Fairy tales aren’t supposed to be deadly, but anything can happen on Halloween night in Salem … even a human sacrifice.
When a supernatural beast murders a sixteen-year-old girl, her soul is reawakened as an OtherWorldly being. Now, as the Seer, she is destined to serve the Order, even as she craves retribution. Invisible, isolated, and confused, she rejects her calling and seeks solace in the one thing she believes is real: her connection to Locke … only he can’t see her, or feel her presence.
Determined to find some way to warn Locke of the danger he’s in the Seer sets out to discover the truth behind the clandestine Order. Unfortunately, those who are like her fear her, and only one acknowledges her existence—Tristan, a Guardian sentenced to defend the Order at all costs.
Soon Tristan discovers something sinister, something that cannot only destroy the Seer, but every witch in the Order.
To protect the one she loves and regain the life she lost, the Seer must join forces with Tristan and save the thing responsible for taking her away from the world to which she desperately wants to return.
Worst Thing Ever Written.
I've never heard of the author, but just from reading the sample of this book, I can tell that she can neither read nir write. She uses all the wrong adjectives and uses the worst possible sentence structure I've ever seen. The story is muddled and confused, and the descriptions of the events are very inconsistent. This may be hard to believe, but this book is even more badly-written than Twilight. I would recommend NOT to read it.