May Day: A Gray Witch Novel
Ari Mason is a shunned and exiled witch. She works as a bartender and reads tarot in the park. Neither of which requires her brand of black magic. Which is how she likes it. Ari's power has always left a trail of death and destruction in her wake, and she's chosen a path of altruism. By using herbs and plants in her spells, instead of blood, she can help those around her....more
An exciting ride from the first page to the last, “May Day” will have lovers of a good paranormal tale reading late into the night.
Read full review in the 2018 Nov issue of InD'tale Magazine.
Omg!! Y’all!!! I was
able to carve some reading time out and finish May Day by RR Born!!! I need to
buy book 2 now!! May Day was sooooo good! Twists, turns and WTFs every where!
Loved this grey witch book. It’s definitely a series I want to continue reading.
There is a splash of romance but it’s so much more than that.
I happened upon RR
Born at a signing, DDnD19. I was looking for something that I hadn’t read in a
while and Born suggested her first book, May Day. It was exactly what I needed.
Loved all the research that went in to authenticating this story of a witch born with black powers trying to journey over to the white witch side. Tarot cards, crystals, teas and herbs for spells and healing, etc. A fun romp into witchcraft, Druid’s and ghosts. Highly recommend!
When her best friend, Leise (a non-magical person or dismage), has a problem with an antique amethyst pendant, ...more
I jumped into this book pretty much blind. I have to say I expected it to be good, however it exceeded that entirely, it was great!
I loved the characters created in here. They are so real and alive. I could almost feel them.
This is definitely one to be on your TBR list! I am on to book 2!