Dark Witch - Chapters 1 & 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 1 & 2

The Dark Witch by Nora Roberts in the Irish winter of 1263, with dark witch Sorcha leading her three children, Brannaugh, Eamon, and Teagan through the dark woods after the winter festival of Imbolg. The three children are weary after the day of festivities, and there’s a hint of danger in the air. Sorcha has heard her name called in the air but she refuses to acknowledge it. She knows it’s her job to protect the children since her man, Daithi, is off fighting a battle far away. Sorcha pushes away thoughts of Daithi and how deeply she aches for him. She hates war, and cannot wait for this battle to be over so she and Daithi can make another baby. She hopes that feeling a new life inside her will help heal the pain of the last pregnancy she lost, and...

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