You'll find chills and horrors in the sequel to HEXED--the two-book series about a teenage witch in L.A. by Michelle Krys, author of DEAD GIRLS SOCIETY.
Indie has spent the last few weeks frantically searching for Paige. She’s tried every spell imaginable, but witchcraft has gotten her nowhere, and she’s going crazy with guilt. Despite what her warlock boyfriend, Bishop, tells her, Indie knows it’s her fault her best friend was kidnapped by the Priory. And with the Priory destroyed, finding Paige feels more hopeless than ever—especially when Indie discovers that Paige isn’t even on Earth. She’s trapped in Los Demonios, an alternate dimension of Los Angeles filled with evil paranormals. No one who has gone there has ever come out.
Indie is desperate to find a way into the underworld prison. She’ll worry about getting out later. But facing the dark world’s most dangerous witches and warlocks on her own means keeping her plan hush-hush—and forging alliances with some sketchy people, including a seriously sexy sorcerer.
Sometimes a witch must keep secrets from the people she cares about most. And sometimes she isn’t the only one with secrets. . . .
“CHARMED left me spellbound!” —Amy Plum, author of the internationally bestselling Die for Me series
I loved this book. A perfect conclusion to Hexed! I can't wait for more from this author!
An okay sequel
I enjoyed this book yet I hated it at the same time. Indie was painfully annoying throughout most of the book, and at one point I thought about just not reading anymore. But I hate not finishing a book. I'm not saying that it got much better, but I gave it three stars because I enjoyed the plot. I was surprised by a couple of the twists and I liked the idea of this other world. If this book was the first in a series I wouldn't continue the series, I think the fact that it was a sequel saved it. When you are already invested in the characters in a novel you tend to look past some of the flaws. At least sometimes. The main thing that bothered me was how indie was so hell bent on finding her "best friend." Sure I get that she would want to find her, but the way she acted about it just didn't fit. For years indie ignored Paige and treated her like crap, and then when things fell apart and Paige was there she's magically upgraded as her best friend and the two are inseparable. The time span just didn't fit the emotions.