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Witch Unchained Review

Witch Unchained


September 21, 2020

Fantasy - Paranormal - Witch - Young Adult


Officially a fugitive, Cordelia has found herself part of a secret task force. Bound to an ancient relic in the form of a bracelet, it has been determined that her magic is the key to bring down the King.

Racing from destination to destination, she needs to find the remaining relics while keeping under the radar and being sent back to prison. Not to mention the growing attraction developing between her and the prison warden that helped break her out. All she has to do is let go of her intuition and trust that she is in capable hands. No big deal, right?!?

Once again, Valia Lind consumes her readers in a world of enchantment, disbeliefs, scheming, and a slow-burning romance in Witch Unchained. A continuation of The Blackwood Supernatural Prison Series, Valia hooks her readers from the first sentence all the way to the last.

Another demonstration of Valia’s ability to write for audiences of all ages, one will not find any profanity or sexual content. Plus, with a minimal amount of spelling and grammatical errors, a rating of 5 out of 5 stars is the result.

Since the series is called Blackwood Supernatural Prison, please read with caution if any of the following may cause you distress: false imprisonment, pick-pocketing, thievery, dealers, smugglers, hand to hand combat, knife and sword violence, war, murder, betrayal, deceit, kidnapping, abandonment, and ambush.

The second installment to The Blackwood Supernatural Prison Series, Witch Unchained, ramps up the intensity. With yet another cliffhanger, this series keeps readers on their toes.

Thank you to #WitchUnchained, #BlackwoodSupernaturalPrisonSeries, and #ValiaLind, for the opportunity to read this book and give my honest review.

*Please note to fully obtain the top experience intended, this series is best read in consecutive order.

Review of the first book in this series, Witch Condemned, can be found at:


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