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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Author and journalist Camilla Chafer writes for newspapers, magazines and websites throughout the world. She is also the. Illicit Magic: Book 1, Stella Mayweather Series (Volume 1) [Camilla Chafer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. More than three hundred. Illicit Magic (Stella Mayweather, book 1) by Camilla Chafer – book cover, description, publication history.

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The rest of the characters are so much fun to get to know.

In the meantime, very little happens. As she never ignores her instincts, she is very alert.

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This family has a son, he kisses her. Laugh or Death Lexi Graves Mysteries, 6. So, my non-American friends, do you find that many of our books sound American? I read this book in one sitting! She didn’t have any friends because people noticed that she was different, and they were scared of her. This book is a really good start for a series. She ended up in foster care at the age of 5, can remember very little of her life before then, and has also had to live with unexplainable occurrences which have in the past had people labelling her a witch.

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Open Preview See a Problem? More than three hundred years after the most terrifying witch hunts the world has ever known, it’s happening again. As things begin to unfold, Stella is saved and sent to America for protection and to learn about her true roots. Chaefr characters seemed younger than they were described as, and a lot of things made this a hard book to get through.


The ending – though unfair I know she needed to feel connecter but snif – really made me wish I had magix second book in my hands right NOW! It isn’t one of those annoying kind of narration but the kind thats actually chaafer captivating and really makes you listen to what the protagonist has to say as she tells you her story.

His character was very nice though and he had a lot of drama in his life. All she knows is that “things” seem to happen when she’s around. Books by Camilla Chafer. She doesn’t put on the lights, tiptoes around the flat, and then puts on the TV! However, not all is as it seems and Stella must learn who to trust and how to survive.

Sadly it all derailed like a damn train wreck. Rocks fall, everybody dies. Dead to the World. Stella is a strong girl, she has learnt to take care cqmilla herself and, despite the fact that she never had a friend is a very nice and easygoing person. They are very rich people, leaders of the Council of Witches.

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The repeated attempts on her life are jarring, yet she’s willing to show everyone that she’s more than what they think of her. There was romance in the story but this is not a romance it is clearly the foundation for an UF series. Since Stella doesn’t have a lot of options available to her–no money, no apartment, nothing but the clothes on her back and a small bag–she decides to go along with Etoile and see what they can teach her about herself and her magic.


When we find out who the evil perpetrator is at the climax, the character is over-the-top crazy. In the end though it was another cliche filled book with a heroine who is an idiot, secondary characters who never get more than a passing glimpse of a personality, and a predictable plot that failed to answer any real questions and never addressed the plot from the beginning of the book.

Seeking refuge in her apartment, after a shocking manifestation of her Shimmering power, Stella is whisked away to USA by Etoile, a fellow witch sent by the Witch Council to save her. With no other option but to accept the new life she’s been given, Stella immerses herself in learning all she needs to know.

The ending was so hard! I quite liked this book. It was both original, in its execution, and compelling. And the news reports are filled with stories of women around Europe and then in England are getting taken and put into bonfires, burned to death as witches.