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A Breath of Frost by Alyxandra Harvey

Alyxandra Harvey

ALYXANDRA HARVEY is the author of Haunting Violet and the Drake Chronicles. She studied creative writing and literature at York University and has had her poetry published in several magazines. When not writing, she is a belly dancer and jewelry­ maker. She lives in an old Victorian farmhouse in Ontario, Canada, with a few resident ghosts, her husband, and their dogs. She likes cinnamon lattes, tattoos and Mr. Darcy. www.alyxandraharvey.com
www.thedrakechronicles.com

A Breath of Frost
The Lovegrove Inheritance

In 1814, three cousins—Gretchen, Emma, and Penelope—discover their unknown family lineage of witchcraft when their individual magical powers unexpectedly begin to manifest. Now, beyond the familiar manicured gardens and ballrooms of Regency London, a dangerous, alluring underworld available only to those with power is now open to the cousins. But by claiming their power, the three cousins have accidentally opened the gates to the Underworld. Now ghouls, hellhounds—and most terrifying of all, the spirits of dark witches known as the Greymalkin Sisters—are hunting and killing young witches for their powers. And, somehow, Emma is connected to the murders … because she keeps finding the bodies. Can the cousins seal the gates before another witch is killed … or even worse, before their gifts are stripped away?

Alyxandra Harvey Web Sites:
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www.thedrakechronicles.com

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The Alyxandra Harvey Interview Show Running Time: 34 minutes, 16 seconds

 

 

1 Comment on RRN Alyxandra Harvey Interview – Show #124

  1. Nancy S. says:

    What a great interview! I found it completely fascinating how you approach your writing and envious that you discovered your talent at so early an age! You are truly blessed and fortunate to be doing what you love to do!

    Keep it up. I enjoy your stories immensely. And you are absolutely right about there being no age limit to reading young adult. I actually find it, depending on the author, to be better than adult literature. There is a part of me that relates better to the characters…maybe it’s because I refuse to grow up. Whatever the reason, I’m glad I did otherwise I would never have discovered your writing!

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