A Witchling’s Wicked GameChildren of Chaos by Kelsey Elise SparrowGenre: Fantasy

A Witchling’s Wicked Game
Children of Chaos
by Kelsey Elise Sparrow
Genre: Fantasy
Frail. Lost. Alone. Distraught. Selfish.
I can identify with none of those words. I’m known as the polar opposite of them. Look up “goody two shoes” and “know-it-all” and you’ll probably find a blown up picture of me. That’s been my jam for the first fifteen years of my life.
Suddenly, it wasn’t.
I literally changed overnight. I woke up one morning and hated everything about my life. No one wanted to believe I could do a one-eighty the way I did. I devised a plan to make it clear there was a new Abigail LaRue in town.
I bet they’ll believe me after this one.
Whoever said change was good, never met me.
Kelsey Elise Sparrow is an author and lover of romance novels.
She writes in various genres: rom-com, suspense, and fantasy to name a few. As a lover of great movies, music, and books, her characters express interests in each as well as so much more. The worlds she creates are based upon dreams and imaginings that will take the reader on a journey unlike any other.
Kelsey calls Georgia her home. She is mother to a wonderful son (who is her man-child), loves playing games, Marvel, and exploring. Her first completed series is The Norton Sisters. Watch for what’s to come with the characters who trust her with their stories and all of the upcoming series.
Stories with Heart. Sass. Shock. Romance at your fingertips.
Follow her on social media to discover where her creative mind will take you.
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