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Witchlight In the Magic Born are segregated in urban reservations The laws do not protect them or their allies Councilwoman Elizabeth Marsden is a powerful player in New Corinth politics but a closely gu

  • Title: Witchlight
  • Author: Sonya Clark
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In 2066, the Magic Born are segregated in urban reservations The laws do not protect them, or their allies.Councilwoman Elizabeth Marsden is a powerful player in New Corinth politics, but a closely guarded secret could destroy her life she s a hidden Magic Born Her family has gone to great lengths to erase all her magic related records, until a trancehacking outlaw discoIn 2066, the Magic Born are segregated in urban reservations The laws do not protect them, or their allies.Councilwoman Elizabeth Marsden is a powerful player in New Corinth politics, but a closely guarded secret could destroy her life she s a hidden Magic Born Her family has gone to great lengths to erase all her magic related records, until a trancehacking outlaw discovers the last remaining one Vadim Bazarov smuggles Magic Borns through the underground railroad and threatens to reveal Elizabeth s secret unless she helps him access blank ID cards Elizabeth wants to hate him for having a stranglehold on her life, but can t help being attracted to someone so sure of who and what he is.Vadim initially sees her as a political ice queen, but is intrigued by her suppressed magical abilities He trains Elizabeth to use her magic, and before long finds himself falling for her But their newfound love may be shortlived an anti magic ordinance forces one of them to make a choice that will change both their lives for good.86,000 words

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    1. This paranormal urban fantasy mixes magic with technology for a riveting futuristic read. A powerful player in New Cornith politics, Councilwoman Elizabeth Marsden is a magic born witch a secret that could destroy her. Vadim Bazarov smuggles Magic Borns through the Underground Railroad and threatens to reveal the political ice queens secret unless she helps him. An anti-magic ordinance forces one of them to make a choice that will change both of their lives.This steady to fast paced plot keeps r [...]

    2. I’d always quite liked Vadim in book one, although we didn’t see a great deal of him, and Elizabeth had a cameo during one of Nate’s press showings. She hadn’t made a massive impression on me and I was concerned how well she’d hold up as a main character in Witchlight. She’s an odd character – strong and icy in public, childlike and vulnerable in private, and flirtatious and passionate with Vadim. I suppose it’s testament to Clark’s writing that the combination works, and demon [...]

    3. Originally published at Reading RealityThe best news I had all day was when the author of Witchlight told me she’s finishing the next book in this series. Absolutely the best!Witchlight is the second book in Sonya Clark’s totally awesome Magic Born series, after the marvelous Trancehack. The Magic Born series is science fiction romance gold of the dystopian variety, with an extra dose of awesome because the dystopia is completely human-created and utterly avoidable.It’s all created by stup [...]

    4. Witchlight, Sonya ClarkReview from Jeannie Zelos book reviewsI loved Sonya’s first novel in this series, so was pleased to get this one for review. I’d felt from what we read of Vadim in book one that he was a really interesting character, and very different underneath from the surface image he projected. It was great to find him as a major character in this book. The way the Magic Born are treated by the rest of the population is awful, herded into reservations, not given the same basic hum [...]

    5. Do you remember our favorite bad guy Vadim; well the love bug finally bit him. Vadim a guy that is only nice to those he cares about finds the one that is meant for him when he wasn’t looking.Only thinking about helping those like him Vadim finds one of the few magic born that were hidden in the ‘normal’ word. Thinking that blackmailing her would finally put them a step ahead he goes on with his crazy plans. But like always nothing goes like you want and an unexpected draw to this person i [...]

    6. Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy.Having enjoyed TRANCEHACK, I was really looking forward to WITCHLIGHT. With its fascinating world, awesome romance, and great characters, WITCHLIGHT lived up to my expectations and more. Though it is the second book in the Magic Born series, nothing about WITCHLIGHT says sophomore slump – if anything, it’s even better than the first!There are multiple great aspects to WITCHLIGHT. First off, we have our hero and heroine. Though their relationship st [...]

    7. Vadim played a pretty big roll in TRANCEHACK and we got to know him a bit more than other secondary characters so I was glad to see he was being featured in WITCHLIGHT. He comes off as a pretty big bad boy and even though he is one, we get to witness his softer sides throughout WITCHLIGHT. Elizabeth (Lizzy) is new to us but we quickly get a feel of her personality and struggles as a Councilwoman and Magic Born in hiding. She has a lot of struggles in book 2 of the Magic Born series. She has to p [...]

    8. This was a great book two. I got to see a lot of my favorite people from the first book, and the overall story arc really progressed in a great new way. As the government begins to try and limit the rights of the Magic Born even further, Elizabeth Marsden does everything she can to stand up for them and prevent the change from happening. But, her reasons aren't what everyone thinks they are. As a Magic Born living as a Normal, her lifestyle is in constant jeopardy of being uprooted and seeing he [...]

    9. Cool series premise: the Magic Born are stripped of citizenship, forcibly separated from their families and sent to live in Freaktown. When Vadim, who runs the underground railroad, finds out Councilwoman Elizabeth is secretly Magic Born, he, of course, decides to blackmail her--but things quickly heat up between them. Having read Trancehack I was a little skeptical of Vadim's potential as a romance hero, but I'm happy to say the author pulled it off.

    10. This one read a little slower for me than the first one did. The pace would pick up and then get bogged down, sort of like a roller coaster. I still enjoyed the story, even though the world projected here is a very sad one.

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