MERIDIAN’S curse has left her in a state all her own of amnesia. She is on Earth lost and afraid with only fragments to piece together her mysterious circumstance. The curse has taken the unimaginable from her, but that is just scratching the surface. The Black Widow curse will reveal itself through the demon’s riddle, the Coven and the Fairy Nymphs.
A trip back to Salem is just what the psychic ordered, but treachery lurks with an ex coven member who calls on demons. The demon realm offers more riddles than answers, but a stroke of luck from the high demon court, brings in a sophisticated demon, Lahash who has grown tired of the games.
The curse hides Meridian’s identity and her memory will unlock the Universal secret of her twin soul to find her way home. As Meridian finds Aiden so do the impacts of her curse and what it could do to their budding relationship.
Meridian’s soul and fate are in the cross hairs, while the odds rise between the demons, witches and the fairies.
Finally having found Aiden, the Fairy Queen comes through to send aid to Meridian, but she still doubts herself and contemplates running away from it all. Who is Meridian’s twin soul? Will she go back to Etheria or will the curse reign down on Meridian?
Find out in this dark and twisted paranormal romance.
INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF BOOKS
Meridian Chronicles: Black Widow Curse and The Coven
Plot: 4 out of 5
Character Development: 4 out of 5
Flow: 4 out of 5
OVERALL SCORE: 4 out of 5
Which line stood out from all the others in the book?
Despite it only having been a short while since Meridian had been cast away from Etheria, the realm was showing unrest.
Meridian Chronicles: The Black Widow Curse and The Coven was a good book. The story is character and action driven, and the characters are well developed. The writing style is focused on the character’s actions, without external minutiae slowing the story. As a result, the story flowed quickly and effortlessly, making it hard to put down.