Found in Roll by Stephanie B. Whitfield @authorstephaniebwhit
Found in Roll is the third and final part of the Roll trilogy, and it’s a great ending to a fabulous little YA series.
Jo is as spunky as she’s always been, hanging out with her friend Mary, going to school, chatting about boys, and performing her magic. Being a witch isn’t easy, and when a new girl moves to town who also seem able to wield magic, Jo sees her chance to gain her first witch best friend. This new girl also happens to have a super hot brother, which puts a spanner in the works in more ways than one.
But as always, not everything is all roses and sunshine. There is a reason for this new girl’s, Astrid’s, appearance. Dangerous hunters are on their tail, and Jo is dragged into the middle of it, forced to perform the most evil of magic to save those she loves.
Found in Roll is a sweet, fast-paced and clean YA read, but with a bit of romance and plenty of magic. I love the witty inner monologue from Jo and how authentic she feels to the age that she is. This book made me laugh and smile with her, as well as bite my nails when things took a turn for the worse later on.
For anyone in the mood for a clean YA Urban Fantasy, this one is for you!