"Some good twists... not at all what I expected"
When Morgana Stuart confronts her cousin Adair (another
witch) for breaking the code of "Do no harm," she isn't
prepared for the consequences. A failed attempt at
Morgana's murder propels her from the Salem with trials to
1992 New England where she becomes Morgan, a talented
artist who puts her magic on ice.
Eight years later, she meets a man that her soul knows...a
man she saw in a vision...her destiny (though she tries to
deny it initially). That is when it all goes wrong.
Morgan is being haunted, stalked...by Adair, and no one
close to her is safe. She has only until Ostara, the
equinox, to find Adair and stop her. Otherwise, Morgan
will be sent back to die in the trials. Unfortunately,
that means dusting off the magic and admitting to Alex who
and what she really is. "And it's not like you're a
witch. Are you?"
Some good twists. I like the main characters including
the couple that keeps house for Alex and his quirky
sister, Josie. The end (when it came) was very fast and
not at all what I expected. Good or bad on that point??
It said a lot about the main characters but I really
thought it was going somewhere else. That is not a bad
thing overall. No one ever said a book had to be
predictable...certainly not me! Overall, it was an
enjoyable read and one I'd recommend for spending an
evening curled up at home. Love the little details! Even
my husband laughed when I read him the story about "Fang."
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Posted June 6, 2003