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Of Water and Moonlight
Thunderbird Academy, Book 1
Spieldauer: 6 Std. und 50 Min.
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My power could save my friends - or destroy them.As I start a new semester at Thunderbird Academy, I have a lot to live up to. News of my sisters' courageous fight against the Ancient evil has spread, and now, everyone expects the same greatness from me. But all I want to do is: Find my dad and figure out why my magic has suddenly gone on the fritz. It would be a lot easier if I didn't have to keep dealing with the ever-annoying Aiden Lawson. Shifter, nemesis, ridiculously gorgeous. I don't care how he makes my pulse race, I will not be deterred from my mission.
My sophomore year changed everything. I dropped 40 pounds after a stint in fat camp. Prior to losing weight, most of my time was spent comparing myself to my twin sister and trying to hide my cankles. But losing weight made all things seem possible. Now I'm popular, vying for the hottest guy in school and competing for a prom queen nomination. Finally, I'm getting noticed, and it's all because I dropped the pounds.
All I had to do was write one spell to save us - instead, I doomed us all. Stuck in Faery, with her friends in mortal danger, Maddie has no choice but to push herself beyond her limits. Her magic is growing, but so are the secrets behind it. Will she be able to save them? Or has she ruined her chances in redeeming herself? This is it. The final battle. The last chance to save those she loves.
Some seemingly preordained lives end up elsewhere entirely when a person manages to break the mold. Mary's mold was broken from the outside. When the unthinkable happened in her traditional southern family, Mary's quiet childhood was transformed into a journey of discovery amidst the world around her and of all the potential that lay within her.
When the monsters came knocking on Thunderbird Academy's doors, I was given one task: Write a spell and send the creatures packing. Instead, I brought the whole school to the faery realm. And now we're stuck. Left with no other choice, the school resumes its regularly scheduled classes. Now that the halls are filled with more fae than I've ever seen, tensions are at an all-time high. And I'm not just talking about what's going on between Aiden and me. I have no time for a forbidden romance, but I can't keep my thoughts off my broody shifter combat trainer.
In the devastating aftermath of the 1889 Great Seattle Fire, 19-year-old Anna Gallagher faces considerable pressure to marry well and soon. But she has no intention of giving up her freedom to keep house. She wants to be the first woman to summit Mount Rainier. Anna's grandfather couldn't disapprove more. And after he discovers that she's befriended a Duwamish woman in the forest, he threatens to disown her completely.
Adelaide has lived her whole life in rural Ethiopia as the white American daughter of an anthropologist. Then, her family moves to South Carolina in 1964. Adelaide vows to find her way back to Ethiopia, marry Maicaah, and become part of the village for real. But until she turns 18, Adelaide must adjust to this strange, white place that everyone tells her is home. Then, Adelaide becomes friends with the five African American students who sued for admission into the white high school.