Del’s mysterious friend Draka is missing, and she’s in more danger than Del could ever realize. When Del receives a clue about Draka’s location, she sets off to save her. But a simple rescue mission soon turns into a game of cat and mouse that Del doesn’t know how to win. Her enemies are in the shadows, pulling the strings, and it’s all she can do not to fall into their grasp. It will take all of Del’s magic—and all the help she can get from her sisters and Roarke—to save not just her friend’s life, but her own. And the secrets she reveals along the way just might break her.
Magic Revealed had an entirely different feel to it with a lot less globe-trotting for our plucky heroine. It might start in the jungle with Del and Nix hunting for treasure, but pretty soon it's all about Del and her mysterious past. In fact, the bulk of this story takes place in Wales which allows Ms Hall to utilise mythology involving the Fae and their Wild Hunt, but with so much demonic activity in play Del and her Deirfiur are not going to have an easy time ahead!
I love the mixture of paranormal adventure, action, history, and of course a little slice of romance that pulls these books together. Del has become a much richer character in my mind with her slightly superstitious mannerisms and her faith in lucky charms and yet, it's her unflinching bravery that makes her truly shine.
There are pretty unpleasant realisations in Magic Revealed, but Del rises up and gladly embraces all the good in her life. The words "we make our own family" truly resonate here as Del has found her place with Cass and Nix beside her. Oh, don't imagine it's all sunny though as there's a shady plan in motion that puts Del front and centre in the crosshairs, but as she learns to trust Roarke more and more, I'm starting to believe this couple could take on anything be they human, demon, or even family!
A copy of this was provided for me which I have voluntarily read and these comments are my own honest opinion.