Witching Savannah Series by J.D. Horn

3.86 · 72 ratings
  • The Line (Witching Savannah #1)

    The Line (Witching Savannah #1)

    J.D. Horn

    · 24 ratings · published 2014

    Move over, Sookie Stackhouse—the witches of Savannah are the new talk of the South. Bold, flirty, and with a touch of darkness, debut author J.D. Horn spins a mesmerizing tale of a family of witches . . . and the problem that can arise from being so powerful. As Charlaine Harris’ series winds down—and as Deborah Harkness’ series heats up—Witching Savannah is new contemporary fantasy that will be sure to enchant new readers... more

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  • The Source (Witching Savannah #2)

    The Source (Witching Savannah #2)

    J.D. Horn

    · 18 ratings · published 2014

    Graceful trees and historic buildings fill Savannah, Georgia, but beneath the city's Southern splendor, its supernatural roots run deep. The members of local witch families grace the society pages...when they're not secretly protecting their magical work from dark forces. Savannah resident Mercy Taylor may now be in control of the South's most powerful family of witches, but she's struggling to master her newfound magic... more

  • The Void (Witching Savannah #3)

    The Void (Witching Savannah #3)

    J.D. Horn

    · 18 ratings · published 2014

    An otherworldly energy runs through the city of Savannah, betraying its sleepy, moss-cradled charm. The old, beguiling streets look welcoming to most…but certain families know what lurks under their genteel surfaces. Families like Mercy Taylor’s, which has the most powerful lineage of witches in the South, know this all too well. Mercy and her husband, Peter, are happily preparing to welcome baby Colin into their lives... more

  • Jilo (Witching Savannah #4)

    Jilo (Witching Savannah #4)

    J.D. Horn

    · 12 ratings · published 2016

    Aged Mother Jilo is wise in the ways of magic…but once upon a time, she was just a girl. 1950s Georgia: King Cotton has fallen. Savannah is known as the “beautiful woman with a dirty face,” its stately elegance faded by neglect, its soul withering from racial injustice and political corruption... more

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