Dara was born with natural power, but it’ll be her death sentence if she’s caught.
The aristocratic Witch Kin hold the monopoly on all things magic, and Dara’s half-blood status excludes her from their ranks. She’s never been taught how to control her supernatural abilities, and she has to hide them or pay with her life.
Until Hugh arrives on the scene. He may be a rogue witch, but he’s willing to teach her some things if she’ll help him with his quest. Unfortunately for her, a little knowledge can be more dangerous than none at all.
And she soon finds out there are no quick fixes to errors in magic...
The grammar needs some work” Hugh and me went to town…”. It is Hugh and I. The idea behind the story was good.
A mixture of authors in the same person! Teenager, adult, philosopher, witch. Funny, mysterious, deep,thoughtful in so many directions. Fun to read!
Couldn’t put it down
The story was captivating and I enjoyed the book immensely. For me, it’s all about the writer’s style… the flow. I was reading for hours and put it down for a few minutes to give my eyes a rest but it kept calling to me - how would I sleep tonight not knowing the fate of Alice or Dara’s “figure it out as I go” plan. Thoroughly enjoyed every second of this book.