Freak Of Nature (The Lost Witch Trilogy, #1). ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Freak of Nature by Katie Lee O’Guinn

My rating: 4 of 5 stars.

Sarah Hudson refuses to believe she’s a witch regardless of what her aunt says. She prefers to call it psychokinesis. Sarah has been an outcast since her early teens because of her power. Labeling herself a witch would only make her life even more unbearable.

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But on the first day of school, a new boy named Zane Miner recognizes her power and decides that he’s going to take her under his wing, whether she likes it not. Since he’s gorgeous and just as powerful as she is, she’s very tempted to let him. But her pull towards another loner threatens her new relationship.

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As Sarah starts to accept her power she begins to realize that there are many people who would use her and break her into darkness. She must protect herself from her aunt and from a dark destiny that’s determined to claim her. Sarah must turn to her new friends if she’s going to survive and find the freedom and happiness she’s always craved.

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Freak of Nature is a Young Adult Paranormal book that reaches across all realms of experience and life. The unpredictable plot twists and exciting suspense and romance will have readers from all ages captivated.

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Freak of Nature

Great witch book!





I like paranormal books where they are set in our world with regular people who find that they just happen to have a supernatural ability or happen to meet someone who does. This story is about Sarah who, since her teens has had a sort of electrical field around her and she has Telekinesis.

Her aunt keeps telling her she is a witch, but since Google says a lot of people have some form of telekinesis, she says she is perfectly normal. It isn’t until she is 18 and a senior in high school when a new boy, Zane moves to town that she finds out she really is a witch, because he is like her. Of course plot twists are involved such as secrets within her family and people out to get her, evil forces and so on. But that is what makes it worth reading.

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