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Dark Magic

Kayci Morgan

4.1 Stars
From 4 Reviews

They said he was evil.
They said he was dangerous.
But he was just trying to survive...

Parker's biggest problem in life was getting the boy he liked to notice him. Now, after discovering he's a warlock, the life he once knew is gone. Now he must contend with a mother that lied to him, a brother that hates him, and a father that doesn't know him.

And if that wasn't enough, a group of fanatical witch hunters have set him and his family in their sights. In order to protect those he loves, Parker must embrace his dark powers while not becoming the monster the witch hunters say he is. But the ability to bend the world to his will is an alluring temptation.


Previously published under Kyle Lewis

LGBT Romance Paranormal Romance Teen and Young Adult
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Teenager finds he is a warlock and has a whole other family

by M Sneyd

Parker is attacked by two man and wakes up at home. His father is there who he had believed dead for the all of his life and he tells him that he is a warlock and that he has half-siblings.Life for Parker turn into an extreme funfair like ride with all types of paranormal creatures getting involved. An exciting story of a teenagers life gone wild for you to enjoy when you have time for a fast paced read.
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I liked It!!!

by Anonymous

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. The storyline was well written and had a plot that was easy to follow. The characters were likable and could be related too. The conflict between the different magical and non-magical entities was woven into the story perfectly. The author didn't rush and didn't suddenly throw plot loops. I liked the each character went through their own personal discoveries. I can't wait to read another book.

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Okay story, but still needs work

by Anonymous

I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

There were parts of this book that I really enjoyed, but there was so much I felt could have flowed better. The flow was strange at times, like the author felt "got to mention this" and "oh, yeah add that", but the transitions were just rough. It wasn't the whole story, but every time I was getting really into the story it would hit another rougher patch.

The only character in this book I actually liked was Kat. For the teenagers, I guess I just had trouble reconciling the "they're young and bound to do stupid things" and "how could they be that stupid". I'm still not sure they really get the consequences of some of their actions (if I could see more of the lessons they learned, maybe it would work better for me). The adults in this story were just bad role models all around as far as I'm concerned.

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Good Story

by Anonymous

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This was an interesting book to read, funny with twists and turns. Really enjoyed it.