Blood Like Fate (Blood Like Magic)
Voya is the youngest Matriarch of the Thomas family, and the only witch with two gifts. But what did she give in exchange? Her grandmother is dead, her relationship with her cousin and her former crush, Luc, is in shards, and her family—and the other Toronto witches—don’t believe in her ability to lead them.
When the powers of people around her start growing out of control, Voya is struck with a terrifying vision about the end of the Toronto witches, one with Luc at the center of it. Could he really be responsible? And if he is, can she find the strength to defeat him?
This book was entertaining, fast-paced, and magical! I was a fan of the first book, and this one did not disappoint! Voya’s character development was phenomenal, and watching her grow as a person was definitely one of my favorite parts. She never felt like her character was forced to grow in a specific way, and her scenes with Luc were so well done! The romance between them was beautiful, and I did not find them annoying or boring.
I would recommend this to anyone who loves witch-themed fantasy books!
|Page Count||480 pages|
|Publisher||Margaret K. McElderry Books|
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