Review - The Coven Princess by Lily Luchesi

By Carmen, 19 November 2018
My Copy of the Book

Year Published: 2018

Genre: Paranormal; YA


Your blood does not define you.

Harley Torrance's parents were killed in a home invasion when she was three. Adopted by a nice couple, Harley begins to develop strange powers. At fourteen she brews a potion so strong it gains the attention of the Coven King, and changes her world forever.

She's not human, she's a witch.

Now a part of the magical community, Harley must learn to control her powers lest the Darkness already in her blood overcomes her. Can she dampen her lust for power in order to stop the Dark from taking over the Coven and killing everyone in their way?

About the Author:

Lily Luchesi is the USA Today bestselling and award-winning author of the Paranormal Detectives Series, published by Vamptasy Publishing. She also has short stories included in multiple bestselling anthologies, and a successful dark erotica retelling of Dracula.

Her Coven Series has successfully topped Amazon's Hot New Releases list consecutively.

She is also the editor, curator and contributing author of Vamptasy Publishing's Damsels of Distress anthology, which celebrates strong female characters in horror and paranormal fiction.

She was born in Chicago, Illinois, and now resides in Los Angeles, California. Ever since she was a toddler her mother noticed her tendency for being interested in all things "dark". At two she became infatuated with vampires and ghosts, and that infatuation turned into a lifestyle. She is also an out member of the LGBT+ community. When she's not writing, she's going to rock concerts, getting tattooed, watching the CW, or reading manga. And drinking copious amounts of coffee.

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Author Website: Lily Luchesi Author Website

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My Take on the Book:

I found the atmosphere of this book quite pleasant, even though there were action scenes near the end. One thing I would have definitely liked more of is having more scenes with the Quigley Household, and I also found the family revelations quite interesting. I ended up giving this leisurely read a five star rating.

Last Word:

My favourite character ended up being Mr. Sinclair – and he would be my second favourite fatherly figure after Eddard Stark in GoT.

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