The story begins with her and her dad, moving from the south to live with an eccentric rich old lady, Ana. Her dad is there under the pretense of being the live in handy man, but Ana has secret motives and wants Callista by her side.
The motives aren't at all bad, but I wont spoil the story by going into detail.
Callista discovers she is a witch, and begins to realize that everything she has been able to do, doesn't make her strange or weird. She is simply a magical being.
Shortly after arriving at her new home, she meets the completely swoon-worthy and hunky, Nicholas. Callista feels an incredibly strong attraction to him, but he disappears for awhile.
She starts school, makes two very nice friends and discovers what life can be like, as opposed to what it was.
This series is very different from the demon one, in the sense that this is very lighthearted and no where near as dark, but i found it to be equally addictive and just as wonderful!
Can't wait to read the next book in the series to find out what happens with Callista, Nicholas and the rest of the gang.
To find out more about Penelope King and her other books, check out my other reviews.