Syn in the City

Syn in the City

Synemancer Series, Book 1

eBook - 2013
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She was born a witch with no powers . . . Cara Augustine came from a long line of powerful witches, so it was a huge disappointment when her family discovered she might as well have been a human. Only her cousins Evika and Sonya, born on the same day as Cara, treat her as an equal. On their twenty-first birthdays, Evika convinces Cara to go to San Francisco to celebrate. To Cara's horror, she awakens the next morning in bed with a handsome-and apparently dead-stranger, and Evika is missing. As Cara searches for her missing cousin, her powers suddenly manifest, spinning her life wildly out of control. She is not just a witch-she is a Synemancer, a witch who can draw energy from other magical beings and weave them into immense energy. And her powers have a mind of their own, drawing supernatural men to her so they can grow in strength. Before she knows what's happening, Cara has bound three men to her-a Nightkind, a Werewolf, and a Wizard. If that isn't enough, deadly, animalistic sub-demons are now trying to kill her, and someone has awakened an ancient Aztec demon-god who wants to bring back the good old days of human sacrifice-and only a Synemancer can stop it. In a race against time, Cara has to learn to juggle her three men, control her power, find her cousin, and stop the Aztec demon. If she doesn't, she'll lose everything and everyone she loves. But if she manages it, the cost will probably be her life . . .
Publisher: [United States] :, BelleBooks :, 2013.
ISBN: 9781610260015
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Alternative Title: hoopla (Digital media service)


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