New Release for Teen Readers!

BlackCoven (Final)BLACK COVEN, the final part of the thrilling McLean Twins series is here!

Part Three of McLean Twins Series.

Every child knows that demons cannot be saved…

… but Shannon and Ian had to try. Failing … well, that wasn’t an option. Facing an enemy worse than they have ever seen, they make alliances with somewhat questionable people, compromising the lives of those most dear to them. Dancing on a very thin tightrope, they try to stay in the light, but the lure of darkness can make even the strongest souls sway, and sidestepping at a time like this … that can be crucial. Besides, such dangerous magic always comes with a price and some prices are too high to pay. Especially when your father’s life is at stake.

Can Shannon and Ian rescue Connor in time or are they doomed from the beginning? Can two children beat the beast from the underworld or does it drag them with it into the depths of hell?

This is a story you don’t want to miss!

%22Deep breath in,Excerpt:

The house was beautiful, and emanated timelessness. It was a masterpiece from another century, a place that should be crawling with life, happiness, and joy, rather than being this quiet grave, a place so similar to a cemetery. No one was to be seen in or outside the house. Nothing moved. Not even the leaves of the ivy covering the gray stone walls. Shannon looked up to the sky. The sun was peeking through the clouds, warming her skin, filling her with false hope and the illusion of being safe. The sun and the beautiful landscape would probably have looked inviting and calm to any mundane traveler, but witches saw the world differently. Shannon could point out at least three possible traps within twenty feet of where they were standing. She knew that the silence was not a sign of peace but of danger, and that the lack of people didn’t mean no one was home. Quite the opposite.

“Nice try,” she cried, laughing out loud. A crow joined her with its raspy voice.

A car door opened close by and a man leaped behind them.

“Simon,” Shannon said without looking at the man. “I was wondering whether you’d show up or let us deal with this mess on our own.”

Simon growled. This was the last place on earth he wanted to be, but there was no way he’d leave those kids without proper back-up. A devilish grin flashed across his face. Yes, they might be witches, but he was a demon. He placed his heavy hands on their shoulders.

Ian stole a quick peek at Simon’s grim features before focusing on the house again. Simon’s black eyes were hollow, the scar across his face unnaturally visible on his pale skin. The demon in him raised its head, making the tattoos entwining his muscled arms squirm as if they were alive. He could sense the evil inside, the devil lurking in the shadows, waiting for the opportunity to strike down Shannon and Ian. His grip on the kids’ shoulders tightened. He knew he shouldn’t go into the house. Not when the darkness was whispering in his veins, urging him to do terrible things. The pull was nearly unbearable and yet he knew there was no power, in or outside this world, which could force him to harm a hair on his protégées’ heads. He would rather die than hurt them.

“Let’s do this,” Shannon said to no one in particular.

Ian nodded. “I’ll go first.”

“No.” Simon stopped him before Ian could move. “I’ll go.”

“Are you sure?” Shannon asked, worried.

“Positive.” Simon pushed them aside and strode to the door. “Ready?” He glanced at them.

They nodded and, without saying a word, grabbed each other’s hand, preparing to cast a protection spell over Simon if needed.

Simon opened the door carefully and stopped to listen. Nothing. He moved to the doorway, ready to fight in a blink, but there was no sound or a person anywhere. He stepped inside slowly, Shannon and Ian right on his heels. The silence was disturbing. Candles were burning on the tables and in the chandeliers. The spotless floor gleamed, so clearly someone had cleaned it recently, and through the open door of the living room at the back of the hall they could see a fire dancing in the fireplace. On her left, Shannon saw a pair of boots and an umbrella leaning against the wall, and on the small table near the umbrella was a leather leash. A dog’s leash, and yet there was no dog nearby. No barking or the sound of an approaching animal could be heard. Not even a sniff. The only sounds were their soft footsteps as they carefully moved deeper inside the house.

“Connor?” Shannon whispered.


“Connor?” she tried again a bit louder.

Deep silence. They could’ve heard a needle drop in the room, as even the air seemed to be still. Weird.

Simon walked to the living room door and pushed it open a bit more with his foot. He gestured to the twins to wait. Shannon nibbled on her bottom lip, her hand tightly in Ian’s. Simon peeked carefully into the room. His back stiffened and he quickly withdrew back into the hall.

“What?” Shannon asked as quietly as she could.

Simon closed his eyes for a brief moment, his mouth tight.

“Simon, talk to us,” Shannon demanded. “What’s in there?”

%22Ian followed, concerned. He hadn’t notice how knackered Sha-2What readers say about Black Coven:

5***** Wow! This gets better and better!

I was looking forward to this release since finishing the second novel and I have to say, wow! Jennifer Loiske outdid herself with the thrilling end to the McLean Twins’ story! The book starts dark, and carries you through the final instalment, making you want to stick to the pages and follow along every discovery with both twins, wanting good to triumph over evil and Shannon and Ian to finally be able to go home and see their father and not the demon he is becoming. It was a fast paced ride, highs and lows, tears and smiles and I loved every page of it! Excellent end, perfectly crafted and one that will keep you reading for days until you find the very end. Perfect and highly recommended!


Black Coven by Jennifer Loiske, the long awaited final book to the McLean Twins series is a brilliant continuation to something that is a rare treat for all paranormal lovers alike.

This book takes you right back in. Mesmerizing and inventive, this is more than just any witch story. This tale thrills and delights as the scenes come to life off the pages. The twins are back and my anticipation has been quenched as this book satisfied my thirst for more! Shannon’s story is electrifying and certainly is an intoxicating thrill ride of horrors with unique personality.

Black Coven is filled with sarcasm and moments that I couldn’t stop laughing. Razor sharp and quick witted. I was entertained from beginning to end.

Purchase a copy of Black Coven here!


About jenniferloiske

Jennifer Loiske lives in Finland in Naantali, which is a small sunny town on the southwest coast. She is a pre-school teacher by profession but she stayed at home when her youngest daughter suffered brain fever, which developed severe epilepsy in 2004. She is a workaholic Teen/Young Adult author, who loves dark fantasy, teen movies, chips and candies and warm sunny days. She’s also very keen on charity work and a big part of her royalties goes to the charity; mainly to help families with epileptic children but also to the epilepsy units in the hospitals. As a huge fan of dark novels Jennifer's bookshelf is full of books from L.J. Smith, Alyson Noel, Stephanie Meyer, Chloe Neill, Michelle Rowen, Jennifer L. Armentrout, Amanda Hocking and Lauren Kate. She’s also a huge fan of music from Evanescence, Linkin Park, Within Temptation, OneRepublic and Disturbed. But her hunger for music is endless and depend on what mood she’s in or what kind of book she’s working on. She can be pretty much an omnivore when it comes to music.
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1 Response to New Release for Teen Readers!

  1. Reblogged this on AUTHOR JENNIFER LOISKE and commented:

    Yippee! The final part of McLean Twins series, BLACK COVEN, is finally here!

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