Things aren't looking great for Cass Clereaux. For one, her greatest fear has come true. She's stuck in the Prison for Magical Miscreants while her nemesis, Victor Orriodor, is out in the world, putting the last pieces of his plan into place. He's wreaking havoc, all while she's stuck in a stone box, awaiting likely execution.
Fortunately, Cass has just discovered that she's the most powerful Magica in the world. She may have no control over her massive new power, but that won't stop her from using it to break out of the world's strongest supernatural prison. As for how she's going to stop Victor when she gets out? She has no idea.
To have any hope at success, Cass will have to learn to control her magic and figure out exactly what he's trying to accomplish. She's going to need all the help she can get if she wants to survive, much less save the world. Luckily for her, she's got Aidan Merrick and her sisters at her back, along with her allies in the League of FireSouls.
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"Dragon's Gift: The Huntress" series follows Cass' quest to discover her background, learn how to fully utilize her magic, find love, and defeat evil (and save the world, of course!). The series truly is an epic quest and we follow along as part of Cass' journey. It culminates in this last volume.
The series borrows from the stories of treasure hunters (Indiana Jones, Lara Croft) and traditional stories of quests (Princess Bride, Labyrinth) and gives us a fun, fast-paced, tale of magic and loyalty. I enjoyed being a part of Cass' journey and look forward to the next series.
A few notes.... 1) The books are short and end unexpectedly. I almost think it might've been stronger to make the series into 3 books rather than 5. 2) The books would also benefit from more editing -- a number of facts are repeated over and over. The readers are smart enough to remember them the first time! And "_____ said" is really repetitive. Probably you notice it more when it's read out loud but there were a lot of places where the wording was: "_________ I said._________ Nix said. ____________ Del said." and so on. 3) Is this a YA series? The romance/sex was sweet but rated "G," and honestly pretty anti-climatic.
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