The Secret Sorcerer
A handsome stranger. An unlikely murder. A secret inheritance that will unravel this witch's world.
My plan was simple and…mostly ordinary. Finish my PhD. Teach Celtic mythology in a tiny college town. Stop hearing the thoughts and feelings of every person I happen meet.
As a wayward seer just coming into her powers, I couldn't avoid the last one.
But the first two were just within my reach when sorcerer-particle physicist Jonathan Lynch appeared one chilly winter morning along two other shocks:
The death of my grandmother, the most powerful seer in a generation;
And the mysterious box she protected.
Suddenly I was tangled in a secret that had been unraveling for years, and my unruly talents and complicated inheritance were at the heart of it all.
Ordinary life would have to wait.
The extraordinary was coming for me after all.
Touch the water
This is the second book in Magi series, and we learn more about Cassandra and and her relationship with her family. Tragedy has struck and Cassandra is home dealing with the aftermath. Something is not right but is being kept hidden from her. Enter the mysterious Jonathan, and go made an appearance in the first book, and nothing is normal for Cassandra.
The writing continues to be excellent, the story keeps you wanting more, and the next book in the series can’t get here quick enough!
Next Book Please!!!!!
Can’t wait until the next book. Mad at myself because I read the first two books fast. I just couldn’t put it down!!
Cassandra’s story continues in as the details surrounding Gran’s mysterious death begin to unfold. When she travels back to her home town to handle the arrangements regarding her grandmother’s estate, the reader gets a glimpse of Cassandra’s childhood and some pivotal moments that shaped the relationships with her parents. We’re also introduced to her best friend Reina and finally the enigmatic stranger from book one, Jonathan Lynch, whose intentions are still somewhat unclear. In The Secret Sorceror, Cassandra comes to terms with a devastating loss and the choice of whether to continue her grandmother’s legacy or forge her own path.
This is one of those novels you hate to see end. The characters are so interesting and multifaceted that you just want to know more about them. The slow reveal is a sweet torture but also speaks to the brilliance of the author’s writing style. Plus, the tension between Cassandra and Jonathan is killlllling me! Hurry up book 3!!