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Shadowburbia (McCormick Sisters #1)

3.88 of 5 stars 3.88  ·  rating details  ·  16 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Teen sisters Lola and Jules McCormick have faced many dangers on the road with their shadow warrior family, but nothing prepared them for their newest challenge – high school.

After their warrior mother has a midlife crisis, ditches their dad, and moves the family to the suburbs, the girls are forced into school for the first time. A private high school, Amber Hall is fille
Paperback, 186 pages
Published October 1st 2012 by Createspace (first published September 22nd 2012)
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Christina Wilder
The synopsis has me thinking of Supernatural, but with women...awesome!
We’re straight up introduced to action and it really sounds like a fab read. Then Mom gets a little freaky and takes her remaining kids to suburbia to have a more stable upbringing of course without Dad’s knowing so.

Jonas, the Dad, is way cool and laid back and he doesn’t fuss over his daughters. I love how he is loyal to his wife even though she’s going through the dark faze.

Lola is fierce and so much fun. I like how she’s not sure about the boys and gets herself marked by the Fae but Heath s
M. Lauryl Lewis
A pleasant surprise! The author created a world that has a dark undertone...but she kept humor throughout the story. She also did a great job of bringing me from chuckling thruout to reminding me of the darkness of her world.

Lola and Jules are sister "Shadow Warriors" whose duty it is to protect humans. Their mother leaves their father and for the first time the girls are thrust into the school system...but this highschool isn't normal. It's full of other paranormals.

Well edited & formatted
This was a cute read
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