The fourth episode with this interesting coven is proving no less hot and full of surprises than its predecessors. Macy and Trevor smoke up the pages leaving the reader breathless to see if they can make it work this time.
Macy’s power element is water but after the accident on the beach she unexpectedly also has power over the other elements as well. None of the coven members have lost their power so where is this phenomenon coming from?
Trevor has the power to help her but will he? And when Trevor’s darker, dominant side is revealed will that bring them closer or push them farther apart?
This is a well-written story with characters you can’t help but cheer for during the good times and commiserate with during the bad. Add in a quirky goddess or two with no qualms about interfering in order to make things work out according to their plan and you have this book which is well worth picking up and hard to put down once you start.
Ever since the accident on the beach, Macy's been a different woman. She expected to be different. Anyone would be after they'd died and been brought back to life. But somehow, this is more than she could have hoped for, or feared. She's got powers she can't control, and the one man strong enough to help her is the man who broke her heart. With no where else to turn, she's going to have to get him to help her, before it's too late.
Trevor knows Macy won't be his. He'd known even before he'd lost her. Now she's back and asking for help. He'll have to keep his emotions in check if he wants to help her before her unleashed magic does more damage than she can even imagine.