Magic Revealed

Magic Revealed

by Misha McKenzie


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ISBN-13: 9781942318026
Publisher: Icasm Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 01/24/2015
Pages: 294
Sales rank: 841,743
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.66(d)

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Magic Revealed 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
BuckeyeAngel More than 1 year ago
Stacia awoke in a strange bedroom and wondered how long she had been unconscious. Then Stacia heard a voice in her mind, it was the voice of a man she had been dreaming about for almost two years. Stacia had been raised vengeance was her life that was all there was. Then Stacia realized she was with the famous Gideon Marquand. He was the most powerful witch born in two centuries. The man she had vowed to destroy. His coven had murdered her family. Gideon told her that her real name was Lauren Donnelly but she called him a liar. Gideon knew that Lauren had been brainwashed for twenty years. Gideon could astro project and went to his father for help. It had been two months and he had gotten nowhere with Stacia/Lauren, she was still trying to kill him and getting very inventive at that. I really liked this story . I think the only thing is I wish there was a bit more conflict/action. But besides that i really enjoyed this story. I felt bad for all Stacia/Lauren had been through and what her own father had done. I liked the characters especially Stacia/Lauren and all she went through to finally become who she was meant to be. I also liked Gideon a lot and all he put up with for Stacia/Lauren. I recommend. I received an ARC of this story for an honest review.
NCReaderGirl More than 1 year ago
Magic is something that flows, sometimes it runs high, other times it runs low, sort of like a modern-day trending scenario, they hit their high as the trend breaks and then it fades out with time. In this case the magic that is flowing is Love - any married couple will tell you there are days when you want to hang onto every word your partner says and there are days you want to strangle them - for Gideon and Lauren the latter falls early in their relationship as Lauren's doing her best to off him as she was directed to do by her "father" and "uncle" however Gideon knows there's another woman hiding beneath the tough outer layer - the question then becomes how to bring the underlying woman to the surface? A question and task only high family can help him undertake. And, so begins the journey. When I started reading this book I was unsure of the direction it was going to take - coming off reading the 1920 Series - I was trying to figure out how this novel was going to play out - generally one can figure out the direction of novel the minute they pick it up - on rare occasions a reader cannot determine the direction a book will take no matter how hard they try as the author knows how to spin a story. This time it was relatively simple - the author took a rather direct route to get to the end of the book. Though I will say this, I did enjoy the story, even if it was relatively predictable. However, unknown to me at the time when I picked it up this book being the final in a series, the reader is able to jump right into the story and get enough back story re-told to them as Gideon is filling Lauren in on the details that it made following the story easy enough. It can be read as part of the series - or it can be a stand alone novel. **I Received a Copy of this Book from NetGalley in Exchange for an Honest Review**
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great series! I couldn't put them down. I can't wait to read about Hannah and her cousins.