The last book in The Seven Spell Saga reviewed

An Ending and a Beginning has already been reviewed on Amazon.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Terrific finale December 18, 2012
By Annie
Here's an author who is right at home in the realm of spells, romance and magical beings. The long-awaited "The Seven Spell Saga: An Ending and a Beginning" answers all our burning questions, while leaving a door open to other possibilities. It's the perfect ending to this delightful saga.

Book Seven opens with Esteban returning from his travels, troubled and bored. In a foul mood, he punishes a hapless servant by turning him to stone. He yields his magic carelessly and selfishly and has trashed Claudine's room. Now he vows to follow her through the fountain. Thus begins the riveting final journey.

The triangle between Chloe, Tristan and Oliver remains as exciting as ever. The three friends have deepened their relationship in a satisfying way. Chloe is about to become engaged to Oliver, and she tells Tristan, "We're stuck with each other anyway, you, Oliver and me. Stop this weirdness."

Tristan learns what is means to love two women at once. Danger lurks for all of them as Dale brings older magic to the mix, and strange things begin to happen.

Stokes slips fluidly from one character to another, and performs an author's magic trick with her descriptions of love and loss and yearning. We want to know what will happen to Dale, and if Chloe and Oliver end up together, and what will become of Tristan.

Do yourself a favor, if you haven't done so already, and buy the whole series, then settle in for a thoroughly romantic, satisfying paranormal read. Highly recommended. 
Here is the paragraph which has the line mentioned in the above review, it's said to Tristan but he is the one speaking in the paragraph,
“Chloe I wish it was me. I wish things were different. I know now how hard it must have been for you when I asked you, or maybe Oliver did about choosing between us. Please tell me we will still see each other”, I said, and I knew as I said it that it sounded strange. She smiled at me and kissed me.

“Tristan what are you on about? I’m not going anywhere. You will still see me. We still love each other. We’re stuck with each other anyway you, Oliver, and me. Stop this weirdness”.

I took a deep breath and nodded. “Yes that’s all true. Yes I know”, I told her.

When I dropped her off home I felt better because we had talked and hugged each other, and it felt the same as always between us.

I would pick the ring up at the end of the week, and give it to Oliver to give to her. I could do that much because it’s true I can’t think of anyone I would rather have engaged to the girl I love other than Oliver. Actually come to think of it, if it wasn’t him there would be no way I would let it happen.
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Trish was born and mostly raised in San Diego, California where she lives now with her family and pets. She's been writing short stories and poetry since high school after an obsession with Stephen King's 'The Stand'. After over fifteen years of crazy dreams and an overactive imagination, Trish began her first book 'I Hope You Find Me' in December of 2011. When Trish isn't writing, she's homeschooling her amazing daughter and mildly autistic son, reading whatever she can get her hands on, or enjoying the Southern California sun. As a strict Vegetarian, Trish holds a special place in her heart for animal rights and dashes into the backyard weekly to rescue lizards and mice from her mini-lab/cocker spaniel mixed dog, Zoey...who is always getting into some sort of trouble.

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The next installment in The Station series by Amazon Bestselling Author, Trish Marie Dawson, takes readers on another lively journey through the after-life adventures of eighteen year old Piper Willow.

Piper has new challenges to overcome, new names to learn and is faced with a new Station occupation. Did she make the right choice - choosing to stay at the Station and become a Volunteer? Does she really want answers to the questions that never leave her mind? How did the Station come to be? What lies beyond? Who is Andurush and what, exactly, does he want with Piper?

She must ask herself once again if she has what it takes…but this time it isn't about saving lives, it's about discovering what lies beyond death. Would you want to know?


If I thought the exceedingly happy mood that has me perched atop my favorite velvet throne would last very long I'm mistaken after I enter the Ones building. Niles is standing near the counter talking to Laney. I know the moment I see him that he is there to give me news about my volunteering status. Poof goes my throne.

"Hey, Piper. You really are a popular girl today," says Laney with a tight smile.

"I guess so," I try and laugh but it sounds more like a vocal seizure.

"Piper, I came to collect you," Niles says, all business.

"Collect me?" I try and laugh again, but the sound is simply unpleasant so I snap my mouth shut to avoid any more verbal diarrhea, and nod a goodbye at Laney while moving back outside with Niles.

I allow my eyes a few seconds to readjust to the brightness around us. He places an arm loosely around my shoulders as we begin walking and says in a comforting tone, "Before I tell you where we are going and who we will be speaking with, I need you to understand you aren't in trouble. You've done nothing wrong, okay dear?"

I don't trust my voice so I only nod.

"I'm taking you to see the Mentors and…" he pauses to glance around us, and only when he seems satisfied that no one is close enough to hear, he continues, "…and the Keeper."

I don't know what this means. The look on my face must further establish my confusion but Niles only nods and continues to usher me around the fountain, which is currently teeming with teens of all ages, until we reach the Staff building.

Finally, just as Niles opens the door in front of us, I find my voice, "What's the Keeper?"

"I can't tell you, but you will see, don't worry, dear. Remember, you aren't in trouble, okay?"

We walk down the empty hallway and go through a door into a room that looks nothing like the one where Mallory and I met for the first time in person. This staff room is shaped more like an oval, with no corners on the walls and there are no tables or chairs. The center of the floor dips down a good two feet, creating a sort of recessed bench that matches the curved shape of the room. This is where the Mentor's sit in a circle. I get over my intimidation of them instantly as my eyes widen at the sight of the other person sitting with them. A man at least a good foot taller than anyone else stands and nods at me. His clothes appear to be all white but it's hard to tell at first, because the man is glowing.

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