Thursday, August 15, 2013

"No Love for the Wicked," by Megan Powell

No Love for the Wicked, by Megan Powell

"Magnolia Kelch is an interesting character. She comes from a family whose members are blessed with supernatural powers and cursed with evil intent in their use. Magnolia herself escaped daily torture at the hands of her own father and brothers when they killed her and buried her, and in time she recovered. Yes, you read that right. She died and got better. Her powers are growing exponentially but Magnolia isn't like the rest of her family. She doesn't want to use those powers to hurt others. She's recruited by a government agency whose main goal is to stop her family from basically taking over the world. Book one of the series raised a lot of questions. There are answers here but at the end there are still more questions. I like Magnolia and I can't wait to find out how this all works out. She deserves a whole lot better than she's gotten so far." -- Amazon reviewer

It’s taken six months, but supernaturally gifted Magnolia Kelch finally seems to have her surging powers under control. Then she arrives home to find a group of strangers in her beloved farmhouse, and that control is immediately put to the test. Magnolia quickly learns that her “guests” are actually part of the Network—not from the task force headed by her mentor, Thirteen, but a second group, led by British agent Colin St. Pierre.
Unfortunately, Theo, a Network agent who shares an intimate connection with Magnolia, doesn’t trust Colin as a new commander. When team missions collide, Magnolia finds herself in the middle of Network infighting, asking herself who among those closest to her truly has her best interests at heart.
But an even greater threat lies on the horizon. Intent on tracking down the source of Magnolia’s powers, a familiar enemy resurfaces with a plan—one that is far more sinister than the Network has ever seen.

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Born and raised in the Midwest, Megan has cultivated a strange affinity for State Fairs and basketball humor. When not writing she is often found reading, frequently feeding her paranormal romance addiction. She loves cheap coffee with tons of sugar and can eat no-bake cookies by the dozen. While she doesn't necessarily consider exercising as a bad thing, she's certain that dieting is the work of the devil. No Peace for the Damned is the first title in her powerful debut series.

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