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Ariel Kimber isn’t your average 17-year-old girl. She’s recently discovered, she’s a witch with magic, and is looking to find her place in a brand-new world. Her place in this new world is in a coven with seven guys.

After all of the horrible things she’s been forced to endure, Ariel was looking forward to building her new life with the family she’s found herself a part of and focusing on healing with Dash after what Chucky did to the both of them. After the blood that had been spilled, they all struggle to put those memories and the incident behind them. It’s easier said than done, though. 

Quinton is plagued with guilt and the rest of them struggle with the fact that they almost lost one of their brothers, and Ariel is left with a permanent reminder of the incident.

New bonds are forged, and just as things are starting to settle down again for Ariel and her coven, the Council of Elders makes its first appearance in Ariel’s life. And they don’t plan on going anywhere, any time soon.

©2018 Mary Martel (P)2020 Mary Martel

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Ariel and her Coven...

I love this narrator! And this series! All of it. Everything is perfect and helps bring the story to life in a whole new way. I absolutely adore the voices in Mary Martel’s head. 💜

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amazing

Amazing story!!!! I have already listened to this book and the other two in the series multiple times. The narrator was really good and makes me want to keep listening.

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Loved it!

I have read all the books out so far in this series. It is great to be able to hear them as well. Good narration and great performance.

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another amazing read in the series

narration was on point and the story is one of my absolute favorites . My full review on Good reads or TwinsieTalk.com.

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Slower than a slug!

I normally don't stop mid book to comment since I haven't finished this book yet but read the previous two. I've noticed the others have the same problem, no direction! either that or being dragged out to get to the point. The inner dialogue can be toned down and focus on building up the characters with growth. When I say that this character has been thrown into a world of so called "magic" and they're not prepared to teach her anything. Give her a introduction book or discuss magic and what her limited knowledge of it is. There's no school or beginning lessons to teach... things of that nature. if you're gonna do a slow burn series please keep in mind those that are paying want to see some action. I'm not solely talking about sex either. Knowledge, some danger, villains, learning on a curve if in dangerous situations. I understand she's 17 and been 17 two books too long but if you're not going to focus on the sexual aspect of the relationships, then we can at least build up the magical parts that are lacking and have a stronger storyline than her and many boy toys doing nothing but hanging out. I do understand her age and previous circumstances may add to her mindset and how a few things don't add up to me but she's really not likable. that's another thing. Idk if she's trying to downplay her looks because she's supposed to be this gorgeous girl but her choice of style would make her more noticeable if she's truly trying to fly under the radar. She sounds vain, immature, does not want to deal with reality. Nervous, scary and scatterbrained one minute then snappy and crabby the next. she's a weak character. she don't need one boyfriend let alone multiple one. she can't handle it..smh...If it doesn't pick up, I'm not getting another book from this author. ijs!

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The Saga Continues....

This world Mary has these characters living in continues to grow and expand while allowing the characters themselves to grow and come together as more of a unit. I am loving that we are learning more about Damien and Julian, and am excited to see where it all goes from here.

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  • 11-18-20

Creepy Council

I enjoyed this instalment and liked finding out more about the boys, and the Witch's Council is seriously creepy, I say let crazy Uncle Quinton at them. Great narration by Melissa Schwairy, and can't wait for the next book.

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  • Chriss
  • 11-17-20

Love this series

I already love the books and Ariel is one of my favourite rh heroines. I was worried that the audiobooks would be a disappointment but they are not. I love the narrator! I am fussy with female voices, which irritates my feminist ideals but is what it is, and Melissa is very easy to listen to. Looking forward to the rest of the series!