Autumn Storm (Witchling Series Book 2)

A girl with no memory, hidden in plain sight …

A boy with no hope, spiraling into Darkness …

Only one knows the truth, and only one has the power to save them.

Autumn doesn’t know why she remembers a boarding school she’s never visited, or why her reflection is sometimes that of a ghost named Summer. She struggles to recover her memories and understand the warnings conveyed through her magick. Caught between the Turner twins, she isn’t certain who to trust: Decker, the mysterious Master of Dark, who makes her heart catch, or Beck, the cautious Master of Light, whose touch soothes her pain.

Unable to recover from Summer’s death, Decker slowly surrenders to the Dark. The guilt he feels when he falls for Autumn – and betrays Summer’s memory – drives him farther from the Light, until he completely loses control and takes the souls of Light witchlings.

As the protector of Light, Beck is caught between his allegiance to his twin and his vow to protect new witchlings. He must keep the Darkness from consuming his brother, for if Decker fails, he’ll take down the only person who has a chance of saving them all.

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Real-time Reviews

Autumn storm (switching series book 2)
By jojo (5.0 out of 5 stars) on July 18, 2014
Love,love these series!

Three Stars
By Marissa A. Martini (3.0 out of 5 stars) on March 21, 2016
Written for teenagers

Not quite a repeat
By Amy McK (3.0 out of 5 stars) on October 22, 2016
I was worried that this story was going to be a repeat of the first one given that Summer was turned into Autumn. A little bit of it was, which you'd have to expect, but it wasn't a repeat of everything. The story is good. Overall, there are elemental magick users in the modern world that practice either dark or light laws. There's a struggle for balance, and balance between these two forces must be kept or evil very well could take over the world. Due tot he ordeal of what happened to Summer over the summer, Decker is battling more than just the call to let the Darkness overtake him. Autumn, who is Summer, is drawn to the troubled and dark Decker, and also has to keep her own head above water while she completes her second trial out of the darkness herself.It really is a good story.Here's what kept it from getting 4 stars: Inconsistencies with titles from first book to second book. In the first book, Decker's title was Master of the Fire and Night, whereas it was Master of the Dark in Autumn Storm. Things happen in the final scene where someone, who isn't even introduced says something, and then is gone and there isn't any other reference to him. I.G. "It was just Autumn, Alexa, and Dawn in the clearing. Dawn asks Alexa 'Where should we go?' 'Depends on what direction you want to go,' says the guy." <-- that is exactly how it is. Who is that person? Where did they come from? Why were they there? Where did they go? Those questions are never answered. There are a lot of sentences that aren't finished, or different names are used when someone else's should have been. And then what made it hard to read is there is a character who speaks telepathically and there are no quotation marks for him. What does Lizzy Ford have against italics? They're a wonderful tool to stress telepathic messages or thought. Once more, it felt like you were reading a first draft of a story.This is what tends to make me mad as a reader. I read a book nearly every day. I expect certain things from every book just like someone would expect from any other item that they purchased. I want consistencies, editing, and the best form of the story you can put out. That is not too much to ask from any author. I suppose it really irritated me this time around because I enjoyed the story, yet the execution of it left me feeling ripped off.

I'm hooked.
By facesaver (5.0 out of 5 stars) on August 10, 2016
I'm hooked on trilogy. Very well done.

Five Stars
By Tracy (5.0 out of 5 stars) on March 21, 2016
Loved it and can't wait to read more.

By Amazon Customer (3.0 out of 5 stars) on August 22, 2015
I had to stop the series here. The amount of editing errors are distracting. There are two places in the book in where it seems the author has just left the notes in. I expect this and forgive it easy when I am not paying for the book. If you are going to sell the book. Edit it.

Four Stars
By erin (4.0 out of 5 stars) on July 1, 2015
Awesome book.

Great story
By Amazon Customer (4.0 out of 5 stars) on June 9, 2015
Chapter 21 brings tears to my eyes no matter how many times I read it. How strong Autumn is the story.

Another great series
By Michelle K. (5.0 out of 5 stars) on May 20, 2015
Another great read in this series. Lizzy Ford does not disappoint.