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The Witching Pen (Witching Pen Novellas) Paperback – March 15, 2012
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"...a great start to a good series." - Romance Novel Junkies, 5 STARS
"Throw everything you think about novellas out the door on this one .... This is an excellent story and quite differs from most paranormal romance stories." - Bitten By Paranormal Romance, 4.5 STARS
About the Author
Dianna prefers the company of nature and animals to the hustle and bustle of people. She loves anything paranormal (she doesn't really consider it "para"), organic food, walking barefoot, the smell of the woods after rain, and Summer days. She lives with her husband and their daughter, where she devotes her time to parenting, publishing and writing. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Top Customer Reviews
Lies and secrets abound in Dianna Hardy's novella, The Witching Pen. Elena discovers there's a lot more to her than she was ever told. With demons trying to seduce her in her sleep and her suppressed feelings for Karl trying to surface, she doesn't know how to stop her world from crumbling around her. She learns that with great power, there is often great pain. As the story goes on, she suffers losses that may just push her into embracing everything she can become - the good and the bad. Are love and good friends enough to save her?
The Witching Pen is a paranormal romance that packs a lot of action in its pages. Readers enter a world with a pen that can write the future, demons who want to destroy the world, dark skeletons in family closets, and the power of love and magic done for the greater good. While the story is focused on Elena's relationship with Karl, other characters also seek to discover who they are and who they can be; some learning that love can come in many different packages. Dianna Hardy has woven a tale of passion and intrigue that brings the reader on a magical journey that can't be put down until the very end.Read more ›
Elena is a thirteenth generation witch. At a young age, her mother told her being a witch comes with responsibilities; she will not be able to have a normal relationship or sex. She comes into possession of a pen, the witching pen that allows her to write anything that comes true. With the pen comes a dark demon, Nathaniel. Nathaniel haunts Elena's dreams and watches her from the dark until he makes his true intentions known. With the help of friends and family, Elena will uncover secrets as well as a way to prevent a demon portal from happening.
The product preview for this book is good but I don't think it does this book justice. I thought the story would be a certain way from reading the preview but it turned out to be a great start to a good series. The book had a certain simplicity to it in the beginning but later on as the story progress the characters and plot spoke volumes. The characters were all interesting for me. Katherine, Elena's mother seemed a bit cold but has a few secrets of her own. Amy and Mary are very important characters, as I believe their stories will be next. Pueblo seems to be a possessive and sexy demon and I think his story with Amy will be interesting. Karl is Elena's best friend. I have to admit I was not sure what to think of Karl but scene after scene he became sexier. After Karl's ordeal with Elena before and after, previous scenes started to make sense and came together. His role within the story was truly an unexpected surprise and added some excitement for me. Gwain was an interesting character as well; I just wanted to point that out. Saying what his role is will probably give away some of the plot. Lastly, the Shanka demon, Nathaniel, he is a villain need I say more.
I enjoyed the book and l'm looking forward to book 2 to see where the author takes Amy and Pueblo's story.
Story: FAIR to GOOD
I purchased the next one as soon as I finished with the first and also got the Prequel "Wilted" I can't wait till the the third book is out... hanging in suspense. I can't say enough how happy I am to have found this Author.
I will recommend this over and over to anyone looking for a good read. This is a must have for sure.
I can't wait til the next installment to see where this fantastic story is going.
What an incredible mini-series these books would make. I can only hope someone is pitching this somewhere as a film project.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A world of angels and demons and a benevolent being. The witch has a very hard choice and everyone is keeping secrets from her. She has a boyfriend who will die for her. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kindle Customer
Good Sci-fi story. Writer brings you there. It wasn't' what I expected, a story dealing with sci-fi and religion. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Steve Rossi
I very much enjoyed this book and will buy the sequel. The characters where fleshed out just enough to keep me curious as to what happens next. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Tamela.long
Well written characters ,fast paced story great read especially the lead in to introduce the next book in a potential series or setPublished 17 months ago by linda oubre
I mean... I've gotta hand it to the author. At least the storyline was relatively unique... But wow. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Anna Zollinger
I will say at first when I start reading the book it was slow so I kinda lost interest but I kept reading then it got better and I was like I want moreit was really good book.Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
This story was almost a DNF for me. What kept me going was the premise, which was interesting enough to pull me through in spite of huge gaps in the plot (which was predictable,... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Oh Bother