Senior year is over, and Stacey and her friends have rented a beach cabin for the summer. It’s supposed to be a vacation, but the nightmares start all over again, this time about a stranger, a girl who then shows up on their doorstep.
I messed up. For some reason I thought Red is for Remembrance was the third book in the series, and I picked that one up almost the moment I finished White is for Magic. I read one line of the back cover, and it majorly spoiled the ending of this book for me! So disappointing! So I went in knowing at least part of what was going to happen at the end. However, I only knew half, and even knowing only half, I found this book to be very predictable. I knew almost immediately who to suspect. Not that it was a bad thing – I actually enjoyed the book a lot, wondering how it would all get revealed – but it wasn’t a big mystery like the other books. Still, I’m absolutely in love with this series! It is so much fun, and I love learning about all the different aspects of witchcraft. I honestly couldn’t tell you if they are true or made up, but they feel authentic to me. I don’t know for sure, but I think Stolarz really did her research here and that makes me very happy.