore and legend and an abundance of descriptive detail, Heath provides a nice sense of time and place. Her romance is darker and more sensual than some of her earlier Regencies with paranormal aspects (e.g., Lucy's Christmas Angel, Signet Regency, 1995). She lives in Gloucester, England.
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