Sixteen-year-old Elizabeth Winters may be a witch, but she doesn't know the first thing about magic--unless you count accidental bouts of spontaneous combustion. Elizabeth's father, a wizard himself, has forbidden the use of her powers for her own protection, but when accusations of witchcraft start flying through Salem Village, she wishes she was more prepared.
Despite her lack of magical knowledge, Elizabeth appoints herself to save innocent women from the demise the village has in store for them. Elizabeth finds, however, that she is not the hero Salem needs her to be.
She meant to save them. She cursed them instead.
About Heather Eagar (Ann Arbor, Michigan Author)
Heather has a bachelor's degree in psychology that she doesn't use (except to analyze those around her. So be careful...) and she enjoys racquetball, hiking, and collecting shot glasses (Which is ironic because she doesn't drink). Heather lives in Logan, Utah with her husband and two children. This is her debut novel.