Leigh Goff

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Top 5 Magical Settings in Disenchanted

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This Month’s Featured Book is Leigh Goff’s magical young adult romance Disenchanted. Last week, we talked about Disenchanted’s main character, Sophie Goodchild, and this week we’re going to talk about what makes Leigh Goff’s world so enchanting!

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Wethersfield, Connecticut is a town rich in history and ghostly stories. Puritans founded the town in 1634 and because of its religious roots, Wethersfield has been connected to witches and witchcraft ever since. That history combined with the architecture and ancient cemeteries creates an amazing atmosphere in a fantasy romance where magic rules. Here are some of my favorite spots.

The Rare Museoje

The Rare Muse appears to be a regular bookstore, but the appearance is meant to deceive the ordinary shoppers. When Sophie, the sixteen-year-old white witch main character, stumbles into the shop with her magical currency, Celtic coins, she is able to trade them for access to the rare, rare book…

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Author: Leigh Goff

My passion is writing young adult fiction, especially if there are witches and romance involved. My debut novel, DISENCHANTED, a story about a young witch who falls for her family's enemy and risks everything to break a true love curse is available through Mirror World Publishing, Amazon, and B&N. My next book, BEWITCHING HANNAH, a YA Fantasy, will arrive in Fall 2017.

2 thoughts on “Top 5 Magical Settings in Disenchanted

  1. These pictures are great and really add to visualizing the scenes. I particularly love the book store.

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