Published by Random House Children's Books on June 10th 2014
Genres: Legends, Myths, Fables, Love & Romance, New Experience, Other, Paranormal, Social Issues, Young Adult
If high school is all about social status, Indigo Blackwood has it made. Sure, her quirky mom owns an occult shop, and a nerd just won’t stop trying to be her friend, but Indie is a popular cheerleader with a football-star boyfriend and a social circle powerful enough to ruin everyone at school. Who wouldn’t want to be her?
Then a guy dies right before her eyes. And the dusty old family Bible her mom is freakishly possessive of is stolen. But it’s when a frustratingly sexy stranger named Bishop enters Indie’s world that she learns her destiny involves a lot more than pom-poms and parties. If she doesn’t get the Bible back, every witch on the planet will die. And that’s seriously bad news for Indie, because according to Bishop, she’s a witch too.
Suddenly forced into a centuries-old war between witches and sorcerers, Indie’s about to uncover the many dark truths about her life—and a future unlike any she ever imagined on top of the cheer pyramid.
Well, it happened. I finally found a love interest that I actually love. Bishop was one likable character, not perfect and not even close to being a Prince Charming. He was just that guy you could be yourself with and laugh at all his suggestive jokes. He was so cute and was, in my opinion, what made this book great. Seriously, I love him. Sigh x 10000.
I liked Indigo more so at the end of the book. I felt like she did grow into a more well-rounded character. Her eyes were opened to everything that was happening around her and she found out who her true friends were, like Paige. I had a new respect for Indigo because, you know, she was just one of those popular cheerleader types in the start of all this.
While I don’t 100% get why these sorcerer dudes are still going after Indie even after what happened, I really liked the story. I cannot wait for the sequel, which is called Charmed, because I need more Bishop in my life.