When a witch seduces Matthew by assuming the form of the girl he loves, Alexandra must fight for him—as well as her own survival.
Alexandra Brim is bitter, and who wouldn’t be? She lost her mother as an infant, grew up under persecution for being magi and has been living in solitude with only her father and pet raven as company. To make matters worse, Father is sending her back to Lott’s Vale eight years later to care for her insane uncle. Yet what she dreads most about going back is facing Matthew—the boy she left without even a goodbye. The boy she never stopped loving.
Life doesn’t get any better once she arrives. When Matthew rejects her advances, she finds release for her stress in the unhealthiest of ways: by casting mischievous spells about the town in secret.
Though childish, these pranks are mostly harmless. But something lurks beyond the town walls—a Siren has been seducing men to carry out her underhanded errands, and suddenly Alex’s harmless mischief is damning evidence against her. As she fends off suspicion from the townsfolk, the Siren claims Matthew as her latest victim and learns about his lingering feelings for Alex.
Now she wants the girl dead in the strangest of love triangles gone wrong.