Bestselling author Allison Hobbs's latest creation features a complex web of ghosts, evil spirits, the crimes of the antebellum South, and the endless depths of revenge.
Eris is a fallen goddess who has been demoted to roam the earth in the guise of a slave. Intending to become the mistress of the plantation, she uses her dark powers to bewitch and sexually enslave her owner, Arthur Stovall. Before she has gained much power, she’s discovered by the plantation mater’s mistress goes awry and Eris is burned alive. Her spirit is banished to the dark realm—the dwelling place for corrupt and depraved souls.
But Eris grows obsessed with an uncontrollable desire for vengeance upon the Stovall family, and she uses trickery to escape this lower dimension. However, two hundred years have passed and settling the score with the plantation master is no longer an option. Undeterred, Eris turns her merciless intentions toward the last descendant of the Stovall line, who happens to be an African American male, making her road to revenge much more complicated.
With an all-encompassing plot, spanning from the 1800s to present-day Philadelphia, and Hobbs's signature themes of erotica and the paranormal, The Enchantress is a quick-paced, thrilling novel.
Allison Hobbs is a national bestselling author of more than thirty novels and has been featured in such periodicals as Romantic Times and The Philadelphia Inquirer. She lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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