New school. Cross-country move. Broken heart. If only these were Emma Guthrie’s worst problems. Instead, she must battle a trio of enemies—human and spectral—who may or may not have joined forces against her and everyone she loves. All while pretending to be over Cooper Beaumont, her ex-boyfriend and true love, to shield him from her arch-nemesis’s revenge.
Worse, when the fight escalates, Emma is tempted to use black magic, which will endanger her soul. As her enemies close in, join forces, and fight with new and dark magic she’s never seen before, Emma must harness the power within her to fulfill an ancient prophecy, defeat a centuries-old evil, save her family, and reclaim the only boy she’s ever loved.
Welcome to my stop on the Illusion by lean Nolan Blog Tour and I will have a review for you to check out below and make sure you enter the giveaway.
I couldn’t wait to get to this book to see how this whole series would end and if Emma and her Ms Delia would come out on top. They have been through a lot throughout this series and I was hoping that things would work out for them. I have to say I think my main draw to this series is that the author’s writing style draws you in and puts you under her spell. She makes you get so attached to these characters that you hope for the best for the good one and the worst for the evil ones. We get back into this one with Emma still working on getting Ms Delia out of jail and dealing with Claude and Taneea.
As the story continues we see Emma having to adjust to a whole lot but that’s what I loved about her the most. She is only fourteen but acts so much older and is so mature for her age because let’s face it she has a lot to live up to being an apprentice for Ms Delia. I think this book may have to be my favorite as we got to see Cooper again and I love him for the way he loves Emma. He refused to let go of her and I think that his love in a way made her stronger. We also got a lot of history about the past generations in this one too which I really enjoyed. I have to say overall this was a great way to wrap up this series and I am sad to see if go. I can’t wait to see what the author brings us next.