The Witches' Covenant

The Witches Covenant Erich Ariel and Astrid have begun their life together but all is not well Ariel and Astrid have discovered that sharing a husband is a greater challenge than they anticipated a challenge that is ex

  • Title: The Witches' Covenant
  • Author: MichaelDalton
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 224
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Erich, Ariel and Astrid have begun their life together, but all is not well Ariel and Astrid have discovered that sharing a husband is a greater challenge than they anticipated, a challenge that is exacerbated by a difficult winter trip to Wittenberg, where Erich hopes to enter the service of Frederick III, Elector of Sachsen But their trip is soon interrupted by unexpecErich, Ariel and Astrid have begun their life together, but all is not well Ariel and Astrid have discovered that sharing a husband is a greater challenge than they anticipated, a challenge that is exacerbated by a difficult winter trip to Wittenberg, where Erich hopes to enter the service of Frederick III, Elector of Sachsen But their trip is soon interrupted by unexpected complications In the town of Marburg, a century old agreement that has kept the peace between the Landgraviate of Hessen and a band of witches in the forest is beginning to unravel The young Landgrave, Philip, needs to consolidate his authority, and the witches want something from him that he does not dare surrender Erich and his wives are drawn into this conflict, and in the process discover a mystery that seems tied to their unique magical bond a mystery that may threaten its very existence if they cannot resolve it In this second installment in the bestselling Twin Magic series, Michael Dalton spins together magic, steampunk, and traditional German fairy tales into another entertaining alternate history adventure.

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    1. Get your dance cards ready, there are a lot of absolutely necessary characters to keep track of in Michael Dalton’s The Witches’ Covenant. Part fairytale, part magical fantasy and part steampunk, get ready to follow Erich and his twin mage wives as they undertake a journey across lands that are less than welcoming and find themselves embroiled in an ancient agreement that could easily be broken when the self-absorbed landgrave, Philip decides to try to trick a band of witches by not holding [...]

    2. Erich, Ariel, and Astrid has begun their life together as husband and wives. Erich is one lucky man to have such beautiful women and skilled mages as his wives. A few problems came up between Ariel and Astrid, Astrid not wanting to always make love to her husband sometimes she just wants to cuddle and be happy. But Ariel loves making love to her husband and tries to do it as often as she can. They all decided to go on a trip and seek employment in a village far away from their own and they want [...]

    3. Independent Reviewer for Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock.Erich,Astrid and Ariel begin their new life together with a trip to a new city for Erich to find work. Life as a thresome is not easy, with the only way for them to join, is as three. There is no two-time. An overnight stay in a stop over on the way turns into something more sinister, something more deadly, something that could possibly tear them apart, and cause the deadth of yet another baby.I found this as good as, but not bett [...]

    4. ***Disclaimer: I received a free copy in exchange for a review.***What's Good: it's a fast-moving, multi-layered, complex story that I read in one sitting. Plot has a lot of meat to it. Politics, intrigue, (not-so) chance encounters- there's a lot of the stuff I like to read about going on here. The magic system is intriguing and is the setting- which draws from real world events and figures. There's some pretty interesting characters- I liked Sabine and Giancarlo a lot- and aside from the main [...]

    5. The Witches Covenant is set in an alternate version of the 16th century. It's disparate plots revolve around witchcraft, magic and steampunk in a fictionalised version of Germany.I rather enjoyed this book. It was an intriguing mix of history and magic, involving genuine historical figures in an alternative view of the time. There were some really great ideas within the text and the plot tied together really well. It managed to incorporate the back plot of several protagonists with verve and ski [...]

    6. Readable tale but the protagonists are passive for much of the story. The story happens around them rather than to them. Some threads are not resolved, so the book is somewhat of a setup for the next book (we hope.)

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