So I might be a little addicted to this series now (thanks, Kayla!), but I had to read Harley Merlin and the Stolen Magicals. The action needs to pick up the pace a little more, but I love the storyline.
Harley Merlin joins the San Diego Coven, but first she takes her time getting to the ceremony. While she doesn’t know it, Wade leads her into the ceremony, taking the place of a loved one. All together now, aw! The sparks are flying between Wade and Harley, but neither one will do anything about it.
Santana Catemaco joined the San Diego Coven against her parents’ wishes. They want her to return to Mexico and marry. Santana enjoys time with Raffe, another member of the Rag Team. We learn a lot about Santana in this book.
Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)
In Harley Merlin and the Stolen Magicals, Harley completes a test, showing off her magical skills before pledging herself to the coven. The Rag Team searches for the children who went missing in the last book. Two members of the Los Angeles coven join the Rag Team in the search. Harley and Santana sneak off to visit New York and the coven there. Weird things happen in New York.
Harley learns a lot in this book about different people and strategy. We also see our first purge. Who ends up purging? What is Raffe’s secret? Read Harley Merlin and the Stolen Magicals and check it out.
Thanks to Kayla for recommending this series to me. I love it and have already started the fourth. Shhh! I shouldn’t have started already, but I had to! If you like magic where people can control different elements, then this one is for you! Harley Merlin and the Stolen Magicals is available on Kindle Unlimited. Oh, and there is a cliffhanger!
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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.