Harley Merlin and the Mystery Twins
A dark past. A hidden power. A dangerous enemy.
Harley Merlin has a lot of unanswered questions in her life. What drove her father to kill her mother? How can she know the true extent of her magical abilities? Has Wade Crowley always been this annoying?
After the violent gargoyle incident that left many dead, Harley fears what other evil tricks her psychotic aunt has up her sleeve. When sheannoying?After ...more
First off, in my review for the first novel, I expressed a desire for a deeper explora ...more
I also didn't really care for the swapping of viewpoints. I'd rather just get Harley's viewpoint. The other characters are cool, but I don't need their views. I felt like I was getting cheated out of the main storyli ...more
So they are now going out and trying to see if they can help.
During one outing they discover a mysterious card from the Twins. Harley is conflicted about taking the kids away f ...more
All in all this was a good read. Harley has a lot of room for improvement. She really got on my nerves with her impulsive behavior and total lack of respect for the rules. I was glad to have more than just her point of view but I would have liked to have Wade's as well. Hopefully I'll get that in the next book....
The first book was hard to get into but this one was hard to put down! Loving the dual perspectives and can’t wait to see how Harley’s relationships with SDC members develops (#Warley). I have some theories but I can’t wait to see how this unfolds!!!
This one was a lot better than the first book, not that the first book was bad, but this was a much better book. I’m not sure if it’s because I knew the characters already or because I had two POV’s. Not exactly the two I wanted but more POV’s the better. The plot line in this book was more in depth and involved a lot more characters. You get to see how more of how the magic system works in this book with all the different characters. I always fi ...more
When they hunt for the twins, they discover they have all sorts of powers including u ...more
Had grown up in the foster care system instead of with the Durskeys.
Had been female instead of male.
Had been American instead of British.
Had been using some magic without knowing he was doing it.
Hadn't been brought into the wizarding world until he was nineteen and had been living on his own for a year.
Had learned that his father was executed for murdering his mother.
He might have better a little like Harley Merlin.
This book is much like the first book in that the characters are tasked with a mission to help solve the greater mystery and throughout, Harley learns more about her pow ...more
Harley Merlin has a lot of unanswered questions in her life. What drove her
father to kill her mother? How can she know the true extent of her magical
abilities? Has Wade Crowley always been this annoying?
****After the violent gargoyle incident that left many dead, Harley fears what
other evil tricks her psychotic aunt has up her sleeve. When she discovers
that magical foster kids like herself are in ...more
Nefarious plots are afoot, fueled by psychopathic folks with magical abilities. While the crew tries to protect precious children and those who care for them, no one's safety is insured and the collateral damage is heartbreaking. When Harley's family is targeted, Harley and her friends must determine the best way to protect innocents embroiled in webs of hatred and deceit before they are damaged beyond their ability to recover. The book's characters h ...more
And although I enjoyed this book, it was a little less interesting than the first. Harley hasn't progressed in her abilities that much. The main villains in this installment were the evil Twins. Unfortunately, they weren't very developed --mainly, they just killed. The POV was not only Harley's, , it alternated in chapters between Harley and Tatyana. I believe that it was the Author's way of developing a supporting character. T ...more
Harley’s step-parents have taken in another foster child. As the team goes out to check on assorted foster children that may be magicals, they keep running into signs that per ...more
I really enjoyed this, where the 1st book set the magic world this crashes you into it. It was action packed but enough going on that I was interested in the character. Where Harley annoyed me in the secert coven in this i can't help but love her.
Harley is human though and makes mistakes, though at the time she believes it's for the best. I love the Rag team old and new they work so well together.
As for Harley and wade i don't know where I want their growing relationship to g ...more
Ok, I have read books 1 and 2 in 2 days. This Harley Merlin series is just that good. Characters and their stories feel fresh and novel. I am enjoying it more than I thought I would. It is a perfect read for supernatural YA readers that are not that much into the romantic storylines that are so common in that genre, but more into refreshing magic related stories. As a Harry Potter fan, I have to say this series distantly reminds me of it, but feels ...more
This book was a bit slower to get through as there was more back story to the characters and glimpses into their past. I was frustrated with all the different Pov as I would read a chapter from Harley's point pv view and the next chapter was someone else. I felt disconnected and this style of writing does not work for me. I found myself skimming the chapter to get back to Harley. The action picked up towards the end and I hope the next one in the series uncovers more about Katherin ...more
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