Book: Magikal Molly Day by Amy Lloyd
|5 stars based on the 3 most helpful Amazon reviews|
Amy Lloydabout this book: "Come to me sweet child of light, come to me in the dark of night, let your heart whisper free, I see all you can be," those were the soothing words Serena's beloved Aunt Emily sang to her when she was a child. Now twenty years later, her spirit has been broken by life until one cloudy day, one unremarkable day, Serena Devon finds a star shaped box with a map and her life turns upside down.
Have you ever felt like Serena Devon? Her life was flat, predictable, and colorless until the day she stumbled upon a mysterious wishing well and began a journey with the gifted young witch, Molly Day.
But Serena isn't the only one whose life is about to change: Molly has a secret of her own and together they must reclaim what was once destroyed.
Three tests are given and all three must be passed before both Serena and Molly Day are set free.
Healing, cathartic, and funny Magikal Molly Day follows the unique friendship of an ordinary woman living in Boston and an extraordinary witch living in Elushaneea.
It is never too late to reclaim the light you lost.
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