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Mage felt very strongly about the cycle of life and that the past, the present, and the future were all connected by a stream of energy. She knows something is coming for her but she doesn't know what it is yet. She needs to keep Kasha safe no matter what. Since Mage knew her time was short she prepared everything for Kasha to find. Knowing that she would need to know all about who she is and what her potential is.
I love this story we learn all about Mage (Kasha's grandmom) and their relationship. We learn about Mage's powers and some information on Aurora not much though. I really enjoyed this Novella and look forward to more from Felicia Starr.
Will we see more of Kasha's friends and acquaintances in later installments? I think some of them are more connected than we realize...
We need to know more about Aurora. Is she really good, evil, or just trapped?
Yay!! I look forward to reading the rest of the series.
These are a must read it keep me on the edge of my chair.
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Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5
Loved the background story of Kasha’s grandmother, Magenta Alexander. New questions come to light.Read more
Marked is the novella in the...Read more
Magenta “Mage” could feel that something was coming. It was bad and she knew her time was running out.Read more