The Witching Pen (Novellas #1) by Dianna Hardy
(Book One of The Witching Pen Novellas)
It's hard being the most powerful witch on the planet. It's even harder when you're a twenty-five year old virgin who'll lose all of that power the moment you sleep with someone ... that's why Elena's never slept with her best friend and flatmate, Karl, despite the true feelings they harbour for each other.
Elena's about to discover that there are even more difficult things in life to deal with. One of them comes in the form of a pen she discovers one day, a pen that allows anything she writes to come to pass...
Suddenly, it's not just her powers or her heart that's at stake, but her very soul, as a dream demon with a seductive pull uses the pen to try and turn her away from her reality, and from Karl.
But the pen is just the beginning. Everything Elena has believed in is a lie, and her world is about to fall apart...
This is a novella just so you know, but you will get a whole story out of it that it hardly seems like you are reading novella.
I was given this book by the author to give an honest review.
I was really impressed with this novella. Most novellas that I have read have been short and hardly any point to the story. But with this one you get romance, witches, demons, angels and a wonderful storyline that makes everything flow together.
The Witching Pen is about a young woman named Elena who is a powerful thirteenth generation witch. It is in her blood. Her best friend Karl has been in love with her since he has known her and he knows the magic she holds. All of her life she has been told if she gives away a special part of her she will lose her magic, unknown to her there is more that story. When she finds a pen that is magically she wonders where it comes from and when she starts having dreams of a demon, there are things that have been hidden from her. When something tragic happens to Karl, she finds a way to fix what she has done. I don't want to give much away, so I will say this you will truly enjoy this book it was a great quick read and I can not wait to read book two.