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Twins Ivy and Violet Grant are opposites. Ivy, a hot-tempered redhead, couldn’t wait to get off the farm and see the world. Violet, a quiet brunette, was content to stay home and help their grandmother with the family business. The one thing they have in common is their magic.
Charlie Logan’s sinister obsession with Ivy Grant has ruled his life. When he discovers a book of dark magic during a burglary, he decides to return to Oak Hill and use his newfound power to gain control over Ivy.
Ivy and Violet, with help from their grandmother, need to practice their magic to overcome the evil seeping into their lives. A battle is coming, and Ivy’s life is not the only one at stake.
“It’s a pretty unique book in an otherwise saturated genre. I myself, have grown a little weary of books about witches, vampires and werewolves. But this one is a little different, and I quite enjoyed it.” – Shannon, Reeds and Reels Reviews
“This is a great story with a little bit of everything. There is a thriller, a little romance, and some magic added in. I think this book would appeal to many and think it’s a good one to check out.” – J Bronder, J Bronder Book Reviews
“It’s a fairly quick read that combines the fantasy world of magic with a suspense story line with Charlie’s obsession with Ivy so I enjoyed the creativity there adding magic into a thriller.” – Carrie, Carrie’s Book Reviews
“This was an interesting concept and had unique ideas.” – The Haunted Grave Books
“If you like fun, quick, and magical books I recommend checking out Dark Designs by Stefanie Spangler.” – A Soccer Mom’s Book Blog
“Excellent plot line! I appreciated the not-so-subtle reference to magic at the very beginning too! It was casual, almost thrown-in, like it wasn’t anything at all to be talking about magic. It intrigued me and now, one day later, I’m finished with the book.
I fully and wholeheartedly recommend this book to anyone looking for a quick adventure with women of a good variety of personalities and strengths!” – PaperVida, Platypire Reviews