Devlin's Descendant

Devlin's Descendant

by Felicia Tatum


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Searching for the sorcerer whose death will set Olivia free from the curse, Scott learns that finding an answer sometimes only brings more questions. As

Scott grapples with his horrifying discovery, Olivia uncovers information that could rip his family apart, and Sadie is holding on to a secret of her own.

In book three of the White Aura series, the group searches for the mysterious Sorcery Council, Olivia's parents, and Aiden, who might just be recaptured by an agent of the Crimson Calamitous. Plus, Olivia's 18th birthday is getting closer, but they are no closer to real answers. What will happen when Scott reveals the shocking identity of the descendant?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781512201611
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/14/2015
Pages: 272
Sales rank: 1,047,461
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.57(d)

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Devlin's Descendant 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
CColeman1 More than 1 year ago
**ARC** I love The White Aura series, but it seems as the books get moving, I love them all more than the last. Devlin’s Descendant is packed full of action and keeps you wanting to read just ONE MORE PAGE as the story goes, and before long it is 3am and you are done the book and upset that you have just lost contact with characters you have come to love.  In this book we get to see Livvie and Scott grow closer as they are figuring out the curse together,  although Scott is hiding a secret from Livvie that could change the way she sees their relationship. Scott has finally learned to accept Aiden in his life, only because Aiden makes Livvie happy and is one of her Best Friends.  Aiden and Sadie are building a close relationship as the book moves. We get to dabble in Sadie’s head a bit on what she is feeling with him.  Aiden has started falling for Sadie or the innocence that she is creating. Sadie spends most of her time trying to hide her feelings for Aiden  and not letting them be known to the others, she never saw Livvie figuring it out. We finally get to meet the Council in this book, and it is here where you hope that you get some answers about what happened to Livvie’s Parents  and who the Descendant is that must be killed in order to break the curse on Scott’s Family.  I really did enjoy this book as the characters got to grow more as the story progressed, we learned more about their personalities and believe me, there are MANY surprises along the way that left me speechless that I did not see happening.
Archaeolibrarian More than 1 year ago
I received these books from HEA Book Tours, PR & More in return for a fair and honest review. One thing I love about these books is although you always get one hell of a cliffhanger ending, the start of the next book drops you straight back in - no waffling, no messing around, just BOOM! and you're back. Things are definitely moving on now - Scott and Livvie need to sort out their relationship, Sadie and Aiden's relationship is changing and growing ever deeper, Kyle is acting strange, for that matter, so is Anna. They find out who's helping the Red Calamari ;) and it causes shockwaves. Olivia also has to meet with The Council and has some more surprises in store along the way. The more this story goes on, the more I am enjoying it! This one is written from four perspectives - Olivia, Scott, Aiden and Sadie so you get a well-rounded view on who is thinking what. Once again, cliffhanger ending but definitely worth it. Merissa Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books!
zacktab More than 1 year ago
What can I say I am still in love with the characters and this series. Devlins Descendant starts off with a bang Aiden's kidnapping, finding out who the descendant is so Scott can kill them and lift the curse, and to finding out betrayal comes from family and friends. Sadie's point of view has been added to this book just showing us how much of a fighter she is. Olivia birthday is just around the corner with tension getting high with everyone, throw in Olivia's brother Kyle becoming unbound and being a vampire, the vessel is once taken over. Devlin's Descendant came with a short story on Scott and Olivia's first christmas together very sweet and so much like the couple. I cannot wait for the final book to see how the story comes together.
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Great story!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really enjoyed this book with all the books in this series.
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sarahmcradit More than 1 year ago
Devlin's Descendant, the third White Aura book, is filled with action from start to finish. I read it in two nights, unable to put it down because every page seemed to have a new revelation that I needed to know more about. The characters all go through massive changes, evolutions, and trials, and I can't wait to see what happens next. I will be waiting with baited breath for book four. As with the first two books, this one ends on a massive cliffhanger, but unlike when I read the last two, I have to wait for the next one! Felicia, you better get on that! Fast-paced, exciting, and a story I guarantee you've not read before. Highly recommended!
Carrie3 More than 1 year ago
This book is absolutely amazing. The way it continues from the 2nd book and is cohesive with the books before is awesome. I cant wait for the next book. I found myself drawn to the characters and becoming friends with them and after finishing this one feel a little sad that I am going to have to wait for the next one. Definitely 5 stars!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm a little annoyed that I finished the third book, and am having to wait until spring for what I hope will finally be the conclusion to this story. I've never read a book like this where there is no completion or conclusion to the story at the end. Normally, even in a series, each book is a novel in it's own right, with some conclusion to the story at the end. Each of these books just stops with no conclusion and the story starts where it left off in the next book. I am finding this very frustrating, especially as it is October and I'm finding out just now that I will have to wait until SPRING to see the next installment. A reviewer mentioned something about this in reviewing the first book, but I thought I would be ok because I bought all 3 books. Now I find out there are how many more than three? NO TELLING. Having to wait to get the ending to a story you've already bought is annoying. I could see it if these were long novels such as the late Robert Jordan's (which, by the way, had more of a conclusion and complete story to each). These bkkos are only around 230 pages each, however. It reminds me more of a magazine's serialized novel than anything else, with each book being only an installment of the full novel. Liked the writing, wish it were put together in one book. I'm also not quite sure who the intended audience is, as it's too racy for young adult, and too tame for adult. It also wouldn't be appropriate for the characters to have more adult scenes (in fact, some of the scenes border on inappropriate) due to the young ages of the characters. Sadie is 16. Aiden is older, but emotionally should be 14, because he was kept under a spell for years starting when he was 14, yet the author consistently treats him as if he is older than Sadie and has more emotional maturity than she does, when the reverse should be true.
Rebekkah2012 More than 1 year ago
Warning: There are a few spoilers in this review. Devlin’s Descendant is book three in the White Aura series about a sorcerer family with an evil curse. This book doesn’t disappoint, and I loved the new developments in this tale. The story begins with Aiden’s capture. The Crimson Calamitous who is a wicked sorcerer kidnaps Aiden and had once used him as a vessel. He warns Aiden about using his body again to get what he wants. Aiden is surprised to discover Scott’s brother Sebastian is working with the Crimson Calamitous by allowing him to reside within his flesh. Meanwhile, Scott and his younger sister Sadie tell their grandmother about Devlin’s descendant. Grams is just as shocked as they are on who it is, and she vows to help them find a solution to this heart wrenching problem. Aiden’s captor releases him with the promise of coming back to possess his body. Everyone is happy when Aiden appears at Scott’s house–especially Sadie. This is one of the developments that delighted me . . . Sadie and Aiden. The more I read this series, the more I’m loving Sadie’s character. She turns sixteen in this book, is becoming a powerful sorceress, and she’s sassy. I love how she is. Aiden gives subtle hints about his feelings towards Sadie, but she keeps denying how he makes her feel. She even gets annoyed with how her body reacts when he’s nearby, like butterflies in her stomach. It’s cute, and I love Sadie’s demeanor in trying to brush off her growing attraction towards Aiden. Towards the end of this story, Scott, Olivia, Sadie, and Aiden are forced to take a trip to the mountains where deep inside the Sorcery Council awaits their arrival. When they confront this group, they’re taken aback by one of the members and shocked by the information given to them. I loved this unexpected surprise and the other one that follows when the four of them are back home. This last one is freaky, and I’m looking forward to finding out what’s going to happen next. Felicia did a great job in keeping this story interesting and has the wonderful ability to keep surprising me along the way. :)
Anonymous More than 1 year ago