The Enchanted Crossroads
A Vengeful God. An army of evil warlocks. An inexperienced witch, the world's only hope...
As an introverted lawyer and daughter of a single mother, Kaira has learned that working hard and keeping her head down is how to succeed. Until her mother's death reveals a world shattering secret- she's the mage descendant of a powerful God. And he's come to claim her, so she can take her rightful place.
Leif, the most powerful leader of the mage coven, rescues her from capture or certain death should she refuse her father. The spark between them is instant. He'll teach her how to be a witch. She'll teach him how to be a better leader.
Running from a pissed off God, Kaira has to find the sisters she didn't know existed with powers she doesn't know how to use. As the fated pair risk their lives to find Kaira's sisters, they must decide to resist or embrace the simmering passion between them. Any distractions could have them meeting an early grave.
Will she escape the clutches of her powerful father to find her sisters or will he capture her before the search even begins?
The Enchanted Crossroads is the pulse-pounding first book in the Enchanted by the Craft urban fantasy series. If you like strong-willed heroines, dashes of romance, and worlds dripping with intrigue, then you'll love Dora Blume's complete series.
I’m only 1/3 of the way through but if one more person “smirks” I might scream. It really comes across as juvenile writing. Other than that, the story isn’t bad. And the price was certainly right.
The story was tolerable but there seems to be a trend to have females break plans, rush around based on emotions, and never listen. This is a dangerous message to send young adults. These spoiled brat main female characters cause others to die and if in a dangerous situation you are encouraging emotion without thought. A non mature frontal lobe is soaking this up and learning not be a team player but heed their underdeveloped impulses. You should be ashamed to push such an agenda. In real life there might not be mages but there are traffickers, gangs, perverts, serial killers, and assorted villains. This is pure propaganda and unfortunately the young believe it.