Morgan is not who she thought she was. She is not a regular 16-year-old girl. She is a witch. A real, ancestral witch. Her parents are not her biological parents, and she and her sister share no blood.
Even in the coven, she is too powerful now, too different to belong. She is alone except for Cal, who is now her boyfriend. Cal tells her he loves her, and she needs to believe him. He helps Morgan accept the truth: Wicca is in her blood.
As Morgan learns more about Wicca, she realizes that she needs to find out more about her parentage. The answers are there, but she doesn’t know how to find them.
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©2001 17th Street Productions, an Alloy company, and Gabrielle Charbonnet (P)2011 Blackstone Audio, Inc.
This is a fun quick light read. The narrator does a great job with the characters
These books are very short and not worth an entire credit.
The second book in this series just slogs along. It's all too predictable.
The protagonist doesn't really make smart decisions (or any decisions, really). She's passive, insecure and boring. I'm sure the author is setting her up to grow into herself and powers, but really, the did nothing to make me want to take that journey. I was almost relieved when the story was over.. and of course, it ended on a cliffhanger.
I won't be reading anymore of this series.
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