From the New York Times bestselling author of Blue Bloods and Witches of East End
After they cause a terrible accident at their old high school, twin witches Mardi and Molly Overbrook are sent to live with their “Aunt” Ingrid Beauchamp in North Hampton, on Long Island’s mist-shrouded East End. Because the twins cannot control their powers, their father begs Ingrid to tame them over the summer, before the White Council exiles the girls to Limbo.
Trouble continues to bubble and boil when the girls meet the younger Gardiner boys, who are just as handsome and sexy as their older kin. But all is not as it seems. As Ingrid helps the girls learn to control their magical impulses, Mardi and Molly have just this summer to figure out how to grow up, how to love, and how to be a family.
Melissa de la Cruz is the #1 New York Times, #1 Publisher’s Weekly and #1 IndieBound bestselling author of many critically acclaimed and award-winning novels for readers of all ages. Her books have topped USA Today, Wall Street Journal and… More about Melissa de la Cruz
“Witches of East End series fans will be thrilled with this new offering featuring the next generation.”—Booklist
“Wealthy New York teens, supernatural powers, a pair of sexy guys and a sweltering summer on the beaches of Long Island.”—The New York Daily News
“A magical story featuring two opposite twin witches and their incredible journey through love, betrayal, wickedness, and trust.”—VOYA
“Reads like a cross between Gossip Girl and The Vampire Diaries.”—School Library Journal
Praise for Melissa de la Cruz’s Witches of East End series:
“A bubbling cauldron of mystery and romance.”—People
“A magical and romantic page-turner.”—The Washington Post
“For anyone who was frustrated watching Samantha suppress her magic on Bewitched, Ms. de la Cruz brings some satisfaction. . . . [T]he author . . . lets her repressed sorceresses rip.”—The New York Times
“Witches of East End has all the ingredients you’d expect from one of Melissa’s bestselling YA novels—intrigue, mystery and plenty of romance.”—MTV.com