Spellbound (Spellbringers Book 1)

When the Alexanders move to the small, southern town of Oaktree, danger and magic follow. All the girls are drawn to Jace, the youngest member of the Alexander family, but only one will win his heart. Will it be Alisa, the shy outcast who saves Jace from a Hunter? Or Rachel, the powerful Spellbringer whose destiny is tied to the Alexander family in ways they can't yet imagine? More
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Words: 90,410
Language: English
ISBN: 9781311511973
About Tricia Drammeh

Tricia Drammeh is a wife and mother of four children who lives in New Hampshire. Her published works include The Fifth Circle, The Seance, Better than Perfect, and the Spellbringers series. She is currently working on her ninth novel. When Tricia isn't writing, she can be found walking her dog through haunted graveyards, devouring books, or drinking vast amounts of coffee.

About the Series: Spellbringers
Spellbringers is a multicultural fantasy series for young adults. It follows Rachel, a girl with a secret past and shocking destiny, and Alisa, a human girl who proves it isn't necessary to have magic to be special. It also follows the Alexanders, a magically gifted family who have been sent to protect Rachel. Their sons, Bryce and Jace, become involved in Alisa's and Rachel's lives, changing both girls forever.

In Spellbound: Book One, the Alexanders come to Oaktree to confront the dangerous forces brewing in the small town. Rachel and Alisa have never been friends, and it isn't easy for them to suddenly find their lives intertwined. When both girls fall in love with the same guy, the results are completely unexpected.

Firebound: Book Two explores the repercussions of Rachel's secrets and tests Alisa's loyalty and love.

Unbound is the explosive third book in the series. New loves are found and lost, and a devastating secret is revealed.

Book Four and a prequel to the series are slated for release later this year.

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