To Prevent Fresh Starts

To Prevent Fresh Starts

by Emily Martha Sorensen

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Overview

To Prevent Fresh Starts by Emily Martha Sorensen

Nobody wants to take Rhea seriously? That's fine. She'll just outwit them and make plots of her own.

Never underestimate the villainous fashion designer.

Florence has been taken seriously before she's ready. She's been thrown into the big time, and if she doesn't prove herself fast, her dream will end before it even begins.

What should she do now?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161987582
Publisher: Emily Martha Sorensen
Publication date: 07/17/2018
Series: Magical Mayhem , #7
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 453 KB

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To Prevent Fresh Starts 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
SherryF 7 months ago
Emily Martha Sorensen writes some fabulous teen and young adult novellas and I am lovin’ the Magical Mahem series. Florence and her family were traveling to visit the President. She was surprised, because all she wanted was to see some oversight for the magical girls. She was still in high school and she had never flown before, except with her Pink Dragon’s bat wings. Now, she would be given the task of heading the organization. In this short novella, Emily Sorensen has time to create a wonderful magical world and describe her characters giving them very distinct personalities. Rhea taught minions, the villains of the magical world. Her front was making and selling costumes. As usual, Emily Martha Sorensen has created a story of betrayal, good and evil, and the battle to come. I was just getting into the wicked suspense and I am thinking the next one will be even better. She definitely left me wanting to read the next one, and go back and read the ones I have missed. I flip flopped between a 3 and a 4, but because I don’t do half ratings, a 4 it is. I voluntarily reviewed a free copy of To Prevent Fresh Starts by Emily Martha Sorensen.
avidreaderGC10 7 months ago
The series continues with Florence wanting to govern the magical girls. She sets off on an adventure to start this project. In the meantime Rhea has her own agenda. I can't wait to see if and how these two clash. Also how will Kendra fit into this situation. Good story.
christinaraven 7 months ago
The magical girls are back and a quick read as usual full of laughter! In this one Rhea makes a move. She is a perfect undercover villain. I go to read more about her planning and laughed through most of it. Loved her twisted plan at the end and cannot wait to see what she does next. The rest of the book is about Florence makes her move for the betterment of the magical girls with some funny scenes. In other words a great addition to the series that made me laugh out loud the whole story and want the next one.
christinaraven 7 months ago
The magical girls are back and a quick read as usual full of laughter! In this one Rhea makes a move. She is a perfect undercover villain. I go to read more about her planning and laughed through most of it. Loved her twisted plan at the end and cannot wait to see what she does next. The rest of the book is about Florence makes her move for the betterment of the magical girls with some funny scenes. In other words a great addition to the series that made me laugh out loud the whole story and want the next one.
fcheavenly 7 months ago
Overall rating: 4.4 Another exciting adventure in the lives of magical girls. This book lets us take a glimpse into the possibility of trying to establish moral guidelines for the girls in the form of a governing unit. The girl with the foresight to envision this finds herself facing a challenge she never pictured herself taking on. This truly sheds a great light on children learning to face responsibilities as well as living up to the challenges and fears. Another great read for young budding adults. All my reviews are always voluntarily written.