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Everyone is perfectly beautiful, with no uncharitable thoughts ever except the villains , so there is very little conflict or tension. The main character never resents spending her youth taking care of her dead mother, or being lied to. Her friends are all supportive. She's nervous about meeting her long-lost family, but they're all gorgeous and perfect and love her to death. The whole book is like this. What if instead of meeting her soul mate within the first 5 mins of arriving, she actually built a relationship with a man?

Why is everything SO emotional? It works better if you don't show any crying, and then a stoic character loses it.

Then you know he loves her and you don't have to have him repeat it 50 times. And all the unnecessary details of "they wore this, went here, then spent the afternoon there, and her mom asked how they enjoyed it, and she said, fine. I can't read past the first one. It's part Twilight, part soap opera, part Mary-Sue dream sequence. It could be cool, but add a little realism! Add some action, some obstacles, interpersonal conflict among the good guys. Also, these people are referred to as witches and wizards, though they don't do MAGIC, they just have powers. That makes them superhumans, maybe even gods.

Witches and wizards rely on spells and rituals. Look up the history of what is referred to as magic. And seeing auras isn't magic either. I really hate hurting the feelings of a fellow writer, that isn't my intention. By all means, keep writing and have fun with it. I'm sure you will only get better.

But you could do with a bit more plot and character development, and voice for your story, and much less melodrama. It may be fun to write, not so fun to read. One person found this helpful. I got this series for free and didn't really read the reviews very well.


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The first book was okay. The author did manage to make me cry which pushed me on to the second book. If you're into 2 year olds getting each other hot and bothered for pages and chapters, then you're in luck! That's about all the main characters do besides telling each other how they feel over and over and over and I'm gonna vomit now. I spent my time on the second and third books looking for the bad guys names and that was when I would start seriously reading.

I have enjoyed all the books, they are fun and fast read. I look forward to more Fun, fast moving quick read. See all 43 reviews. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers. Learn more about Amazon Giveaway.

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