About Prom, Magic, And Other Man-Made Disasters

Before Tessa can confess her feelings to her long-time crush, he beats her to the punch and confesses his love—for her best friend, Maria. Missing the crush of her dreams and her stag wingman for prom, Tessa’s on the prowl to make it a night to remember, and for more than the humiliation. Determined to not be the only dateless girl at the prom in Small Town USA, she asks the new guy. He has all the qualifications of a fun date: polite, mysterious―pulse―but the way Sean talks about magic like it’s real could ruin the illusion. But desperate times call for desperate dates.

To make matters awkward, Maria insists on double-dating for the pre-prom dinner. When a wizard shows up and kidnaps Maria, things go from jealous to deadly before the cummerbunds hit the floor. He’s mistaken Tessa’s friend for a powerful mage whose blood could help him conquer his world, but he’s got the wrong girl. Using the wrong blood wouldn’t make Maria any less dead, and Tessa has no plans to let some whack-job villain from another dimension murder her best friend. Working with Sean, she tracks the wizard to his home, a land filled with strange creatures, stranger customs, and a five-hundred year grudge match between three nations ready to explode into all out war.

Tessa’s starting to think she has a chance against the wizard so long as she has Sean by her side, but his kind words and sweet smile aren’t what they seem. He’s the wizard’s son.

Reviews for Prom, Magic, And Other Man-Made Disasters

This book was a fun read. I enjoyed all the magic and how it was cast.
The MC Tessa gets rejected by the boy she wants to go to prom with. Then she meets a new boy in town named Sean. However Sean isn't your average guy. He's a wizard from a different land. When things get hectic Tessa finds herself in his different land fighting for her life and her friends freedom.
It did get a bit confusing here and there but I got through those parts just fine.
I enjoyed this adventure.
Happy reading!

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This book was very creative and had engaging characters. Grammatically the writing was fine, but at times the plot/pacing got a little jumbled or confused. Like the author was adding too many things at once, in a hurry. It came off a bit like a record that was skipping some things being repeated needlessly and others left out that would have added clarity. For example there were a couple of places that it was clear there was a great deal more, intriguing world building in the author's head that didn't make it to the page.

However, as a whole it [...]

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This book starts out pretty slow, with not much really happening except a bunch of typical teenage angst. But once magic starts to seep into the tale, the pace finally begins to pick up a bit. And once the scene shifts out of our reality, things become even more heated.

There are so many interesting and intriguing characters: from Tessa herself, and her friend Maria, to Sean and Chrys, Tarisk and Karu, Cindy, Quara and Seliana, just to name a few. Many of them seemed to have alternate personalities at times (although the reason why is [...]

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This book starts out pretty slow, with not much really happening except a bunch of typical teenage angst. But once magic starts to seep into the tale, the pace finally begins to pick up a bit. And once the scene shifts out of our reality, things become even more heated.

There are so many interesting and intriguing characters: from Tessa herself, and her friend Maria, to Sean and Chrys, Tarisk and Karu, Cindy, Quara and Seliana, just to name a few. Many of them seemed to have alternate personalities at times (although the reason why is [...]

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