Water Witch, Fairwick Chronicles - Carol Goodman Reviews
Description:ISBN 0091940206 / Paperback: 352 pages / Publisher: Ebury Press / Published: 13 Sep 2012
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Half fae, half witch Callie McKay is a Doorkeeper, which means that she has the power to open and close the last portal to the world of Faerie - theoretically, at least. Callie was raised by her grandmother, Fiona, after her fae father and witch mother died when she was ten. Being raised by a fae hating witch, who raised her as a human since she never displayed any magical abilities for witchcraft, means that she has no idea how her powers work. Callie better how to use and control her powers quickly; Fiona is the leader of The Grove, a conservative club for witches, and they want to close the last door to Faerie, which would mean that any fae being ... Read the complete review
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