Coven (The Elise Michaels Series, #1)
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Elise Michaels' motto has always been: no guts, no glory. She is a thrill seeker, continually craving excitement and adventure. The idea of being tied down to a place or man never interested her, even though a betrothal spell was cast linking her and the Head of Council’s son when they were mere infants.
Being a distant third in succession to assume the Head Mistress role, she felt confident that her secret would remain in her past along with Coven life. Unfortunately, nothing in our fun loving heroine’s future is anything she or anyone from the supernatural realm is prepared for.
Now, she’s forced to return to the place and the Sorcerer she so desperately sought to forget.
Elise has no idea the power and gifts that await her. Can she let go of her own desires and embrace her new role? Or will she surrender to the faceless evil coming for them all?
Book one in the tantalizing Elise Michaels Series a spinoff of The Nephilim Warrior Series.
I loved this book from the very first page! It's exciting and captivating. I highly recommend it!!! :)
A great book
So this is where I start
I cheated I read this before the others
So the story when it referred back lost me a little but the book in whole is fantastic
I love how the coven is a family .
I love what's happening between her and garret ( I think there's more there than meets the eye ...)
I got caught in the werewolf mmm .
There a few pieces of hotness and I love the connection that takes place between two people ( not telling ).
I hope the promise is kept .
This book is captivating and interesting as I said I cheated but now I'm reading the others
I can't wait for the next book
Hurry up xxxxx
Warrior or Sorcerer?
That's the choice Elise feels she has to make.
This is a spin off series from K.A. Youngs fantastic Nephilim Warror Series.
Elise has to return to The Coven, to a job she doesn't really want to take.
Back to the Sorcerer she didn't want to see.
I loved this book as soon as I started to read it.
5* not enough.