Monday, January 5, 2015

Claimed by Earth. Book review.

I wasn't sure what to expect with this book.  The first 25% I was bored, but then it picked up and I was hooked.

Mycah Dunleavy has two goals in life: to protect her friends and to defend the World Below. In order to take her fight to the enemy she must become the most powerful witch she can be. But that power comes at a price.

In fulfulling her first goal, she committed the cardinal sin of using her magic to harm others. And to attain the second, she must combine in a ritual with a Watchtower Knight … despite the fact she can't bear to be touched.

Unphased by Mycah's defensive armor, Sebastian wants to claim her as his own and he intends to woo her long and slow. Then Mycah comes up with a crazy plan to gain more power and he becomes nothing more than a means to an end—a role he has no intention of accepting without a fight.

But there are bigger threats to deal with in the World Between. Mycah's life is threatened, four Witches are kidnapped, and once again the enemy is knocking at the door. Time is running out, and if Sebastian and Mycah don't find a way to work together, both of their worlds could be lost.

An evil, dark power is trying to corrupt the collegium where, Mycah an earth witch is attending school.  However, the other three witches in her Quarter are all around her, preparing for battle.  The Watchtower Knights are back from being banishment.  They are there to protect the witches.  Mycah strikes up a friendship with a Knight, Sebastian.  However, prior events keep Mycah from opening up completely to him.  She keeps him at arms distance.  Sebastian is willing to go slow and woo her.
I need to read the rest of this series!! 

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