Harley Merlin and the Stolen Magicals by Bella Forrest

This is the 3rd book in the Harley Merlin series.

That’s what Harley desperately needs to find out before her unhinged aunt raises the death toll.

All she knows for sure is that magical kids are missing, and they somehow fit into Katherine Shipton’s grand scheme. Now that Harley is an official member of the San Diego Coven, she feels more responsible than ever for its protection—and that of the magical world.

But she’s got a whole lot more on her plate than that.

There’s a traitor lurking within the Coven. She still yearns to know the secrets contained within her parents’ Grimoire. And there’s also the fact that she might actually have feelings for a certain stubborn, green-eyed dude…

All the while, Santana faces her own demons, with a magical Purge building within her and a crush on a boy with a dark side, one that might just lead them to real answers.

This series is still my favourite by Bella Forrest after reading this book.

I absolutely love it. It moves at a great fast pace and is full of action. I love all the characters and love that we’re getting to know the other characters more with each book.

Harley is brilliant. She’s down to earth, and trying to get a hand of her powers. She wants to help those she loves and is always looking out for her friends. Her and Wade’s relationship is frustrating to read though. They both need to admit their feelings to eachother already.

This book also contained some chapters from Santana’s point of view. I really liked this, and enjoyed getting an insight to her powers. It was also interesting to learn more about Raffe from her point of view.

We finally got to see how insane Katherine truly is after hearing alot about her. I think she’s a good villain and I’m looking forward to the story progressing.

Overall, this series is simply brilliant. I’m looking forward to the next one. I’d definitely recommend it.

My rating: 5/5*

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