Fire Witch

Can Westwood Academy handle the blazing inferno that erupts when these two touch?

Tana McKenna learned not to trust anyone early in life. Closed off and guarded, she just wants to control her element and get on with her life—alone. But her wacky roommates don’t seem to get the picture.

Since when did different elementals room together, anyway? Something very strange is going on at Westwood Academy, and Tana is determined to root it out.

The only problem is getting past the sentinels—one in particular. She does not know why Brandon Flint’s steel-eyed gaze seems to follow her wherever she goes, or why the knowledge of his steady stare kindles something deep inside her.

His quiet observation is driving her mad. And if there’s one witch you don’t want to get emotional, it’s her. Temperamental does not begin to describe Tana or her flaky control over her element.

Will she master her magic before it gets out of control?

Find out in Fire Witch!

Welcome to Westwood Academy. Forget what you know and let your magic run wild.

Popular Tropes

Fated Mates, Curvy Heroines, Witch Academy, Shifter Romance, Witch Romance, Secret Curse

Series Reviews

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I literally devoured this book in a single evening. I have not read any academy books for a while, as they seemed to bore me after a while. This one seemed different from the start. I loved Rio and her difficult start to a new chapter in her life. Totally innocent concerning the politics of her new world, I loved watching her try to find her way. I am on tenterhooks now waiting for the next story!” -Bookbub Reviewer
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “A fascinating read, with magic, love, family that you want to hate and friends you want as family, all mixed up in a story of seeking your own path and denying those who would steal your very essence away from you for their own gains. I can’t wait to read the next book and see what happens with the next character in the series. I would recommend this book to all who love magic and an underdog fighting for their freedom, finding love and friendship along the way, as well as belief in themselves and their growing powers.” -Bookbub Reviewer

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