Sweep: Volume 1
The first three Sweep books bound into one gorgeous edition at a fabulous price! Morgan Rowlands never thought she was anything other than a typical sixteen-year-old girl. But when she meets Cal, a captivatingly handsome coven leader, she makes a discover that turns her whole world upside down:... show more
The first three Sweep books bound into one gorgeous edition at a fabulous price! Morgan Rowlands never thought she was anything other than a typical sixteen-year-old girl. But when she meets Cal, a captivatingly handsome coven leader, she makes a discover that turns her whole world upside down: she is a witch, descended from an ancient and powerful line. And so is Cal. Their connection is immediate and unbreakable; Cal teases out Morgan's power, her love, her magick. But Morgan discovers too soon that her powers are strong, almost too powerful to control. And she begins to suspect that Cal may be keeping secrets from her . . . secrets that could destroy them both.
Publish date: September 2nd 2010
Pages no: 592
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Paranormal Romance
Series: Sweep Omnibus Editions -4 (#1)
Still my favourites. Even after all these years. This is the first series of books I ever read.
DNF. I can't with this book. The writing is amateurish. All telling. She tells me how much she likes this guy but there is zero chemistry because there is no development. No atmosphere. Zero description. Screwed up subject verb agreement. Bad writing. I feel bad because I loved Balefire. But this is...
Reread on June 17, 2013I love this series so much!
This review was completed by Amanda Harbin, staff reviewer with the YA Fantasy Guide.Overview of Volume 1:I made a mistake with this book(s). Usually, when I read a series of books I find that it is best to read and review each book as I go, otherwise plots and characters get a little screwy in my ...
I liked this edition of this series first three books. It's a pretty quick read and kept me entertained. Of the three books, I find Blood Witch the best. The story has an element of surprise and that's always good. On the downside, the characters are underdeveloped and after three books the main...