Spell Fire

Spell Fire

by Ariella Moon

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940158750052
Publisher: Star Tribe Publishing
Publication date: 12/08/2017
Series: The Teen Wytche Saga , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 855 KB

About the Author

Ariella Moon draws upon her experiences as a shaman to create magical Young Adult fiction. Her series include The Two Realms Trilogy, a medieval Scotland and Fairy fantasy romance, Two Realms Novellas, origin stories of characters and magic in the Two Realms, and The Teen Wytche Saga, a series of sweet contemporary paranormal romances. Ariella’s “Covert Hearts” appears in Second Chances: A Romance Writers of America Collection.

Ariella spent her childhood searching for a magical wardrobe that would transport her to Narnia. Extreme math anxiety, and taller students that mistook her for a leaning post, marred her youth. Despite these horrors, she graduated summa cum laude from the University of California at Davis. She lives a nearly normal life doting on her extraordinary daughter, two shamelessly spoiled dogs, and a media-shy dragon.

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Spell Fire 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
rhonda1111RL More than 1 year ago
4 STARS Spell Fire is the third book in The Teen Wytche Saga. It almost seems like a whole different series for most of the book. All new characters except for a chapter or two later in the book. Different high school setting and then it goes to Arizona for the rest of story. It also has more of a new age, fantasy angle to the book. Spell Fire has a new main Character of Ainslie. Ainslie has had a break down when her best friend disappeared from her foster home. She still has trouble but better. She gets depressed, obsessive compulsive disorder. She is way smart. She is likable and different. Ainslie gets sent to her Aunt and Uncle in Arizona for three weeks. They own a Mystery School and occult store. She finds herself in a world of fire fortunes, dragons, demons and she runs into a damaged spell book. She finds some help along the way too. I could not wait to find what Ainslie would run into next. She also meets two boys through the store who have different talents. The new age stuff, was a little out there for me to understand and believe in. But it made a good story Though I liked the fire fortunes part. I liked the ending of the book. Also laughed at Ainslie's Christmas presents from her new friends. I also liked how Ainslie's smarts helped her Aunt and Uncle with marketing ideas. It is also a clean read. I can't wait till I read the next book in the series. I will have read all four of the books this week. I was given this ebook to read by it's author so that I could give Spell Fire a honest review of it.
closkot More than 1 year ago
My Thoughts - 5 out of 5 Unicorns - I loved it!!! **Received the ebook as part of the blog tour for an honest review Okay the cover definitely attracts me because it is looks magically and has a dragon….very beautifully done. When I started this book, I wasn’t sure I was going to like it because Ainslie didn’t seem like she was going to be a character I was going to love.  She was afraid of everything, and she was throwing a fit in the beginning.  However, she came into her own and showed a kind heart & persevered in helping her family & new friends.  I loved watching her personality grow and seeing all her strengths come alive.   I think Ainslie’s aunt and uncle are a hoot, and I think it would be cool to visit their store.  Jett, his sister, and Thor are great characters too.  I would love to live in the world that Ariella creates. I think the author does a great job of showing how OCD affects a teenager, and it might help others to be more tolerant and learn about how OCD works and affects a person who has it.   This is definitely a series I’m going to read in its entirety.  I am going to get book 1 & 2 soon, so I can read them, but I really can’t wait to read book 4 when it comes out :) I highly recommend this book to all who love a good adventure with some morals and life lessons mixed in with their magic & dragons.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved Spell Fire! It's a wonderful and engaging story about a teenage girl who finds strength through love and magic. The story and characters kept me captive from start to finish. Author Ariella Moon makes the scenes in Spell Fire come alive with her writing style and descriptive nature: "By the time Jett rolled up to the front door, his skateboard wheels spitting grit, the noose in my stomach was tighter than skinny jeans hot from the dryer." From the first page to the last page Spell Fire is a great read. I recommend it highly!
booksaresanity More than 1 year ago
Spell Fire is book three in the Teen Wytche series and it took me by complete surprise! It wasn't as directly related to the first two books as I thought it would be, but the connections were there, just not as close as I thought they would be! Spell Fire is about Ainslee who developed OCD and anxiety ever since her best friend disappeared in middle school. Her parents are on the brink of divorce and she feels like she cannot control anything in her life. When her parents decide to take a sudden second honeymoon, Ainslee finds herself thrust into the lives of her Aunt and Uncle whom she hasn't seen since she was three. The time spent with them turns out to mean more than she ever thought it would! What started out as being dumped for Christmas break turns into an unbelievable time for Ainslee! Take a journey with Ainslee as she battles herself: her emotions, her OCD, her lack of control! I was amazed at the accuracy with which Moon writes about a person with OCD. This is a fun and magical YA book that I recommend to any fantasy and paranormal readers! I received a copy of this book for free as part of a blog tour. All thoughts and opinions are my own