The Witchwood Knot


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$29.99  $27.89
Olivia Atwater
Publish Date
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.88 inches | 1.41 pounds

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About the Author

Olivia Atwater writes whimsical historical fantasy with a hint of satire. She lives in Montreal, Quebec with her fantastic, prose-inspiring husband and her two cats. When she told her second-grade history teacher that she wanted to work with history someday, she is fairly certain this isn't what either party had in mind. She has been, at various times, a historical re-enactor, a professional witch at a metaphysical supply store, a web developer, and a vending machine repairperson.


"The Witchwood Knot is my favorite Atwater book yet-which is saying something. A sharp and beautiful gothic romance that understands exactly what I love best about both of those genres: that everyone gets what they deserve."

-Alix E. Harrow, NYT-bestselling author of Starling House

"The Witchwood Knot is the gothic fantasy romance of my dreams. There aren't enough superlatives for me to convey how much I loved its uniquely elegant prose, eerie setting, clever heroine, gorgeously dangerous faerie butler, and basically every single thing about the entire book. It is an immediate addition to the list of My All-Time Favourite Books, upon which Atwater's Half A Soul also resides."

-India Holton, author of The Secret Service of Tea and Treason

"The Witchwood Knot delivers the best kind of comfort-the kind that doesn't shy away from the world's injustices, but faces them with indignation, wit, courage and compassion. It will charm and affirm you in equal measure."

-Shelley Parker-Chan, USA Today bestselling author of He Who Drowned the World

"Gothic perfection. Dark, frightening, romantic, and entrenched in myth and fairy magic. Just a stunning autumn read."

-Quenby Olson, author of Miss Percy's Pocket Guide (to the Care and Feeding of British Dragons)

"The Witchwood Knot is stuffed with all the best Gothic Victorian haunted manor vibes, with unexpected love, ancient magic, and a truly bone-chilling monster. Winnie is a brave, hard-nosed, complex heroine you can't resist rooting for."

-Jacquelyn Benson, author of Empire of Shadows

"An undead cat familiar, wicked faeries, and a woman who is sick of entitled men; what more could one want in a fantasy romance? I've read all of Atwater's full length romance novels and I've loved them all, but this might be my absolute favorite."

-Virginia McClain, author of Sairō's Claw