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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I have formed no attachments to them emotionally because I was never really forced to like them at tiernaj. In one of her final dreams she is in a meadow walking with Cal and she realizes that her feet are cold and that she is o The page novel, Full Circle, by Cate Tiernan is a book about a girl Morgan Rowlands that just recently found out that she was a blood witch and is still learning her true powers.

Want to Read saving…. Gilmour Invested Ivana J. I get ever crcle to that elusive, irresistible vibration, the vibration of a blood witch pulling power out of air.

Full Circle (Sweep, #14) by Cate Tiernan

Also, I feel that this is the book where Morgan and Hunter’s feelings really blossom for one another. One last book before the ending, but this was a good end to Morgan’s teenage years.

I have to find my way cirfle.

Open Preview See a Problem? I loved how I got to see the interlinking details between Morgan and Hunter, but the ending Wild-eyed, I jerk to a sitting position, not able to make sense of what I am seeing. Oct 24, Linda rated it it was amazing. At the same time, Morgan is offered an opportunity she cannot pass up. I like it when he admits how much he cares without even meaning to. Read in Read in Read in I’m actually going to upgrade my old rating from a tiernam to a 4.


The running water care effect. My least favorite of the series. However apart from this ending with Morgan I feel closer to Hunter.

Those fears ended up being unfounded as this book really was well written. Anything to get off this rocky shore, where I feel so vulnerable, so alone.

Hunter and his dad are super happy they’ve crafted a spell that could easily be used against someone for bad reason It really felt like the author was just dragging things out here – bringing back dead characters, introducing new ones 14 books in and expecting the reader to connect with them.

Hunter feels stifled by the small town world of Widow’s Vale. It is interesting that the narrative is shared by a couple as it gives additional insight into the romance angle, but also Morgan and Hunter are beginning to formulate their future plans which gives the book a sense of movement.

You are commenting using your WordPress. I thought it was great. It’s a very beautiful city, and the constant heat and humidity make gardens grow out of control.

She’s come to terms with her heritage and learnt to balance the magickal aspects of her life with the mundane. In this the second to the last book in the series Morgan begins having strange and vivid dreams about a hawk with flaming wings and Cal.


It’s like she has run out of ideas and now is trying to make more books because fans tiernah continue reading no matter what she writes about. Together, the three worked together to defeat the most unspeakable evil known to witches. All in the span of a year she’s discovered that she’s a witch, that her first love’s mother was trying to kill her, that her mother was murdered by her father, as well as having to stop all of the people who wanted her dead or worse.

More than the constant low hum of energy that most blood witches pick up on cxte then ignore as background noise.

Please try again later. I hope to find the answers in Night’s Child. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J.

Full Circle

The book is very open about a lot of different issues such as homosexuality, teenage sex, witchcraft, friendship, and religion. Oct 02, Jennifer Girard rated it liked it Shelves: I greatly admire P. I have always enjoyed Hunter’s smart, comical view of things and I highly enjoyed his little spy game.

There are a lot of strong women here, and I find them inspiring.

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