When 17-year-old, Dezaray Storm drunkenly stumbles across a portal one night, her abused and broken life begins to change, mainly because she starts living someone else’s life.
Having traded places with the most powerful sorceress of the mystical realm of Coldivor, Dezaray has no choice but to assume the sorceress’ identity and try to convince everyone that she’s the real deal.
Aside from a few minor hiccups along the way, like the fact that Dezaray is not magical nor does she know even the simplest cards trick; she soon finds herself settling in. Particularly in the arms of Milo; a blue-eyed jokester with the ability to teleport.
However, it doesn’t take long for Dezaray to realise that life on the other side is far from glitz and glamour and that creatures unimaginable are hunting her. A war is brewing between the seven empires of the mystical world of Coldivor and those that long to take over. Dezaray’s enchanted double is their only hope; their secret weapon, set to be unleashed on her eighteenth birthday when she is gifted the powers of her forefathers.
But for the enchantress to return, Dezaray has to leave, and the thought of going back to Islon fills Dezaray with dread, for more reasons than one. Torn between a reality she can’t stand and a fantasy she can’t keep, Dezaray is struggling to see how any choice she makes will lead to a happy ending.
At Water’s Edge is a best-selling, young adult, epic fantasy tale of magic, parallel worlds, young love and war.
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S. McPherson is a young British expat living in Dubai and working as a kindergarten teacher. When she is not at work immersed in a world of imagination and fantasy created by the children, she is immersed in her own worlds of imagination and fantasy at home, dreaming up tales and writing them down.
When S. McPherson is not writing, she can be found dancing and singing around the house, usually to the latest song that’s gotten stuck in her head (right now that’s Shape of You by Ed Sheeran), or reading a deliciously delightful YA fantasy. Her TBR is hideously extensive.
At Water’s Edge was recently number 5 on the Amazon bestsellers list and one can only imagine the dancing that went on to celebrate! She calls it her “Happy Dance”.