Gabriella Lepore’s Books


So it is no secret that I adore the work of Gabriella Lepore, her books are pure works of art.

Witches, magic, romance, mystery – what is there not to love. Her characters are so rich and full-bodied that you can’t help but form bonds with them, the settings marry immaculately with the theme of each book and the stories flow nicely making each one a very pleasant reading experience.

The Witches of the Glass Castle.


Sixteen-year-old Mia’s life is turned upside down when she uncovers her family secret—that she and her brother Dino are witches.
Seeking refuge in an ancient castle, the siblings begin down a path that will change their lives forever. Suddenly thrust into a world where handsome warriors command the power of nature and peoples thoughts and actions can be manipulated at will, Mia and Dino struggle to navigate their own allegiances and do what they know to be right, even when everything around them seems beyond their control.

Goodreads rating: 4.20

My review can be read here.



“Then it is settled,” Felix declared. “Come hell or high water, when this is all over, at least one of us here will not make it out alive.”
When Bronwen Snow is pulled from her cottage in the middle of the night, she finds herself seeking the help of three mysterious boys who reside in an abandoned castle deep in the hillside. With only a hasty handwritten note and a vague sense of dread to guide her, Bronwen is forced to put her trust in the eccentric and wilful Felix Cavara and his eternal curse – immortality.

Goodreads rating: 4.10

My review can be read here.


How I Found You.

Blurb: hify

Sixteen-year-old Rose arrives at sleepy, remote Millwood expecting to spend a quiet summer with her aunt and uncle on their estate. But after a series of dark and disturbing dreams, and the surprise arrival of charming brothers Oscar and Caicus Valero, her world is thrown upside-down. What are the brothers hiding? And what is it about Oscar that is so familiar? Before the summer is out, Rose will be forced to confront her destiny, even if it means facing the demon of her dreams.

Goodreads rating: 4.25

My review can be read here.




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