Demon Eyes (Witch Eyes Series #2)

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Demons Don’t Die Without a Fight

After destroying the demon Lucien, Braden—son of Belle Dam’s most powerful warlock, Jason Thorpe—doesn’t need the power of his witch eyes to see that everything in his life is turning against him: friends, family, and even his visions. When disturbing nightmares of Lucien’s return haunt him, Braden discovers that the simmering feud between Belle Dam’s two witch dynasties is fast approaching its explosive boiling...

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Overview

Demons Don’t Die Without a Fight

After destroying the demon Lucien, Braden—son of Belle Dam’s most powerful warlock, Jason Thorpe—doesn’t need the power of his witch eyes to see that everything in his life is turning against him: friends, family, and even his visions. When disturbing nightmares of Lucien’s return haunt him, Braden discovers that the simmering feud between Belle Dam’s two witch dynasties is fast approaching its explosive boiling point.

While struggling to come to terms with his attraction to Trey, Catherine Lansing’s son who should be his mortal enemy, Braden senses a diabolical plan has been set in motion. Young women are disappearing from town, and as he investigates, Braden is forced to explore the dangerous unknown power within himself. But when the truth about his family is revealed, Braden must pay a terrible price.

Praise:

“Welcome to the town of Belle Dam, a mysterious place filled with intriguing characters, magic, and dangerous secrets.”—Karen Mahoney, author of The Iron Witch

“Debut author Tracey creates a compelling mix of mystery, magic, and star-crossed romance.”—VOYA

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Editorial Reviews

VOYA - Suzanne Osman
Snappy dialogue, a supernatural tone, and hip teen characters—who just happen to be children of witches on an intense mission to save their small town from a vicious demon—are some of the compelling ingredients that make Tracey's sequel to Witch Eyes (Flux/Llewellyn, 2011/Voya December 2011) yet another splendid literary feast. Since the enchanting genre of paranormal fiction still burns fiercely in the current young adult canon, the reading community desperately needs excellent novels of this nature to feed the insatiable hunger of its teenage readers. With so many authors today attempting to stoke this literary fire by trying their hand at writing a supernaturally themed novel, it can be exceedingly difficult to isolate the truly well-written books from the dreadful rubbish. Tracey's book happens to be one of the better choices in this genre and should appeal to the majority of young people starving for haunted books that are stuffed with witchery, family generations of hidden occult secrets, mystical battles, and magic. Furthermore, since it is part of a series, the diabolic sorcery and supernatural crusades will continue to delight readers for the foreseeable future. Note that this ghostly episode stands alone; one need not read Witch Eyes to grasp the essence of Braden's story. Of course, they will want to. Reviewer: Suzanne Osman
Kirkus Reviews
Braden must sort through the messy consequences from Witch Eyes (2011) while unraveling another deadly magical plot. Braden's powerful witch eyes are more curse than strength, as the strain he put them through battling Lucien Fallon has left them so unstable that using them is potentially life-threatening. This displeases his father-- though to the rest of Belle Dam, Braden is merely Jason Thorpe's ward. He is the latest pawn in Thorpe's feud with witch Catherine Lansing; if she knew Braden's identity, he would be put in danger. The feud and lies mean Braden has to sneak around to see his best friend, Jade Lansing, and can't see love interest Trey Lansing at all. Braden and Trey, in equal measures drawn to each other and pushing each other away, are not arbitrarily star-crossed--their romantic tension is earned through their dance among mistrust, obligations and genuine affection. The feud heats up though, with Jason and Catherine both becoming more aggressive, and girls start vanishing in disappearances that reek of the supernatural. To top things off, Braden is tormented by visions that Lucien is still alive and in Belle Dam. The mysteries all seem to converge on Braden, putting all those near him at great risk. The risks and consequences create great tension, and the climax is especially well-paced. Colorful characters, dangerous magic, secrets and forbidden romance--what's not to love? (Paranormal romance. 12 & up)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780738726458
  • Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 10/8/2012
  • Series: Witch Eyes Series , #2
  • Pages: 408
  • Sales rank: 361,648
  • Age range: 12 - 17 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.10 (w) x 7.90 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Scott Tracey aspired to be a writer from a young age. His debut novel, Witch Eyes, was named to the 2012 Popular Paperbacks for Young Readers list in the forbidden romance category and ranked among the top ten gay and lesbian Kindle books of 2011 at Amazon.com. Tracey lives near Cleveland, Ohio.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 24, 2012

    Continues where the first book left off, while deepening the myt

    Continues where the first book left off, while deepening the mythology, the second book is just as good, if not better then the first book.

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