Spells and Sorcery is the first YA fantasy from S. Usher Evans, author of the Razia series, the Madion War Trilogy and Empath.
For fans of Harry Potter, The Young Elites, Young Adult Fantasy, Magic, Wizards, Witches, Magical Schools, Coming of Age
In Part I, eighteen-year-old Gavon McKinnon has lived his entire life in the shadow of his fellow Warrior, Cyrus. Even his own mother, the formidable Guildmaster Alexandra, treats him like the spare he is. Until one day, Gavon makes a tear between the only world he's ever known and a brand new one--and finds himself in 1989 Salem where he comes across a very pretty, and very reckless girl named Mora Carrigan.
And in Part II, twelve years have passed since Gavon arrived in Salem and Gavon and Mora are parents to a couple of precocious toddlers. But not everyone is happy that two magical children exist outside the strict Danvers Accords. And when Mora becomes pregnant with a third--this time a Warrior--Gavon begins to feel the pressure of balancing life in two worlds.
The story concludes with a present-day epilogue that sets the stage for Book 4, Illusion and Indemnity, the final book in the Lexie Carrigan Chronicles.
But as Lexie navigates her new world, she begins to question what old enemies are up to--and whether Gavon is being entirely truthful about them. And when an unexpected visitor shows up, she's sure that if she's not already involved, she's going to get sucked into it soon enough. Just as long as her non-magical roommate doesn't find out.