Money, beauty, power, and love -- the youngest members of the Magnolia League have it all. Some may call them lucky, but the truth is they're charmed. Armed with spells, potions, and conjures from the powerful Buzzard family, the Magnolias have bought their luck...at a price.
Ensconced in the League's headquarters on Habersham street, golden girl Hayes Anderson would never dream of leaving Savannah, where there's no problem that can't be solved with a cup of Swamp Brew tea. But when danger lurks and family secrets are unearthed, Hayes learns that magic can't fix everything.
Across town at an old mansion on Forsyth Park, recent California transplant Alexandria Lee is on a quest to free her mother's spirit from a hoodoo spell. As dark magic sweeps through Savannah's historic squares and misty backwaters, will Hayes and Alex have the strength to save the people they love -- and themselves?
Katie Crouch's second Magnolia League novel is a beguiling story about family, friendship, and the magical ties that bind.
"For the reader who likes books with magic, intrigue, and romance, this book will be a must-read."
"In the second installment of the Magnolia League series, the stakes are higher, the drama more palpable and the hoodoo even hairier... This creepy, cliffhanging thrill ride will still delight Magnolia League fans and leave them desperate for the next episode."
Katie Crouch was
raised in Charleston, South Carolina. Though trained with her friends as a
debutante, she never actually made it to the ball. She is the author of the
bestselling books Girls in Trucks and
Men and Dogs and has written for the San Francisco Chronicle, Glamour, the Guardian (London), and McSweeney's.
She splits her time between San Francisco, California and Edisto Island, South
Carolina. The Magnolia League was her
young adult debut.
writing can be found in Slate, Strange Horizons,
Lightspeed Magazine and the upcoming 'Mad Scientist's Guide to
World Domination.' He and Katie Crouch went to high school together
and were voted "Wittiest" in their senior yearbook. They
would have preferred 'Most Likely to Succeed'.