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Minor Magic Xoe Meyers #7

Minor Magic Xoe Meyers #7 Summary Ú eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Xoe knew her father had a few family secrets but she hadn’t expected to find answers in the human world Never the less she’s not one to pass up a good road trip so with the help of her friends she’ Xoe rocks I absolutely love this series I normally read kindle unlimited than anything because I read so much and so fast but I got the first 3 books in this series free and thought it s worth a shot so I started reading them I was hooked I couldn t put them down I have read the entire series in about 4 days I bought books 4 7 back to back I had to know what was going to happen next If you like a strong heroine and some kick but heros your sure to love this series It s non stop action and I caught myself laughing out loud several times I hate that this is the last book in this series but can t wait for the spin off to see what Xoe and her friends get into next And now I m off to read the rest of Sara s series hopefully they will be as good as this series was

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Minor Magic Xoe Meyers #7 Summary Ú eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF O protect her pack but when Emma’s abusive father comes a’calling Xoe will be torn between her family mystery and her obligation to the wolves Something’s gotta give and hopefully it won’t be Xoe Magic readRead all 7 books in two weeks on holiday in outback spain great reading looking forward to new series xx

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Minor Magic Xoe Meyers #7 Summary Ú eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF S journeying into unknown territory to find the answers her father wasn’t able to give her Who is she really and why are certain demons out to kill her Back home trouble is brewing It’s Xoe’s job t This book was a great ending to the series Although I felt like the contents of the last two chapters could have just been summarized as part of the epilogue rather than having them separate Still an enjoyable read