The Secret Circle Blog Tour

The Secret Circle
Children of Chaos Series
by P. Sawyer
Genre: YA Fantasy, Paranormal
Sage Pope is your typical teenager. High school student, avid softball player…until she turns sixteen. One week before Sage’s birthday, she is thrust into a world she only thought existed in legends. A world full of magic, supernatural powers and secrets.
Adopted by Pennies after her mother’s death, Sage is kept away from the world of the Circle, an elite Wiccan coven tasked with protecting the ancient powers in Salem, MA. However, Sage has been summoned and the fate of Salem rests on her shoulders and the powers she doesn’t even know she possesses.
Join Sage and the Four as they navigate power manifestations, secrets, and a rouge coven looking to use her to siphon the ancient powers.
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P. Sawyer is a romance author that loves to read as much as she loves to write! Fascinated with bringing the “real” version of love to readers, P. strives to show how mess love can be and how happily ever afters aren’t always what they seem.
P. grew up in New England and currently lives with her husband, two children and dog in CT. When she is not creating less than perfect love stories, she can be found reading or watching Hockey.
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My Review

Sage Pope is definitely NOT your typical teenager.

As a powerful witch, prophesied, her powers began to manifest around her 16th birthday.
Her adoptive parents, known as Pennies; humans who protect the Circle, take her to the Circle where she’s introduced into a magical world and some very interesting characters.

The novella reveals a lot of information in a short period of time. No words are wasted. The descriptions of the Circle and why Sage is prophesied, was well explained. The characters and their abilities are also very interesting as well. Also, incorporating the dark rogues and their goal to syphon energy from ancient lay lines in the city is also very new. I know a little about lay lines and I was pleasantly surprised that, in this kind of story and where the witches and magic trope is quite overdone, here is something that is new. The writer was easily able to pull me into this world. If you like reading books about witches and magic, I highly suggest you give The Secret Circle a try.

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