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Marina Fae never considered herself a powerful witch or dreamed that she would one day be a warrior fighting to save her people. Her life changes when the Sea Witch's dark magic sweeps across the Isle of Magic, turning those who resist or cannot escape to stone. Finding refuge in the dense mountain forest, Marina fights to protect the children left behind by Magna's wave of destruction.
Detective Mike Hallbrook's search for two women who disappeared in Yachats State Park takes an unexpected turn. He soon finds himself on an unfamiliar beach after rescuing a woman being attacked by a creature straight out of a horror movie. Stunned by the wild tale she tells him and the evidence surrounding them, he soon learns that everything she says is true - magic does exist - and that he is no longer on Earth. Marina's pleas for help are impossible for Mike to ignore, and he knows he will do whatever he can to help save her people.
Marina and Mike must work together to save the Isle of Magic. As the Sea Witch's evil spreads, they know they cannot stop her alone. With the help of the Dragon King and the King of the Sea People, they will confront the Sea Witch once and for all. But, what happens when they discover a darker entity hidden beneath-an entity that can only be stopped by the person they are trying to kill?
Contains mature themes.
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By Shanda Driggers on 04-23-18
Can’t wait for next book
This book is without a doubt, the best spin on fairytales I’ve ever read. It is in a class all its own while bringing in subtle elements of the very loved fantasies. Character development and the narrator were perfectly matched. I can’t wait until the next book.
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By Paula on 04-08-18
The witch's touch is the third book in a series that I was finding interesting so far. At the end of this book, I thought the story was loose .... although the initial question was resolved, and the author left open what happened (or rather will happen) with the sea witch, I got the superficial feeling "everyone lived happily forever".
I think this third book doesn't live up to the other two, although the story has a pleasant development with moments of humor.
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