Books for Teens
There are so many amazing books for young adults that this list is only going to scratch the surface. Well, I can try.
Witch Finder by Ruth Warburton
And the sequel: Witch Hunt
Set in London, in 1880, Luke Lexton is sworn to avenge the death of his parents at the hands of a witch, but in order to become a Witch Hunter he must prove his loyalty by picking a witch to hunt down and kill. That witch is Rosa Greenwood; sweet, but resilient, and very difficult to kill.
This book has everything I love in a historical romance with magical battles thrown in. It’s told in alternative points of view and my hat off to the author for creating two distinct and appealing voices.