The Copper Witch

by Jessica DallTheCopperWitch

Adela Tilden has always been more ambitious than her station in life might allow. A minor nobleman’s daughter on a
failing barony, Adela’s prospects seem dire outside of marrying well-off. When Adela catches the eye of the crown prince, Edward, however, well-off doesn’t seem to be a problem. Thrown into a world of politics and intrigue, Adelamight have found all the excitement she ever wanted—if she can manage to leave her past behind.

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“I expected to like the book, but I ended up enjoying it, and Adela, more than I thought I would.  I’m definitely looking forward to the next book in the series.” – Kim Quintessentially Bookish

“Overall, I was quite pleased with this novel and am glad I accepted the review request, having been told by Red of Dall’s writing skill. It’s a great read for anyone who enjoys historical romances, or romances in general that are on the tamer side. I couldn’t put it down” – Red Reader Review

“If you like historical romance, I definitely recommend The Copper Witch.” -Dawn Bound4Escape

“I think Dall is a great writer, and I love her writing style. The beginning scenes were definitely some of my favorites – just because of how the characters were introduced and how all the dialogue and characterization came together. This style was consistent throughout the entire novel, which was great!” – Cindy Perfectly Imperfect

“I love Historical novels, and this book was no exemption.” – Rachel’s Really Random Reviews

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