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This can’t be real. I don’t have magic. I’m just an average high school student. I don’t care what Stellan says. He’s the kind of hero found in romance novels. If I’m not dreaming, then what he’s telling me is true. If I don’t learn my magic overnight…they’ll all die.
He put a spell on me . . .
Or at least he must have, because none of this makes any sense. None of this can be real. I’m not a mage with magical powers . . . I’m just me. Ellie Sutton. Your average, everyday seventeen-year-old high school human student. My biggest concerns are bullies, failed exams, and missing the express subway twice in one day.
Magic is something I read about in comic books, it’s not real. People don’t move things with their minds or summon lightning with their hands. I don’t care what Stellan Wentworth says. It doesn’t matter that he’s breathtakingly beautiful or that his eyes sparkled when I challenge him. He’s the kind of hero found in romance novels, not my real life. I’m dreaming, I have to be.
Because if I’m not, then what he’s telling me is true. This gorgeous, terrifying world is in turmoil . . . and if I don’t learn how to use my magic overnight . . . they’ll all die.
Featuring a kickass heroine, forbidden love, and magic you’ll wish was real, fans of The Mortal Instruments, Twilight, or Harry Potter will love Chandelle LaVaun and Megan Montero’s brand new urban fantasy series!