In her New York Times bestselling novel The Witch’s Daughter and its sequel The Return of the Witch, Paula Brackston weaves breathless tales of love and magic. Independent and remarkable heroines Elizabeth and Tegan fight to defeat Gideon, an evil warlock who has been hunting Elizabeth throughout history and into modern-day England.
PAULA BRACKSTON is the New York Times bestselling author of The Witch's Daughter and The Little Shop of Found Things, among others. Before becoming a writer, she was a horse groom, a travel agent, a secretary, a teacher, and a goat herd. Everyone (particularly the goats) is relieved that she's found a job she does properly. When not in her writer’s shed, Paula can be found being walked by the dog, hacking through weeds in her vegetable patch, or sitting by the pond with a glass of wine. She lives in Wales with her family.