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Book Tour: The Younglings Fire and Magic by Helena M Craggs| @h_craggs@lovebookstours@igbooktours #booktwt #booktour

Howdy booklovers! How’s it going? Today is my stop on the tour for The Younglings! Thank you to Kelly of Love Books Tours for having me!


Protecting innocents in the mortal world is not a job to be taken lightly, and life for the Keepers is spiralling back to Crazyville. The Supernatural Council has their back, but it’s chaos out there.

Stranded spirits, rogue vampires and demons are bad enough, and now merciless witch hunters are stalking Millie.

Eve’s angelic blood is like a siren call—one a tenacious vampire tracker cannot ignore.

Are things for the Keepers about to turn messy?

It’s hard to know who’s the good guy and who’s the enemy.

Monsters don’t always have claws or fangs, and they’re not always in the shadows. Sometimes they hide in plain sight.

Can the Keepers protect their own?

*Fire & Magic is the second book in The Younglings series. We see the teenagers go through trials and tribulations, but ultimately, we witness their personal growth in handling relationships, both good and bad. The Younglings are becoming adults any parent would be proud of.*




And here we are, Helena Craggs has done it again! A wonderfully woven tale of magic and intrigue that captivates it’s audience from the get go and has you hanging on every word.

With a fantastic blend of the trials and tribulations of real life, coming of age and the fantasy elements leaves you with a well rounded and well thought out story. This is a series that will stimulate your imagination whilst worming it’s way into your heart. The characters are likeable, the plot is unique and well executed and now I want more!

About the Author

Helena lives with her husband, three cats, chickens and two dogs in the beautiful hills of Yorkshire. She’s a sucker for crystals, Reiki and angels, and she’s a tad obsessed with witchcraft too.

Always an avid reader, she loves snuggling down with a good book and visiting faraway lands. But out of everything she reads, she has a weakness for the freedom that fantasy offers.

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