WITCH'S JOURNEY by KAREN MCCULLOUGH
When Jinissa uses magic to save a child from a bad fall,
she reveals herself as both a Calavrian witch and a spy.
the land of Lendiil magic is regarded as evil and its
practicers as hopelessly corrupt. Jinny is convicted of
witchcraft and condemned to torture and death.
Before the sentence can be carried out, however, a
from the king arrives, announcing that the king wants to
question the witch himself. Lord Stephan has been sent to
fetch the witch. A long trip over the mountains gives
and Stephan time to get to know each other better. In the
face of all the things that should keep them apart,
including Stephan's deep and well-founded hatred for her
people, they begin to learn the truth about each other and
fall in love.
Stephan is an honorable man, loyal to his king, and his
feelings for Jinny will cause only conflict. And Jinny,
her part, is determined to escape during the trip, because
she's sworn to keep her people's secrets, even though her
background ensures that she will never be welcome back in
her own country. With so much to keep them apart, is there
any chance for Stephan and Jinny to find happiness
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"Watch Stephan and Jinissa's love flourish and restore faith"
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted January 21, 2002
Jinissa knew she should have turned and walked away. She
knew if she acted to save the child, her "gift" would be
discovered. Already suspicious of strangers, the
townspeople would not react favorably to evidence of
witchcraft. But if compassion is to be her downfall so be
it, she cannot Read more...
"Fantasy satisfying both adventurous and romantic readers"
Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted October 30, 2002
Jinissa uses her magic to save a child from a fatal fall
knowing witchcraft is feared and a crime in Lendiil.
Revealed as both Calavrian witch and a spy, Jinissa is
sentenced to torture and death. A temporary reprieve comes
when Lord Stephan arrives and announces that the king wants Read more...
"A fantastic paranormal romance"
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 24, 2002
Fearful for her life because she knows the villagers will
brutally kill a Calavarian Witch, Jinissa hide her innate
skills. Still, when she sees a child in trouble, Jinissa
ignoring her elemental flame acts to rescue the lad using
witchcraft. The villagers react by shunning Jinissa except
for jailing her Read more...