Destiny and her twin sister, Fate, sell love in a bottle. Teenagers are desperate for their love potions and they make a killing off of their classmates.
Which they spend on shoes.
But then warlocks attack their school, hoping to steal their magic, and Destiny and Fate are launched onto the path the stars have chosen for them. Only through the strength of their bond, all of Fate’s light and all of Destiny’s darkness, will they be able to survive this.
Quin, the super-rude son of a witch, needs Destiny’s help to save his mother. He doesn’t like her, either—at first. But he soon realizes that Destiny is everything he never knew he wanted. The only problem is that Destiny doesn’t believe in love. If it can be sold in a bottle, it can’t be a real thing, right?
If they survive this, Quin is going to prove her wrong.
Unfortunately, getting to Atlantis from Ireland isn’t easy, and there are evil minions determined to keep her away every time she turns around. But fighting for their lives teaches Seven one very important lesson—she isn’t human, and she isn’t a banshee. She has to be both if she wants to save her brother and make it back home alive.