The Witchling Seerby B. Kristin McMichael
Cassie wasn't happy when she got her first mate. Then she got a second mate. She'd give anything to have no mates; that is until she meets someone who once had her same fate. Instead of running from it, Cassie is told to embrace it and make her own choices. That is exactly what she plans to do, but how can she make choices when she never seems to have all the facts? And details are what she needs now that her friend's family is missing, along with several other members of the coven. Something more is happening, and this time, the wendigo are not part of it. The peace Cassie brought between the two clans is very thin. She must work quickly to find a solution, but there always seem to be more questions than answers.
Cassie needs to learn how to be the seer she should be, but that is a problem since the coven is still bent on taking her powers from her. Attacked from all fronts, Cassie has to step up and take control, for the fate of her friends, family, and clan. Cassie's life is anything but boring, no matter what she tries to do. Maybe once the dust settles she can have a normal life, if she figures out who she truly is in time to survive the coming battles.
- Lexia Press
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- Product dimensions:
- 5.24(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.44(d)
- Age Range:
- 13 - 17 Years
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Kristin McMichael’s THE WITCHLING SEER takes place following book 2, THE WENDIGO WITCHLING. Cassie Booth now has two mates, Nate and Jared, causing a volatile truce between the skinwalkers and wendigo. There is ongoing conspiracy, while Cassie tries to find a solution for continued peace. This paranormal fantasy is suitable for young adults. B. Kristin McMichael continues doing a great job developing her characters. Cassie is still new to the supernatural world and learning as she goes on, especially where her visions are concerned. She and her very different mates used to be best friends as children but all that changed eight years prior when Jared was forced to turn to a wendigo and Cassie’s memory was stolen. I respect Cassie’s drive and concern for others. Despite Nate’s and Jared’s differences, they are both very protective of Cassie. Jared is sweet and selfless. Nate is strong and a good leader. I liked the ties to B. Kristin McMichael’s other trilogies: Blue Eyes and Day Human. While you can understand the Skinwalkers' Witchling series without reading those trilogies, I found that some of the incidences probably had a lot more meaning for me having read those books. I love that Turner Winter once again makes an appearance in this series, in addition to, Arianna Grace, from the Blue Eyes Trilogy. Ariana plays a significant role in the novel. I’m a huge fan of Devin and was happy he made an appearance. I enjoyed the plot. There is a lot of treachery, and I was never really sure where the story is going to go. We find out some interesting things about Cassie’s parents. There were unexpected twists. The story was fast-paced and kept me enthralled. Some heartbreaking things happened. The story had a great ending that felt well resolved. I will look forward to Whitney’s story to be release in 2017. Complimentary copy provided in exchange for an honest review.