Witches arise: Spellbinding reads now in Kindle Unlimited

Adrian Liang on August 21, 2020
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Witches arise: spellbinding reads now in Kindle Unlimited

Supernatural fiction is on the rise, with gothics, horror, and otherworldly thrillers giving readers the shivers deep into the night.

And witches are getting their due as well.

With Kindle Unlimited, members have access to more than a million titles—including a fun selection of fiction and nonfiction books featuring witchcraft.

While books rotate in and out of Kindle Unlimited, right now these five books below are just waiting to bespell you.


The Vine Witch by Luanne G. Smith

When vine witch Elena Boureanu emerges from a curse that kept her encased in a toad’s body for seven years, the vineyard that she used to care for has fallen prey to complex hexes. Almost worse: It is now owned by a man from the city who cares only for scientific principles and nothing for the “superstitions” of the locals. Well, too bad, because Elena is going to help bring Château Renard back to its former glory, whether the new owner wants to believe in magic or not. Wine, sorcery, and a delicious dose of romance blend into an intoxicating read.


The Line by J.D. Horn

If you’ve ever been to Savannah, and if you have an overactive imagination like me, you’ll know that it’s very easy to believe that witches live there. But while Mercy Taylor comes from a powerful line of witches, she herself has no magic. Unfortunately for Mercy and her family, sometimes magic has a dark side…. Horn launches this captivating four-book series with a twisty mystery and a protagonist you’ll want to see again in book two.


Harley Merlin and the Secret Coven by Bella Forrest

Forrest is an insanely prolific writer, so readers who enjoy series that span 10 or more books, and who want to consume them like potato chips, will find a lot to appreciate here. In the Harley Merlin series, 19-year-old Merlin has been raised in a series of foster homes and has powers she cannot explain. But the revelation of the existence of warlocks, magical beasts, and dark magic opens up a new landscape for Merlin, if she dares to explore it.


Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone by J.K. Rowling

Even if you’ve already read the first book in the Harry Potter series, it’s well worth a re-read. Quidditch, moving photos, Bertie Bott's Every Flavour Beans, and other delights will revive the magic felt at reading the series for the first time. If this is your first reading the Harry Potter series, you’re in for a marvelous ride.


The Spell Book for New Witches: Essential Spells to Change Your Life by Ambrosia Hawthorn

Reading about fictional witches is fun. But becoming a witch yourself promises all kinds of new undertakings. As Hawthorn says in her book for the novice witch, “Practicing magic will give you the ability to heal and change yourself and the world.” And, she promises, no eye of newt is required.


Green Witchcraft: A Practical Guide to Discovering the Magic of Plants, Herbs, Crystals, and Beyond by Paige Vanderbeck

Vanderbeck’s nonfiction book focuses on green witchcraft: how to create a more harmonious relationship with the earth. Focusing on both the natural and the supernatural, Green Witchcraft gives readers practical ways to look closer and connect deeper with the world around them.

Looking for more? See what else Kindle Unlimited has to offer.


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