Scarlett by Rachel Morgan



review Sometimes I am not a huge fan of spinoff novellas for supporting characters in a series. They just aren't enough for me to fall in love. This novella was the exact OPPOSITE. I felt like This novels gives you the entire story you need to know about Scarlett and really changes all you thought you knew. It had me pondering my feeling for her and I LOVED that! Scarlett isn't everyone favorite. Her role in the books isn't one we fell for, and she doesn't have a huge fan following like some of the other characters. She just may now. My heart hurt for her in this novel. All she wanted was to control who she was and all anyone ever did was use her. It was heart breaking. I can see why certain decisions were made and it truly opens your eyes. You never know the whole story of why someone is the way they are, but the novel gives you a big part of Scarlett. I can totally see why this novel had to be written. Maybe out of all of the supporting characters you needed this one. We needed to know why she made the decision she made and how she became who she was. It was eye opening for sure. I may even say I ma a fan now. I know. Shocker.. You need to read this though. If you re a fan of the Creepy Hollow series then you will LOVE this novella. LOVE IT.synopsis Deadly power. Stunning beauty. She will not be controlled. Sixteen-year-old Beth’s ordinary life is shattered the night her dormant magic awakens and she almost kills her boyfriend. Horrified at what she’s done, she flees into the fae realm to find the siren mother who disowned her a decade ago. When it turns out her power cannot be controlled, she is once again cast out from the siren community. Alone and afraid, Beth winds up in the Dark North where she’s rescued by a group of witches. They offer to help her gain control of her deadly magic—but at what price? Scarlett is a companion story to the bestselling YA fantasy Creepy Hollow series. follow