Witch's Reflection (The Young and The Powerful Book 1)

Witch s Reflection The Young and The Powerful Book Selah Gage understood why her sister was over protective Talia could not help herself Life had made them orphans and she became responsible for a Coven at the tender age of eighteen Ten years later sh

  • Title: Witch's Reflection (The Young and The Powerful Book 1)
  • Author: Jen A. Durand
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Selah Gage understood why her sister was over protective Talia could not help herself Life had made them orphans and she became responsible for a Coven at the tender age of eighteen Ten years later she was still trying to protect Selah from the world Selah learned the hard way, life was harder then just missing a party or two Sixteen and recovering from trauma, SelahSelah Gage understood why her sister was over protective Talia could not help herself Life had made them orphans and she became responsible for a Coven at the tender age of eighteen Ten years later she was still trying to protect Selah from the world Selah learned the hard way, life was harder then just missing a party or two Sixteen and recovering from trauma, Selah thought the worst had past But there was something going on Times when she could hear voices Whispers Selah was sure she was going crazy How else could she explain what was happening Her dreams were nothing but nightmares and she wanted to confide in her sister But secrets were reveling themselves A past Selah was just starting to remember could cause a divide she never thought possible What could Selah do when even her reflection seemed unfamiliar

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    1. *Thank you to the author for a free e-copy in exchange for an honest review!*Actual Rating: 2.5I actually had no idea that this was a spin-off when I picked this up, but the blurb drew me in, which is why I accepted it for review. Witch's Reflection follows Selah; she knows she's already different, because she's a witch. But she realizes that there's something even more out of the ordinary when she starts seeing things (memories?) that not only plant doubt in her mind, but makes her question jus [...]

    2. Selah Gage has been raised by her sister Talia since their parents died. When Selah is kidnapped and used as a lab rat she begins to hear voices that make her question her past. After she is back home she struggles with the reflections necessary to become a more powerful witch.Can Selah confide in others about what she is going through or will her reflections predict the outcome of what Selah is scared to face? Is there more going on than meets the eye and will Selah be able to defeat what she i [...]

    3. Selah is going through life conflicted with herself. As a witch, they are required to go through "regression", which lets them learn from past mistakes. Selah, though, sees things from her past that she was not expecting and is not sure how to handle them. The premise is very interesting, and I really enjoyed trying to figure out what was real and what was really going on. It is was very interesting to see how Selah progressed, but I wish there would have been more development and focus on the o [...]

    4. I didn't realize that this was a spin off series so far it's a great start for a new series. With that being said I found this to be a very enjoyable and entertaining read had my attention from beginning to end. I also like the camo appearances from the characters from the previous books. Definitely looking forward to reading about Selah friend Caden looks like there's a love connection forming between them can't wait to see what's going to happen next. I voluntarily read and review this ARC I h [...]

    5. This is a spin off from another series by the same author carrying over a few of the characters. Selah, Talia, Bryon and Patrice are fabulous créations. The characters are endearing, beautifully constructed and developed while remaining flawed. Loved this one and couldn't put it down.

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