Elizabeth has gone through so much lately with her mother’s passing. Now she lives with her aunts and she has begun to have nightmares. Only her nightmares are not nightmares at all, but spirit walks. Elizabeth never knew she belonged to a family of witches that dates back centuries. It is believed that she is the strongest one of all. She never knew her father was alive or that she had a twin brother. Now she must learn about a world she never knew existed. She has to learn to embrace her heritage and figure out how to defeat the Council. They are conspiring to destroy the structure of coexisting in this new society that her ancient people hold dear. Night after night her dreams reveal so much more….but are they only dreams?
Elizabeth endured so much in the past four months only to be awakened by her mother, on her couch in her own home. Was it all just a dream? A dream that foretold of the coming future. A dream that awoke the powers and knowledge of her people and the past within her. Elizabeth must now go and discover the truth and attempt to change a most dreadful future. Her dreams and reality will now mesh into one.
Can she control the power that she will wield? She is determined to do so and now this is her reality.
Elizabeth fought with her father to save the coven with The Veil’s help and succeeded. She secured the peace her coven desired but failed to find her own. Wesley and his family disappeared before the battle and left her feeling abandoned, broken. Her soul rages with emotions and magic she still hasn’t mastered. Living in a world she barely understands, the one person who is there for her is the one she should stay away from.
Elizabeth thought the battles behind her were difficult until some of her past came back to haunt her. She struggles to determine what emotions she is feeling that is real or induced by the amulets of the original witches now when an unexpected person becomes the keeper of Prince Petre’s items. Protecting a friend comes to the forefront of her newest goal while coming up against an adversary she didn’t know existed was troublesome enough, but not to have her powers at her command…that is the true test of her will and strength.
Will Elizabeth be able to accept the new keeper?
Will Sorina and Prince Petre give their blessings?
Can the young witch keep her friend safe as well as herself?