Rise (Spelldrift: Coven of Fire) (Volume 1)
I closed the door on magic long ago...the day it made me an orphan.Ten years ago, the Coven of Fire sacrificed their lives--my mother among them--to hold off an overwhelming demonic force. Now it's back. As a poorly-paid bartender, how can any of this be my problem? But Callie, another orphan of... show more
I closed the door on magic long ago...the day it made me an orphan.Ten years ago, the Coven of Fire sacrificed their lives--my mother among them--to hold off an overwhelming demonic force. Now it's back. As a poorly-paid bartender, how can any of this be my problem? But Callie, another orphan of that battle, swears I'm the key to reviving the coven. And there's an incredibly sexy guardian stranded on my couch who's promising to help me stop the demons and keep the veil between the realms standing. One problem: I've never been able to use magic. Our local bad boy warlock assures me I have the talent, but even if I did, we don't have enough witches to complete a coven. The only way to survive is to pull together this pack of magicborn misfits, who have more secrets than spells, into a makeshift coven. Can we--three untrained witches, a sarcastic warlock, and an overly intense guardian--take back the city...before the Demongate falls and the forces that killed my mother destroy us too?
Publish date: 2017-04-17
Publisher: Enigmatic Books
Pages no: 280
Edition language: English
Rise is book one of the Spelldrift: Coven of Fire series by Sierra Cross. For me it was a heck of a kick off too, I couldn't put it down. From pretty much the first paragraph this book had lots of action. Alix is a very likable character. I loved her attitude. Alix is very sensitive and tender heart...
Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book. *insert big sigh* I ....struggled with this book, for a couple of reasons, and it was very touch and go as to whether I would finish it. First person, single point of view is not one of my favourite ways for a book to be w...
I love a good Urban Fantasy, but it's a rare thing to find one that I enjoy as much as I did this one. It's well-written with some great world building, the characters and story are interesting, and the dialogue is witty and at times, quite humorous. I was quickly drawn in to the author's world of w...