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Spells, the sequel to Aprilynne Pike's #1 New York Times best-selling debut, continues the story of a not-so-ordinary girl named Laurel.

"I can’t just storm in and proclaim my intentions. I cant 'steal' you away. I just have to wait and hope that, someday, you’ll ask," Tamani said.

"And if I don't?" Laurel said, her voice barely above a whisper.

"Then I guess I’ll be waiting forever."

Six months have passed since Laurel saved the gateway to the faerie realm of Avalon. Now she must spend her summer there, honing her skills as a Fall faerie. But her human family and friends are still in mortal danger--and the gateway to Avalon is more compromised than ever.

When it comes time to protect those she loves, will she depend on David, her human boyfriend, for help? Or will she turn to Tamani, the electrifying faerie with whom her connection is undeniable? From HarperTeen.

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Praise for Spells

"Spells is brilliant and lovely. Aprilynne Pike's talent just continues to bloom and I am almost afraid to see how awesome her next book will be."

--Carrie Jones, New York Times best-selling author of Need and Captivate

"Mixing a little bit of Harry Potter and a lot of Twilight . . . Pike has hit on a winning combination. Yet it is her own graceful take on life inside Avalon that adds a shimmering patina sure to enthrall readers."

--Ilene Cooper, Booklist (starred review)

"Pike is developing an enchanting series. Surprises and suspense abound, making Spells harder to put down than Wings. Laurel is blossoming into an intriguing woman. Her conflict of heart won't come as a surprise to others who have been torn between two things they love dearly."

--Raven Haller, Romantic Times (★★★★½, Top Pick)

"[C]lean, fresh prose, never wilting in momentum as some middle volumes do . . . . Among the current cornucopia of supernatural romances . . . this one blooms."

--Kirkus Reviews