I just Love this woman (Alex Flinn), her books can make you feel anything. Sad, happy, frustrated,and even angry.
Personally I liked Kendra’s story and how she discovered herself being a witch. And how she “helped” other people with her powers.
I think in the end Kendra helped everyone. If it wasn’t for her, Luis would have never manned up, Doria would have never found the love of her life and wouldn’t had seen “Angels”, and Emma would have never moved on.
There are a few story lines and due to Kendra being an old witch these stories , her story of helping people intertwine with history. All the back stories were brief but delightful and well organized as to not get mixed up on which story is which.
Emma and Lisette’s story is the longest and more detailed. It starts when Emma is thirteen and her rich father or “step father” who loved her very much tells her he has another daughter,who has to live with them now. Emma’s mother doesn’t want this girl, Lisette, to come into their life and ruin everything. Either way Emma doesn’t know what to feel at having this other daughter come into her dads life. She tries to become sister with this girl but soon finds out that this Cinderella story is all twisted.