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Full Circle (Wicca: Sweep, book 14) by Cate Tiernan – book cover, description, publication history. Mar 19, Hunter, Morgan, and Alisa. Together the three worked to defeat the most unspeakable evil known to witches. Now the danger they face is just. Full Circle is the 14th book in the Sweep series. It is written from both Hunter and Morgan’s points of view. Full Circle was first published on September 30,

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But I do like that they have the kind of relationship where they are supportive of each other one moment and then the next, they can be bickering like an old married couple. Tiernan has written more than 75 books under… More about Cate Tiernan.

It isn Read in Read in Read in I’m actually going to upgrade my old rating from a 3 to a 4. At the woods he saw Patrice basically striping the coven member of there powers and almost killing the coven member. Now the danger they face is just as deadly. Though Hunter stopped her. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here It was brought up at one point, talked about for a few seconds, and then dropped, so I expected there to be another conversation about it, but there wasn’t.

I liked how Morgan and Hunter are looking to the future. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: I feel like Tiernan is stretching here.

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Actual rating – 2. Just ahead of me the greenish light filtering through the trees’ crowns grows brighter: There was romance but there was also darkness and you got to see the perspective of two people, not just one. The Girl with the Broken Heart. There’s an air of lassitude there, a general acceptance of eccentic or flamboyant behavior–the heat simply makes people do crazy things.


As I feel myself falling, my muscles tense and Tiernwn fling out my arms. The second plot point has no real relevance that I can see. Sep 22, Kat Mandu rated it really liked it.

Full Circle (Sweep, #14) by Cate Tiernan

And Alisa is still coping with the knowledge that she is a witch—by blood. All three are witches, and each is in turmoil. Everyone says he should stay a Seeker but he can’t because it’s full of corruption. Morgan is a whiny spoiled protag, and she’s overpowered to make teirnan for the fact fupl she knows literally nothing.

Morgan is probably one of the most infuriating MC’s I’ve ever encountered – she’s worse than a cardboard cutout type, because she’s so intentionally spiteful towards the people around her.

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I read a lot of nonfiction and also have some favorite romance writers. I have formed no attachments to them emotionally because I was never really forced to like them at all. The dreams got a little predictable after Morgan mentioned that she was seeing Cal.

I do know that Morgan accepts being the scourge before she shapeshifts. But to vanquish their new foe, they must first defeat the weaknesses xircle themselves. While I really like this series and I am still very interested to see how everything will turn out in the various story lines, I feel like Morgan and Hunter have not really developed as a couple.

So her reappearance wasn’t really that surprising. This is cae most suburban place I’ve ever lived, and it’s very different from living right in the middle of a city. This is a problem. Aunt Eileen and Paula keep showing up in almost every book, yet all I can tell you is they’re “nice”, and for some reason, despite being grown adults, need a teenager to remind them they could have TWO kids to solve the adoption vs.


Throughout the book they would just change who is in first person. Crushes the life out of Selene.

The air smells faintly of brackish water, algae, and fish. However, I can really relate to Wicca, and I so appreciate its woman-centeredness and its essentially female identity. Morgan has really come into herself and is becoming a stronger character and discovering her own strength.

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Since this is something that much of the series has revolved around I found cahe very dissatisfying that she just brushed over that point in the story. I have completely fallen in love with this series.

Jun 10, Erin rated it it was amazing. I liked a lot of the things in the book but one thing I definitely liked a cste was the mood they set at some points. Selene used Cal’s image to try and destroy Morgan for good. I’m barefoot on a narrow, rocky shore, and the sharp pebbles are biting into the bottoms of my feet.

It had been a dream. Hunter is actually the least obnoxious, possibly even generally likable character for me, so having half the book with him made it easier to get through.