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Sierra Cross

First off, this was not a romance novel.  It was definitely an Urban Fantasy with hints at romance.  It explicitly mentions that in the next book there is forbidden romance.  So I'm really hopeful.  Especially, as the chemistry between Alix and Matt is really good.  

Overall, I think this was a good start to the series. Some of the twists were expected and others not so much.

I'm hopeful that the next book gives us more info on supporting characters. I'd really like to learn more about Liv and Asher.   Especially Asher, he's got that intriguing mentor "I know more than I'll let on" thing going on.

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I closed the door on magic long ago…the day it made me an orphan.

Ten years ago, the Coven of Fire sacrificed their lives—my mother among them—to hold off an overwhelming demonic force. Now it’s back.

As a poorly-paid bartender, how can any of this be my problem? But Callie, another orphan of that battle, swears I’m the key to reviving the coven. And there’s an incredibly sexy guardian stranded on my couch who’s promising to help me stop the demons and keep the veil between the realms standing.

One problem: I’ve never been able to use magic. Our local bad boy warlock assures me I have the talent, but even if I did, we don’t have enough witches to complete a coven. The only way to survive is to pull together this pack of magicborn misfits, who have more secrets than spells, into a makeshift coven.

Can we—three untrained witches, a sarcastic warlock, and an overly intense guardian—take back the city…before the demongate falls and the forces that killed my mother destroy us too?

author

Spells and skyscrapers. Warriors and warlocks. Coven secrets and forbidden romances. Sierra Cross lives for urban fantasy, for modern magic and the bold supernatural beings who stalk our contemporary world. Her Spelldrift universe stars kickass witches and their heroic guardians, as well as vampires, shifters, mages, Fidei, and the dark demonic forces that threaten them all.

By Shalan

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