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Souls by the Sea: Without - Souls by the Sea #2 - cover

Souls by the Sea: Without - Souls by the Sea #2

Jessie G. Talbot

Publisher: Jessie G. Talbot

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​Burlie McLauren is the first victim of a dark force that sends decent people running wild. No one, not even the strongest witch, is safe. And who's safe from that witch? Here's a hint, nobody! Burlie, without any power at all, must step up to save the town from itself. Without a prayer. 
Souls by the Sea, a fun paranormal fantasy series with an unexpected, but very effective, young heroine. The Great Recession has its hooks in the McLaurens. A new start in a new town comes with new problems. Souls by the Sea has a larger Dissimilar community than the family would like. Still, the monsters make for a great distraction. Until something, or someone, goes terribly wrong. When that happens, Burlington 'Burlie' McLauren shows everyone what real strength looks like. 
1 - Souls by the Sea: Held for ransom in a town made of dreams and memories, Burlie McLauren must take down Fisk Iping, the criminal witch that holds her and her family. He thinks a girl without a spark of magic is helpless. He's so painfully wrong. 
2 - Souls by the Sea: Without  
3 - Souls by the Sea: The Glorious Fourth Billions of lives are on the line as an elemental and insane threat targets the world...because of what Burlie McLauren did. What did she do? And how can she fight an Ultimate Power with no magic of her own? With the Earth doomed no matter who wins?  
4 - Souls by the Sea: The Visit COMING SOON 

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