Sophia has gone through a massive trauma: she has lost her parents. And now she is being shipped of to an aunt she has never heard of who lives on a remote island she has never heard of. She is suffering from strange dreams that show her a future she would never wish for herself. In those dreams she is heartbroken and betrayed. While her brother Drew is waiting for her she has a terrifying experience. She is visited by a dark and handsome stranger that seems to know her awfully well.
Krystal has come to give us a story about wizards and witches instead of vampires, werewolves and ordinary people.
The other characters were all very unique. McLaughlin has found her own sort of magic, in which each magician has his or her own niche. For example, Falen is a Leprechaun, which means he can influence weather. This is very different from the magic you usually read about and it is very enjoyable. Teagon, the “bad guy”, is this dark, tall, dangerous and handsome stranger that everybody dreams of meeting, but doesn’t really want to.
I give this book…
I hope there’s a sequel to this book, because in no way is this story finished!!