Magic Unleashed by T.J. Green (White Haven Witches #3)
English | 2019 | young adult | ePUB | 1.0 Mb
Magic Unleashed :Unknown entities and the Daughters of Llyr. Trouble’s coming to White Haven.
Avery and the White Haven witches have finally found their grimoires and defeated the Favershams, but their troubles are only just beginning.
Something escaped from the spirit world when they battled beneath All Souls Church, and now it wants to stay, unleashing violence across Cornwall.
On top of that, the magic they released when they broke the binding spell is attracting powerful creatures from the deep, creatures that need men to survive.
And then there’s the Witches Council. Thirteen covens spread across Cornwall, and not all of them welcome the White Haven witches.
Avery, Alex and the others find themselves fighting to save White Haven, their friends, and their lives.
If you love urban fantasy, magic, witchcraft, and a twist of romance, you’ll love Magic Unleashed.
“That was a very long time ago—I was only young myself.” Caleb looked away again, shuffling uncomfortably, and then lowered his voice. “Young men disappeared. Vanished—without a trace.”
“But, how do you know that was related to the lights?” Avery felt bad for asking so many questions, but she half-wondered if he was winding her up.
“They’d been spotted with some young girls, and … Well, things weren’t normal.”
Avery blinked and sighed. “I know I’m asking a lot of questions, Caleb, but why weren’t they normal?”
“They were last seen at the beach, and their clothes were found there, but nothing else. And no, it wasn’t suicide.” He rushed on, clearly not wanting to be interrupted again. “I think they want something, I don’t know why I think that, but I do. I know it. And it’s only a matter of time before they arrive, so you need to stop them.”
“How can I stop something I don’t even know exists?” she asked, perplexed.
“I have no idea. I’m just offering you a warning.” And with that he left the shop, leaving Avery looking after him, bewildered.
She sighed as she remembered her earlier conversation, and rubbed her head. “It sounds like it’s out of a story book. Mysterious lights in the sea, weird singing, loss of memory. Sebastian warned us that creatures would come. What if our magic sent a wave of power out into the sea? I guess it’s possible.”