Good versus evil just got complicated.
After sixteen-year-old Lucy Walker moves to Chicago, she strives to make friends and adjust to high school life among a student body four times larger than the one she was used to, all while mourning the death of her mother.
She didn’t anticipate meeting Marcus Turner, the good-looking, broody guy who lives with his brother in the second-floor apartment of her building. The attraction rocks Lucy to her core. Raised to keep secrets, Lucy finally finds someone she can talk to about her unstable upbringing. Marcus has secrets of his own, but with Lucy, he finds he can be honest and vulnerable.
When a dangerous man connected to Lucy’s family comes after her seeking revenge for a wrong done to him long ago, Lucy finds herself exposed to a magical world she never knew existed—one which involves a legacy both light and dark. Lucy must learn magic to battle the evil coming for her all while deciding which side of the magical line she will ultimately choose.
Pauline Gruber is a self-professed music junkie, cat wrangler, and travel nut. She went to Paris in the 90’s where she discovered a love of three things: croissants, old cathedrals, and gargoyles. Deciding that the paranormal world could use a new kind of hero, Pauline translated her fascination with the protective gargoyle into a suspenseful love story. She is the author of the young adult series, The Girl and the Raven, The Girl and the Gargoyle, and the forthcoming novel, The Girl and the Demon. By day, Pauline is a legal assistant for a Chicago law firm where she steals identities and incorporates them into her books. If you tell anyone, she’ll deny, deny, deny.
Pauline lives outside of Chicago with her precocious black cats.
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This book stole my heart. I wish there where guys like Marcus and Dylan at my school. I have always been so into the devil and angel stuff. And all the supernatural. This book is just all I even needed to fall in love with a book. Hope the other book is as good as this one. I'm sure it will.