Dime Store Magic is the third book in the Women of the Otherworld sequence, orthopedist and the first that has a main character who isn’t Elena. If I’m not mistaken, rx it’s also the first book to have acknowledged that it was a series. Now, ampoule of course, the eighth book is due out at the end of this month. Kelley Armstrong is still, to my knowledge, Canadian, and I haven’t learned anything in the last week regarding movie possibilities.
Paige Winterbourne, the witch from Stolen, has had custody of Savannah Levine for the last year, since Savannah’s mother died. Savannah’s mother, Eve, had left the Coven many years before, and had been practicing what the Coven considered evil magic. Paige is supposed to look after her and teach her ‘good’ magic. Unfortunately, Paige’s custody is challenged — by Savannah’s father, who turns out to be a sorcerer. (Sorcerers and witches don’t get along, ever since the Inquisition.) Sorcerers aren’t very good at taking ‘no’ for an answer, and Paige and Savannah’s life becomes a lot more difficult. Enter Lucas Cortez: renegade sorcerer and lawyer, he might be able to help. Well, if Paige will let him. Continue reading Dime Store Magic (Women of the Otherworld, Book 3), by Kelley Armstrong