Dark Summer (The Witchling, Book 1) by Lizzy Ford

By Lizzy Ford

A college for Witchlings...
The final selection among gentle and Dark...
Where the cost of a mistake...is your soul.
Sixteen-year-old summer season doesn’t count on her new boarding tuition to be any varied than the remaining: a short lived remain, until eventually her uncontrollable magic will get her thrown out back. In her brain, there’s no element in getting too pleasant with an individual. that's, until eventually she notices Decker, the boy who turns into the grasp of evening and fireplace on his eighteenth birthday.
When she learns that this specific college has attracted others with magic of their blood, she is hopeful that this time round, issues might be various. along with, she can’t deny her curiosity in Decker, and whilst he rescues her one evening from the darkish forests of the Rocky Mountains, their connection is instant.
Yet a dating with Decker may perhaps turn out to be Summer’s downfall, forcing her to select from mild and darkish, existence and demise, love – and their souls.
One selection. One soul. One fee.

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Amarind stepped back despite her best intentions, until her back was against the clock. She put her free hand to her side so that her fingers were brushing the polished wood. He didn’t look wary at that, either, which meant the Witch had told him little. The knife trembled in her hand as she lifted it. Cedric laughed. “You don’t have to worry,” he said. “She was quite annoyed when we couldn’t find the knife. ” “That would be preferable,” Amarind said sincerely. The memories swept over her again, the fear and the hunger and the constant, scrambling desperation.

He could have grabbed it, could have held it, squeezed it for what nourishment remained. He held out his hands but did not close them, and so the soul slipped like smoke through his talons. He had payment enough. The maid stood, hands tightly around her son. ” “You thank me for this? ” TWO AND TWENTY DARK TALES: Dark Retellings of Mother Goose Rhymes She looked back toward the city with its dark walls. ” Then she handed him the box. Blackbird opened it. A dainty dish, made of thin metal that reflected gloomy colors from another place.

Amarind went. *** TWO AND TWENTY DARK TALES: Dark Retellings of Mother Goose Rhymes Upon her return to the castle, Amarind went straight to the library and stood in front of the clock, her heart pounding. How had the Witch known about the knife? No, that was the wrong question. She had to ask another question first, a question she should have asked long ago: why did she know about the Witch? What did the Witch have to gain by teaching a princess magic? The deathblood of a virgin princess. Powerful enough to transform a human being into a mouse.

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