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Gabrielle LeRoux was just like any other girl, focused on her academics and other normal teenage angst. That is, until her 18th birthday, where she inherits her powers and finds out she's a witch! She discovers that she is part of a long line of witches that descended from West Africa. They have the power to control the elements at will and breathe life into anything they wish, as well as take it away. 

The source of their magic comes from the melanin only their kind possess in their skin, absorbed from the sun and radiating through their bodies. Not knowing how to control her powers, and still having hopes Gabrielle will one day be a doctor, her mother sends her off to an all-girl school. There, she can learn how to not only control her powers, but grow them. They have traditional studies along with various forms of witchcraft. The school is on protected land in the middle of nowhere. There, they are free to practice as they please, until one day, a threat against not only witches, but all black people, sends them into uncharted territory. 

They must band together to defeat the enemy before there is no one left. With the gifts given from the earth, and the determination to succeed, the witches from Louisiana will not go down without a fight....

©2017 Natasha Jarrett (P)2019 Natasha Jarrett

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Good Read!

I loved the story line... I hope there will be a book two! Wished I knew there wasn't a part 2 before reading this one.

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I'm appalled!

I've never heard not one person from Baton Rouge talk this way. this made the book unbearable to listen to.

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I paid for a full 2+ hour audible book

I paid for a full 2+ hour audible book and all I got was a 2 minute sample play! I want my credit back!

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witches of Louisiana

Overall a very quick good read. I would love to see a sequel to this too short tail. Narration was okay, but it lacked the realism I'm accustomed too in most audible selections.

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REMEMBER WHO YOU ARE

This book is timely and it's message is clear. For we wrestle not against flesh and blood but against principalities and rulers of darkness, against evil wickedness in very high places.

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Debs

I liked the story. I would recommend this book to my friends I think this book deserves 5*****

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Good Story Line

This story had a very good and unique storyline. The Louisiana accent is a hard one to capture and the narrator over-accented to try to attain it. The narration really grated on my nerves. The author is obviously going to add to the story and, if so, I would continue it but probably only if there were a narrator with an authentic accent. I thought the author had a lot of promise and found certain elements contained within the book very clever and unique. I think I would have given the book a 5 had it not been for the narrator.

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too short

I enjoyed reading book but wanted more about the characters , the school. ut felt rushed