Witches of East End

Witches of East End From the author of the highly addictive and bestselling Blue Bloods series with almost million copies sold comes a new novel Melissa de la Cruz s first for adults featuring a family of formidabl

  • Title: Witches of East End
  • Author: Melissa de la Cruz
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  • Page: 269
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  • From the author of the highly addictive and bestselling Blue Bloods series, with almost 3 million copies sold, comes a new novel, Melissa de la Cruz s first for adults, featuring a family of formidable and beguiling witches.The three Beauchamp women Joanna and her daughters Freya and Ingrid live in North Hampton, out on the tip of Long Island Their beautiful, mist shrouFrom the author of the highly addictive and bestselling Blue Bloods series, with almost 3 million copies sold, comes a new novel, Melissa de la Cruz s first for adults, featuring a family of formidable and beguiling witches.The three Beauchamp women Joanna and her daughters Freya and Ingrid live in North Hampton, out on the tip of Long Island Their beautiful, mist shrouded town seems almost stuck in time, and all three women lead seemingly quiet, uneventful existences But they are harboring a mighty secret they are powerful witches banned from using their magic Joanna can resurrect people from the dead and heal the most serious of injuries Ingrid, her bookish daughter, has the ability to predict the future and weave knots that can solve anything from infertility to infidelity And finally, there s Freya, the wild child, who has a charm or a potion that can cure most any heartache.For centuries, all three women have been forced to suppress their abilities But then Freya, who is about to get married to the wealthy and mysterious Bran Gardiner, finds that her increasingly complicated romantic life makes it difficult than ever to hide her secret Soon Ingrid and Joanna confront similar dilemmas, and the Beauchamp women realize they can no longer conceal their true selves They unearth their wands from the attic, dust off their broomsticks, and begin casting spells on the townspeople It all seems like a bit of good natured, innocent magic, but then mysterious, violent attacks begin to plague the town When a young girl disappears over the Fourth of July weekend, they realize it s time to uncover who and what dark forces are working against them.With a brand new cast of characters, a fascinating and fresh world to discover, and a few surprise appearances from some of the Blue Blood fan favorites, this is a page turning, deliciously fun, magical summer read fraught with love affairs, witchcraft, and an unforgettable battle between good and evil.

    Witches of East End TV series Witches of East End is an American television series based on the book of the same name by Melissa de la Cruz The series premiered on Lifetime on October , Set in the fictional seaside town of East End, it follows the lives of a family of witches Joanna Beauchamp Julia Ormond and her two grown up daughters, Freya Beauchamp Jenna Dewan Tatum and Ingrid Beauchamp Rachel Boston Witches of East End Witches of East End is a novel by author Melissa de la Cruz and the first entry in her Beauchamp Family series It was published on June , , by Hyperion Books and follows a family of Long Island witches struggling against dark forces conspiring against them Witches of East End is de la Cruz s first adult novel she said she wrote it with her Blue Bloods audience in mind because The Victorian on Witches of East End A closer look at the fabulous painted Victorian featured on the Lifetime TV series Witches of East End and how the sets have changed over time. Witches of East End Wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia Welcome to the Witches of East End Wikia collaborative website for the new Lifetime fantasy drama Witches of East End Witches Meet the Witches of East End Season Season Two is here Characters Meet the characters of Witches of East End Episodes Catch up with the witches Witches of East End Witches of East End Series by A sexy, magical romp, sure to bring de la Cruz a legion of new fans Kelley Armstrong, New York Times bestselling author of The Otherworld series From the author of the highly addictive and bestselling Blue Bloods series, with almost million copies sold, comes a new novel, Melissa de la Cruz s first for adults, featuring a family of formidable and beguiling witches. Matt Noble Witches of East End Wiki Matt Noble is Adam Noble s book counterpart He is married to Ingrid Beauchamp and has a daughter named Maggie from a previous marriage. Reasons Charmed Fans Should Be Watching Witches Of TVAndMovies Reasons Charmed Fans Should Be Watching Witches Of East End The WB s late series about the Halliwell sisters has found a worthy heir in Lifetime s Beauchamp ladies. Magic Witches of East End Wiki FANDOM powered by Wikia Magic, also referred to as witchcraft, is the supernatural energy and life force drawn on by witches and warlocks when a magical working is performed.Users of magic are able to manipulate the fabric of reality and alter the world around them Magic is capable of changing and controlling the natural world including events, objects, people and physical phenomena. Witches Night Out Louisville Witches Night Out Louisville at the Kentucky Expo Center Witches of East End Wikipdia Witches of East End ou Les Sorcires de North Hampton au Qubec, est une srie tlvise amricaine en pisodes de minutes dveloppe par Maggie Friedman en d aprs le roman Les Sorcires de North Hampton de Melissa de la Cruz, diffuse entre le octobre et le octobre sur la chane Lifetime. En France, la srie a t diffuse du mai au avril

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  • Melissa de la Cruz

    Melissa de la Cruz is the New York Times and USA Today best selling author of many critically acclaimed and award winning novels for teens including The Au Pairs series, the Blue Bloods series, the Ashleys series, the Angels on Sunset Boulevard series and the semi autobiographical novel Fresh off the Boat.Her books for adults include the novel Cat s Meow, the anthology Girls Who Like Boys Who Like Boys and the tongue in chic handbooks How to Become Famous in Two Weeks or Less and The Fashionista Files Adventures in Four inch heels and Faux Pas.She has worked as a fashion and beauty editor and has written for many publications including The New York Times, Marie Claire, Harper s Bazaar, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Allure, The San Francisco Chronicle, McSweeney s, Teen Vogue, CosmoGirl and Seventeen She has also appeared as an expert on fashion, trends and fame for CNN, E and FoxNews.Melissa grew up in Manila and moved to San Francisco with her family, where she graduated high school salutatorian from The Convent of the Sacred Heart She majored in art history and English at Columbia University and minored in nightclubs and shopping.She now divides her time between New York and Los Angeles, where she lives in the Hollywood Hills with her husband and daughter.

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  • Note: If I could give 2 1/2 stars, I would; but, only because I liked the beginning. There are few things more disappointing to avid readers than when we discover the book we invested time in, suddenly loses its appeal at the closing of the story. Although I was intrigued with the characters and the plot for nearly three quarters of the book, the spell of the “Witches of East End” wore out, getting bogged down with last minute explanations that felt more misleading than clarifying. Yes, the [...]


  • Review posted on Fafa's Book Corner !Beware spoilers ahead!Last year I read Triple Moon. And I was surprised that I enjoyed it! So I decided to read the previous series that featured some of the side characters. I am very happy to say that I thoroughly enjoyed this book!The book begins with a prologue. Bill and Maura Thatcher are walking along a beach. During their nightly walk they run into their neighbor Joanna Beauchamp. They say hello. But she merely replies coldly that there's nothing to se [...]


  • Apparently this is my day for cranky reviews. DNF, no rating.It starts off with an overwritten, precious description of the mythical town of North Hampton, Long Island, then proceeds to describe one of the heroines, Freya, who has the cheekbones of a model without being gauche enough to be model-thin all over, as is demonstrated by her ample bosom. Shortly after that lovely introduction, we see Freya go into the closet for a quickie with her fiance's brother at their engagement party.I'm sure th [...]


  • Joanna lives in North Hampton with her two daughters, Ingrid and Freya. Everything is good except that Joanna and her daughters are witches. Freya is engaged to Bran Gardiner. Ingrid has no man but she does have her eyes on the sexy, detective, Matt Noble. The women have been banned from using their powers. Of course, there is only so long that a witch can go without using her powers. Slowly the three women start using their powers. Strange things start happening around town. When all signs poin [...]


  • Actual rating: 2.5 starsLet me start off by admitting that I’ve never read anything else by Melissa de la Cruz, except her short story in The Eternal Kiss anthology, which I remember being decent enough. I expected to like this adult debut more than I did, especially when I see the good reviews it’s getting elsewhere. I wonder, was I just really cranky when I read this? Why was I hyper-aware of every time de la Cruz used the phrase “for lack of a better word”, or dismissive of the entire [...]


  • Actual rating: 3.5Witches of East End is a cliched witch story. It has the same formulation with other witch novels out there wherein the sexy witches are banned to use magic and forced to live with people as mundane as possible (yet didn't happen at all, as usual). But, the thing is, it has a good storyline and well-written pace. It has the kind of enticing mystery and compelling vibe that will definitely urge you to turn the pages and read more. And those are enough to compromise to the cliche [...]


  • Another disappointment. WITCHES OF EAST END cinched that I am officially in a book slump. Packed full of aloof and unrealistic characters along with a hazy and murky plot attempt, I trudged through WITCHES OF EAST END, nearly forcing myself to turn each page. The author’s tone was snooty and the characters behavior was childlike and paired with the young adult writing style it made the “adult” actions of the characters almost indecent, even though in a well-written adult novel it would be [...]


  • I had to write a review for this book based primarily on the fact that there are so many bad reviews out there on it and it almost dissuaded me from reading it. This book is great please give it a try dont be dissusaded by the bad reviews because they are completely unfounded. If you enjoy this type of genre (witches,magic, paranormal) then you will love this book. As all new series are it takes a little time to get the background story but once you get into it you wont want to stop. My personal [...]


  • Melissa de la Cruz knows how to write a good series especially for TV; I LOVED Witches of East End series and I was pretty upset when they cancelled the series. I love all the Beauchamp women but I got to say Freya was my favorite. I really wanted her to end up with Killian Gardiner!I bought this book way before the TV series aired, but I decided to start reading it now. Because I keep wondering what happened with uptight Ingrid, with caty Wendy, with the bittersweet life of Joanna.I read the no [...]


  • I was fascinated by this book until about half way through it when there were so many references to mythical characters and events that took place before this story started that I found myself totally lost. I loved the three main characters. But I felt as if I'd wandered into the middle of a series that everyone else had been reading from the beginning, instead of reading the first book in an up-coming series.


  • I enjoyed this story overall. I liked it better at the end than I thought I was going to at the beginning. This is one of those stories that you really need to finish to fully appreciate how well-crafted the plot actually was.Mother Joanna, and her two grown daughters Freya and Ingrid live quiet lives in sleepy North Hampton, New York. Ingrid works at the library, and Freya is a bartender at the local inn, while Joanna redecorates their house and bakes. It all sounds rather dull.Except, the thre [...]


  • Maybe I am just in the mood for fantasy stories starring awesome ladies. This one is about three ladies living in the Hamptons who are witches but are banned from using their powers. No surprise--they can’t resist the temptation for long and end up casting spells all over the dang place, with mixed (but decidedly juicy!) results.Freya is a sexy redheaded bartender who makes love potions for her patrons. Her sister Ingrid is a tightly wound, buttoned-up spinster librarian who specializes in old [...]



  • Got your attention didn't I? But don't worry, I am not trapping you into reading this review with some random sexy picture. It is actually relevant the pic and the word Succulent. More on that later.Witches of East End oh how you had such promise when I started reading you. And then you fell flat. It was definitely an interesting story. The writer gets you interested right from the start. And the array of drama keeps you wanting to read. In fact, there are so many story lines happening in this b [...]


  • Man, I hate to be mean, but this book was severely lame (I'm being really generous with the 2 stars.) It started out decently enough; the first hundred pages were fairly intriguing. But then it started to go downhill, fast, until I pretty much had to force myself to finish the last 50 pages.She couldn't keep a consistent timeline. Or, maybe in her head it's consistent, but she's referring to random events that we just don't know about (which is just as bad.) She varies between saying the women h [...]


  • Having liked this authors previous series I thought for sure I would love this new adult one, but unfortunately not. The story centers around Joanna and her two daughters Freya and Ingrid. These women are witches and not only have they lived for hundreds of years but they were there in Salem during the witch trials. The witch trials ended up being their downfall, as they were convicted and hung. Being immortal though they were reborn unto their mother and the council decided that because of Sale [...]


  • The Beauchamp woman, Mother Joanna and daughters Freya and Ingrid, live on the tip of Long Island, New York. They seem to be regular family, but they are actually a family of witches who cannot use their powers. Ingrid, the youngest daughter, is getting married to the wealthy Bran Gardiner, but things do not go as they should at their engagement party. The Beauchamp women all end up using their powers to help the people around them, but their helping hands seem to have negative consequences la C [...]


  • Not in the mood for this and I really just don't have the time for it right now. I'd love to say that I'll try this again at a later time, but who knows.


  • [January 22nd, 2016] RAGE REVIEW1 star.Oh boy, it's been a while since I've had a one star read. And this honestly baffled and enraged me. Maybe I'm biased because I've watched the show, and they did a good job although it had its cheesy cliched moments, it was still better than what I read for various reasons.Three spanning storylines, featuring through the sisters Ingrid and Freya and their mother Joanna --eventually got me confused. All began to blur together and I found myself waiting for it [...]


  • I was almost discouraged from reading this book because of negative reviews. However, I was a fan of the show until its cancellation after 2 seasons so I wanted to give this a chance.I actually really love this book. I think the reason people are confused about this series is because Melissa de la Cruz never flat out states in the beginning of the story that these women are NOT your small-town human witches, they are not even "witches" in the classical sense. The women of this series are Norse g [...]


  • At 200 pages into this, I was trying to figure out why I was wasting my time. It seemed like a cross between light fiction and light porn. The writing seemed cliched and fast; the characters are one-dimensional; and the only thing that distinguished it from a young adult novel was how graphic some of the sex scenes are. The last sixty pages held some substance however, and I've half a mind to read the next one. I kind of get the feeling the author wrote the end of the story first, or maybe she c [...]


  • I'm still not over how the bloody show got cancelled ?? IT WAS ACTUALLY FUCKING GOOD LIKE WHY YOU GOTTA DISCONTINUE IT???


  • Very pleasantly surprised with this one!I was nervous at first, because it started off a little slow. I don't like slow. The story seemed to meander around any and all useful information, and sort of seemed to focus on chick-lit stuffke feelings. None of it seemed very important, and I was starting to get kind of antsy 'cause I was hoping for a cool story about witches.However, what I first thought was going to be a plain old vanilla story about some witches trying to lead a normal life started [...]


  • Witches, vampires, and magic are still very prominent in our culture and many people jumped on the vampire bandwagon, myself included. Seeing as how vampires have over populated the science fiction/fantasy world, I thought I would give the topic of witches a try. When I think of novels about witches, I think primarily of The Witching Hour by Anne Rice which to me, is hard to beat. I’m certainly not comparing Melissa de la Cruz to Anne Rice at all, but I think going into reading Witches of East [...]


  • Turns out my feelings towards this book haven't changed the second time around. Witches of East End is one of my favourite television shows, maybe even the favourite. It was unfortunately cancelled after season two, and I'm on a mission to receive answers after the enormous cliffhanger it left. Witches of East End, the book, follows somewhat of the same story arc, but the characters and context were a little flimsy.Joanna and her daughters, Freya and Ingrid, are centuries old witches forced to l [...]


  • This book was AWEFULL!!!!!!!!1) The storyline sucked Nothing happened until almost the very end of this book And it was just so boring, and incomplete. Also we do not get any real buck story from any of the characters, just some memories, but they didn't add much to the story. Ingrid "love story" was boring and Freya’s was a little predictable (If Freya and Ingrid were supposed to be reborn every time they died how come they have their memories from their past lives?????)2) witches (that use w [...]


  • I can't finish this. Mostly because the writing is not my style. And plus, the story doesn't appeal to me. I like heroines who know better than to cheat on their fiances on the day of their engagement party. I have to share the first sentence though. Maybe it'll explain my trouble with the writing style."North Hampton did not exist on any map, which made locating the small, insular community on the very edge of the Atlantic coast something of a conundrum to outsiders, who were known to wander in [...]


  • Loved it!! And what a cliffhanger! I'm glad I picked it up I look forward to the rest of the series although I did like the show little bit more I think it's just because the characters have a little more depth on the show the book characters were a little bit dry and somewhat selfish my favorite was Ingrid but I really did appreciate Joanna and freyas characters. I can't wait to see what happens next I will miss the show though I hope the author gets to tie up loose ends from the show with her [...]



  • 4.25★ Audiobook⎮ I finished Witches of East End yesterday and if I had rated it then, it would have been a 4.5 Star audiobook. After a night of reflection, I decided to knock a quarter star off because I’m a little bit miffed with the abrupt direction change the story took in the last fourth-ish of the book.Before I go there, I should be fair: I enjoyed Witches of East End enough to finish it, give it a pretty favorable rating, and start the second installment. I also enjoyed it enough to [...]


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