Across the Veil (Book 1)

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Ora Stone’s memories were erased for her protection. She is a witch, hidden in the human realm, hidden from the others of her kind, and protected by ancient magic.  

On her first day of college, she loses her amulet, releasing her long-dormant powers. Purely by accident, she performs a levitation spell, an action that breaks the Concealment Code and summons Protectors from Conjuragic to investigate. She is arrested and taken across the Veil to stand trial for her crimes.  

In prison, she must work with her defender to rediscover her past and prove her innocence, but the prejudice against her is daunting. 

Just when Ora thinks all hope is lost, she discovers her family’s secret buried deep in the heart of a conspiracy within the political world of Conjuragic. 

Will she decide to fight back, risking her family’s exposure, or leave her fate in the hands of the tribunal?

1 review for Across the Veil (Book 1)

  1. Susan May

    This was a great story. I loved the narrator, she did a great job. Conjuragic is not a very nice place. Glad Ora made it out alive. Plenty of magic in this one and I loved the characters. I was also happy when Mark got what was coming to him. A definite thumbs up for a great read.

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