With Midwinter just around the corner, Mark's Nanna decides that it is time he learnt more about his family heritage. Learning witchcraft shouldn't be too difficult, right?
Balancing school, magic, and the distractions of the gorgeous new guy, should make this a very interesting winter.
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About the Author
Kelly S. Marsden grew up in Yorkshire, and there were two constants in her life - books and horses. Graduating with an equine degree from Aberystwyth University, she has spent most of her life since trying to experience everything the horse world has to offer. She is currently settled into a Sales and Marketing role for a horse feed company in Doncaster, South Yorkshire. Her first book, The Shadow Rises, was published in January 2013.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I loved this short, sweet teen romance with a paranormal flair. Mark is a young witch and one of only two gay guys in his high school. He is immediately drawn to the attractive new guy in school. Damian has recently experienced great loss in his life and fears he is to blame. The story was intriguing, and I loved Mark's Nanna. There is action, danger, and a blossoming romance. I hope there is more to come in this story. I want to know where Mark, Damian, and their friends go from here. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
I love reading this book it was a great start to a new series. I am so wanting to read the next book right now it was the good of a book to read. I can barely wait please hurry so I can read book 2. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
1st i agree with the other reviewer about a m/m romantic relationship. I wound not have read the book if it had not been around Christmas, but as was stated it was done tastefully and stayed PG13. I was just begining to get into the story and i turn the page and its over. It was short but entertaining. I really wanted to know more. A cliffhanger with no follow up read that i could find. A good start i guess.
I don't usually enjoy m/m romance but this was tastefully done and I liked the characters