So I had to keep reading, y’all. Yes, I might have read one book in between, but I was trying to clear off more space in my Kindle Unlimited library so I could get more Harley Merlins. Harley Merlin and the Mystery Twins picks up where the first book ends.
Harley Merlin is no longer an orphan. Well, she is, but now she knows who her parents are- Hiram and Hester Merlin. It was believed that Harley didn’t exist, that she died when her mom was killed. But now her aunt Katherine knows she’s alive. During this book, Harley is still trying to decide if she wants to join the coven.
Tatyana Vasilis is a member of the San Diego Coven. As a Kolduny, Tatyana speaks with the dead. You could call her a ghost whisperer. Tatyana is a member of the Rag Team with Harley. Her parents run one of the Russian covens. Tatyana does not get along with her parents.
Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)
In Harley Merlin and the Mystery Twins, magical children are disappearing. The Rag Team splits up to visit young magical children. Some have just moved to San Diego while some are in the foster care system. This, of course, causes a conflict in Harley as she has grown up through that system.
But they aren’t the only ones who are checking out the magical children. They find a card of the mysterious Ryder twins. Who exactly are they and who are they working for? Read it and check it out.
I’m so glad Kayla recommended this series to me. I love it and will be reading the third in a matter of minutes. I was just waiting to get this post written. If you liked Avatar: The Last Airbender, this has a similar feel, but it’s set here on Earth and not in another world. If you like magic where people can control different elements, then this one is for you! Harley Merlin and the Mystery Twins is available on Kindle Unlimited.
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And in case you hadn’t figured it out, my plan for 2021 is to write a blog post for each book I read. Last year, I read 150 books. We’ll see how I do this year.