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Witch: Legend or Real?
By Jessica Frost
“Double, double, toil and trouble...”
When you hear these five words, the three witches in Shakespeare’s Macbeth come to mind. Three ugly old hags with warts, green skin, cackling laughter, a cauldron and a wooden ladle churning the thick ooze brewing as acrid fumes escape and rise through the air.
This has become the stereotypical witch, the one little kids dress up as for Halloween or draw in Art class in school. But just like all folkloric creatures, they are make-believe. Monsters we created to wreck fear in children and entertain us on dark, scary, rainy nights.
The difference between other make-believe creatures like werewolves and trolls is that witches did and still do exist. They aren’t those ugly scary creatures with warts and straw hair that fly on brooms in front of crescent moons. They are human beings like you or I.
Wiccans or witches have existed for centuries. Initially they were seen as Satan worshippers and then as both good and evil beings. Two sides to witchcraft emerged, one that followed the line of Satanism, and the other that followed the line of healing, curing, etc.
The history of Wiccans is long and complicated and so mysterious. It is this mystery that drew us to it in the past and draws us to it in the present and most probably in the future. As time passes and we evolve, so will wiccans or witches. They will grow and evolve with our changing world’s needs. They will probably remain an obscure minority like their ancestors before them. But one thing is for sure, their legend will never die, and they will probably always remain completely misunderstood.
In my erotic romance fantasy series “Spells of Seduction” I wanted to pay homage to the mystical misunderstood witch we learned about at a young age and who is a figment of our imaginations. I wanted to give the witch a new life and a new world, one where witches, wizards and sorcerers walk amongst regular town folks. But I didn’t use the stereotypical witch of our youth. Rather I created a new breed, one that I conjured from my mind’s eye and that the muse made blossom. The witches in my erotic romance series are sorcerers, demons, shape shifters, vampires, werewolves, and so many other things.
But one thing I did keep constant with the witches of our youth is that the witches in my series are still completely misunderstood.
I hope you’ll take the journey in this new hot erotic fantasy realm along with me, starting with the first novella in the series “Beauty’s Enchanted Beasts”, to uncover many mysteries, despicable and formidable villains, and sexy and passionate heroes and heroines. J
Spells of Seduction—Book 1
By Jessica Frost
Erotic Historical Fantasy/Paranormal Ménage a Trois Romance, M/F/M, werewolves.
Elizabeth Stuart thought she couldn’t hate the Duke of Norfolk any more than she did. After he wins her in a bet and she’s forced to live in his castle, she learns she was wrong. Penniless and distraught, she moves in, vowing to make him pay.
Richard Albert has loved Elizabeth for so long. When her father asks his help in protecting Elizabeth from the evil sorceress Pondora, he agrees wholeheartedly, not knowing Elizabeth’s father lied about why she’ll be staying with him. Now she thinks he’s evil incarnate.
George Albert’s not happy his brother brought Lady Elizabeth there. Considering the danger that lurks in Castle Norfolk’s dungeon, she’s no safer with them. But after seeing how much Richard loves her and realizing she’s the woman of George’s sexual dreams, whom he so desires, he changes his mind and plans on making every one of his erotic dreams come true.
Soon these three get caught in a web of deceit, sex, and love. Little do they know Pondora has figured a way past the castle’s enchantment and intends on executing her deadly curse.
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About the Author:
Jessica Frost has always had a passion for fiction and the written word. Add to that her wild, vivid imagination and her pure romantic tendencies and she soon realized she had the traits needed to become a romance author. She decided to take the very big first step not that long ago and wrote her first erotic romance story. And she has not looked back since. Being a romance writer is a dream come true for her. Having the opportunity to create fantasy worlds where anything and everything can happen is an amazing feeling. She hopes these worlds and the delightful characters she creates will bring hours of enjoyment to her readers as they have done for her.
Two prizes, two winners.
Each winner will receive a $10 Amazon Gift eCard with a choice of two eBooks from Jessica; from either the "Spells of Seduction" or "Haven for the Lustfully Damned" series, winner's choice.
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This book seems intriguing! I am curious about the witches now :)ReplyDelete
Thanks a lot for the giveaway.
Love the excerpt and hope to get my hands on your work soon!ReplyDelete
It's a shame that witches have always gotten such a bad rap. The book sounds really interesting.ReplyDelete
Great excerpt, I'm definitely looking into your previous work.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for having me as a guest on your blog. :)
Hi Evie, Kassandra, Jen, and Kristy,
Thanks.I'm glad you liked the excerpt.
Yes, Jen, that's so true.
Ladies, it's nice to meet you all and if you are Canadian-Happy Canada Day today. If you are American-Happy Independence Day, which is just around the corner. :)
This looks like a great read! Thanks for the giveaway!ReplyDelete
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WOW!!! Sounds hot! Can't wait to read this.ReplyDelete
I have this book on my wishlist, I also want To Catch A Witch (book 2) and Pleasuring A Slave (book 3). Yes I'm greedy, but this series sounds so good.ReplyDelete
Always like something different from the stereotype; your witches have quite an advantage over the normal kind!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the awesome giveaway. Tore923@aol.comReplyDelete
Loved the excerpt. This post has me interested in learning more about witches now. I'm looking forward to reading Beauty's Enchanted Beasts. Jessica Frost is a new author to me, so I'm going to be looking into her previous work.ReplyDelete
The misunderstandings always have me on the edge to see how they are going to get worked out.ReplyDelete
Hi BlackwaterMoma, Lisa, Sue, Linda, Tore, Becky, Leni,ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for reading my guest post and the great comments. You are all very kind.:) It's a pleasure to meet all of you and am wishing you all a marvelous 4th of July!