In a small village in the south of England, two sisters try to resurrect an ancient evil, but when one sister betrays the other to save the life of an innocent child, everything goes horribly wrong.

TWENTY-FIVE YEARS LATER, grieving the loss of her recently deceased mother and desperate to escape her ex-fiancé, Raewyn Winters relocates to Cranston Myre for some much-needed tranquility, only to discover that having an entire forest on your doorstep is less than idyllic, especially one shrouded in fear and suspicion. Then she meets John, the mysterious and handsome gardener from the Gothic mansion on the hill, who just happens to have the same unusual birthmark as Rae, and suddenly Rae’s quiet life spirals out of control as she is dragged into a dark and sinister world beyond anything she could ever have imagined.

AUGUSTINE is available now on at Amazon on Ebook, Kindle Unlimited, and in paperback and hardback at all major retailers.

With quite, gothic undertones akin to Jane Eyre as the setting, the reader is immediately drawn into the quaintness. I liked it straight away.

Janelle at Booknest EU

Couldn’t put this down, but didn’t want it to end. Can’t wait for the next one!

5* Amazon review

I was hooked from the prologue. 

5* Amazon review

A gripping storyline that will give you sleepless nights.

5* Goodreads review

I haven’t enjoyed a book so much in ages. Great characters and a yarn that carries you along until the surprising ending.

4* Goodreads review

This book had me hooked from the first few pages, a must-have for any fan of supernatural fantasy!

5* Goodreads review

From the beautiful descriptions of the English countryside towns and dense forest to the cleverly portrayed characters, even to the witchcraft scenes, this is a novel that I actually kept coming back to again and again as soon as I put it down.

A fun, immersive, and chilling read.

4.5* Goodreads review

… had me gripped from start to finish with a well-constructed plot. I actually finished the book in a weekend which speaks volumes for how gripping it was.

4* Goodreads review

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