Review: Walking Through Shadows


Author: Sheri Lewis Wohl
Genre: Fantasy, Romance, LGBT.
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Blurb:

Molly Williams is a powerful hereditary witch who manages to keep her powers under control as she tries to be normal. Most of the time, it works.

An invitation from friends Winnie and Angus is just the diversion she needs right now, and she jumps at the offer to go backpacking along the Umatilla River in northeast Oregon. When a freak storm forces them to take shelter in a secluded, crumbling cabin, their trip takes an unexpected turn. The moment Molly touches a leather-bound book discovered in the floorboards, they’re transported back in time.
Only with the help of the mysterious and beautiful Native American woman Aquene do they stay one step ahead of a band of witch hunters. Will Molly find the right magic to get them home before the hunters find her? Or will she risk it all to stay at Aquene’s side?

Cover Review: 

The cover is dark, mysterious and in keeping with the title. It's a treasure. 💝

Book Review:

(First of all, a big thank you to NetGalley for giving me a chance to read and review this magnificent piece of literature!)

WOW. 

Walking Through Shadows was a complete package. 

It had suspense, romance, adventure, time-travel, witchcraft and a whole bunch of magic. What more does a good book need anyway? 

I loved Molly as well as Aquene. They were both full of magic and awesomeness and their story was beautiful. 

Walking Through Shadows left me grinning from ear to ear and at the same time wishing that it hadn't ended. 


So I guess what I'm trying to say is, Walking Through Shadows was absolutely amazing and I'd suggest anyone with a love for the supernatural to give it a shot!

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