All her life Harmony Phillips has felt defective.
Growing up in a paranormal community where magikal
abilities come from the wavelengths of color, a
color blind girl is worthless, and they haven't
let her forget it. No one but her adoptive
parents, Charlie a Were-Lion and Sarah a Witch,
along with her best friend Tesch, a Siren, have
ever given her an ounce of esteem. When a fit of
outrage unlocks the color yellow to her eyes,
Harmony passes out cold with shock over her eggs
and accidentally glamours her nemesis Challen
Parks into a cowardly golden retriever. As other
colors unfold before her eyes, so do new
abilities. Love and friendship get turned upside
down as Harmony struggles to have faith in people,
discovering they are not always as they seem. The
misfit becomes the outlaw as she is once again
different from everyone else. What began as joy
turns to peril when the paranormal Council finds
out she is more than a Witch, or a Were or a
Fae... oh my.
Oh me oh my.
Once I got into this book I became fastly addicted the all the mystery, suspense and fantasy that was filled in these pages.
This is a wonderfully amazing book for anybody. Whether you are a teenager or a young adult read or an adult you will love and adore this fantasy filled book.
Tesch is by far my favorite character in this book. A sexy alluring siren who falls for her before she becomes all powerful. Hes truly the most amazingly protective man.
Him being a Siren is just a alluring perk to his sweet caring character.
I loved how it slowly unfolds to explain through the book what she truly is. I wont ruin the surprise but you will love it.
And the ending oh my, it sure does leave you for a cliffhanger wanting more and more. I was sad it was the end of the novel.
I cant wait to see what this author has in store if she does a sequel.
It will surely be amazing.
A must read for any young adult who loves a good fantasy novel.
I fell in love with books as a child thanks to my
mom. She read to me as a child, but more
important, she read for her own pleasure as well.
I grew up dying to know what she found so
fascinating between the paperback covers of
authors like Victoria Holt and Bertrice Small.
When I was old enough, I found out and became just
The first person who ever told me I should be a
writer was my English teacher, Sue Campbell. I had
her for 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th and 11th grade
English. Every year I moved up, so did she, until
finally 12th grade. She passed away from ovarian
cancer some years ago, but I think she would be
proud of me today.
I grew up in McAlester, Oklahoma. I am a
registered nurse as well as a writer. Mother of
three (almost) grown children and wife to a good
man. We live in a small Oklahoma town that is just
outside of Oklahoma City.
My own favorite authors include Laurell K.
Hamilton, Bertrice Small and John Grisham. The
best present I ever got was the freedom to explore
my wild imagination. Thanks Momma.