Autumn Storm [NOOK Book]

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A girl with no memory, hidden in plain sight …

A boy with no hope, spiraling into Darkness …

Only one knows the truth, and only one has the power to save them.

Autumn doesn’t know why she remembers a boarding school she’s never visited, or why her reflection is sometimes that of a ghost ...
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Autumn Storm

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Overview

A girl with no memory, hidden in plain sight …

A boy with no hope, spiraling into Darkness …

Only one knows the truth, and only one has the power to save them.

Autumn doesn’t know why she remembers a boarding school she’s never visited, or why her reflection is sometimes that of a ghost named Summer. She struggles to recover her memories and understand the warnings conveyed through her magick. Caught between the Turner twins, she isn’t certain who to trust: Decker, the mysterious Master of Dark, who makes her heart catch, or Beck, the cautious Master of Light, whose touch soothes her pain.

Unable to recover from Summer’s death, Decker slowly surrenders to the Dark. The guilt he feels when he falls for Autumn – and betrays Summer’s memory – drives him farther from the Light, until he completely loses control and takes the souls of Light witchlings. 

As the protector of Light, Beck is caught between his allegiance to his twin and his vow to protect new witchlings. He must keep the Darkness from consuming his brother for if Decker fails, he’ll take down only person who has a chance of saving them all.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016602721
  • Publisher: Evatopia Press
  • Publication date: 4/2/2013
  • Series: Witchling Series , #2
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 250
  • Sales rank: 60,687
  • File size: 401 KB

Meet the Author

Lizzy Ford is the author of over seventeen novels written for young adult and adult paranormal romance readers, to include the internationally bestselling "Rhyn Trilogy," "Witchling Trilogy" and the "War of Gods" series.

Considered a freak of nature by her peers for the ability to write and release a commercial quality novel in under a month, Lizzy has focused on keeping her readers happy by producing brilliant, gritty romances that remind people why true love is a trial worth enduring.
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  • Posted December 10, 2013

    Autumn Storm by Lizzy Ford is phenomenal.  A well written, suspe

    Autumn Storm by Lizzy Ford is phenomenal.  A well written, suspense filled, dramatic, emotional story about second chances and tough choices.  I loved that the author completely re-invented some of these characters in order to make a complete, well rounded story line, then gracefully melted them back into stronger versions of the original characters.  A very good book.

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  • Posted March 6, 2014

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    Dark Summer ended with a cliff hanger that had me absolutely cra

    Dark Summer ended with a cliff hanger that had me absolutely crazy to continue to the next book. Autumn Storm did not disappoint! Summer has lost all memories of her past and suffered a horrific accident that left her is severe pain. She is now masked as Autumn and no one is aware that she is Summer. Dawn continues down the path of Dark with even more evil deeds....she is someone who cannot control her jealousy of anyone that Beck seems interested in and she follows through with actions that affect everyone around her. Decker, having lost Summer, has gone mad with the darkness within him and he cares about nothing but losing himself in the darkness. Beck has his hands full trying to control the light. There is so much packed into this book that I could not put it down once I started to read it. I highly recommend this book..I loved it!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 1, 2013

    Awesome Read! This book picks right up where the first book in t

    Awesome Read! This book picks right up where the first book in the series left off without missing a beat. I couldn't put the book down once I started to read it. Lizzy Ford's is an amazing writer. She brings her characters to life and makes them real. I cannot wait to read the next book in the trilogy.

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  • Posted April 7, 2013

    WHAT I LIKED ABOUT AUTUMN STORM: First of all, let me say that b

    WHAT I LIKED ABOUT AUTUMN STORM: First of all, let me say that book #2 was 110% better than #1. While I didn’t dislike book #1, I gave it an A- rather than an A+- because of the… speed, I guess; there were a few moments in book one when I felt it progressed a little slowly. However, that being said, book #2 did not do this at all and that is why it got that little + sign next to its A. I could not put this book down, but was forced to so I could go to sleep. Finishing it this morning was like finishing a very important mission; my life depending on it… That’s also why I drank 3 cups of coffee! I would not give up until I finished this amazing book! It was powerful and some scenes even left me speechless from their impact. It was highly emotional; it made me cry. laugh, worry, hope, and cheer for the characters and the story itself. I enjoyed the way the author conveyed subtle references to book #1 without overdoing the reiteration of Dark Summer. I do, however, find myself wondering about Biji more and more as I read this series and hope to see her story soon; or at least a short novella about her- hint hint, wink wink.

    WHAT I DIDN’T LIKE ABOUT AUTUMN STORM: While there was nothing about the actual story that I didn’t like, I did find quite a few editing errors, but I sensed that the author was just as engrossed in writing it as I was in reading it and her fingers typed faster than her brain could comprehend. None of these errors took away from the story, but rather added to it. Like I said, I sensed that the author was seeing these scenes in her head and her fingers were flying across the keyboard without her control… This, made it obvious that the scenes were just as emotional to the author as they were to the reader and made me realize just how much the characters meant to her as she was writing and probably still do.

    ADDITIONAL NOTES: This author has amazing talent and I believe she will continue to write amazing stories. I will definitely be on the lookout for the next book and be waiting impatiently until I can read about Decker, Beck, Summer, and Biji again!

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  • Posted January 9, 2013

    What if you are granted a second chance, but have to start over

    What if you are granted a second chance, but have to start over with no memory of who you are, except a weird déjà vu feeling when you see certain people or places?  Summer fell off the cliff at Miner's Point in Book 1 of the Witchling trilogy & should have died, at least that's what everyone thinks happened.  Instead she is reincarnated as Autumn & sent back to the place Summer died, a boarding school for children with magic in their blood.  There she will be tested to see if she can restore the balance between light and dark magic.  Everything is at stake, yet the person whose destiny is to save the day, has no idea who she is or what happened the last time.  




    Lizzy Ford hits it out of the park again, giving the reader a completely new take on familiar characters.  I could not put this book down & am anxiously awaiting #3 in the series.   

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  • Posted December 17, 2012

    Words can not describe just how much I enjoyed this book. It def

    Words can not describe just how much I enjoyed this book. It definitely deserves more than 5 stars. 

    Lizzy has a way of pulling you into the story and makes it such an enjoyable experience. I literally read this entire book in one sitting because I was unable to put it down. The story between "Autumn" and Decker was amazing. She is now exactly what Decker needs to balance out and keep him from going over the edge. 

    I LOVED this book and I can't wait to read the next book in the series. Thanks Lizzy for another incredible book. <3 

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 29, 2012

    Excellent

    When I read the first couple chapters of this book, I was skeptical that Lizzy Ford would be able to redeem these characters. Decker was in such a dark, deep hole. Really unsavory. I almost put the book away without going any further. I decided that te author had never let me down before so I kept reading and I'm so glad I did. I'm eagerly awaiting the final book in this trilogy. I must say, Dawn is one of the most vulgar, disgusting characters I've come across in awhile. I'm curious to see what becomes of her and Beck.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 28, 2012

    Fun book to read. Great for an afternoon at the beach.

    This my be the next tween best-seller. Beginning next one

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  • Posted November 26, 2012

    Wow. Just wow. I was thoroughly irritated with miss ford after d

    Wow. Just wow. I was thoroughly irritated with miss ford after dark summer. Then I lost track of time and found out autumn storm was available- I went immediately to Barnes & noble and bought it. At first I was a bit confused, but I caught on quick and couldn't put it down. It's the weekend after thanksgiving and I am more concerned with reading this book than shopping!

    Anyway, as we know in the last book summer makes poor choices & ends up over a cliff. In the 1.5 novella we find out she is alive & is in the hospital & a deal is struck for a second chance-- if you want the details, you better go buy the books. Now to this book- I like how Lizzy makes it plausible on how no one recognizes summer, I like how dark decker is, and I like all the sub characters and how they each have a purpose.

    Lizzy doesn't disappoint. 5 stars

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  • Posted November 24, 2012

    the anxiously awaited sequel in the witchling trilogy lives up t

    the anxiously awaited sequel in the witchling trilogy lives up to its full potential. the character description are bright, and the story line has a fresh and new twist to it. a fabulous novel, highly recommendable.

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