The White Aura Review


Scott Tabors is 20 years old, a college student, and a sorcerer. Sorcerers are known to be able to find their soulmate, and then they will be happy with that person for the rest of their life. Basically, Twilight imprinting. But his specific sorcerer family has been cursed that if they come into direct physical contact with their soulmate before the soulmate is 18, the soulmate will die on their 18th birthday. This will in turn, emotionally destroy the sorcerer as they lose their soulmate. Scott’s soulmate is 17 year old Olivia Whitehead.

Olivia has been having dreams about a sexy man who comes to visit her and makes out with her on occasion. She feels like he is real, but a boy at school has started showing interest in her so she want to focus her attentions on him. However, something is strange about the boy at school.

This story was pretty predictable. It wasn’t exactly like Twilight, but the “love” seemed like imprinting with a side of forbidden love. Olivia was an annoying character for like 80% of the book, but she did get a little better by the end of the book. Since this book is a series, I could give it the benefit of the doubt and say that she was just going to get better over the course of the series, but I highly doubt that she is. I don’t know how the dreams didn’t count as contact for Scott, but apparently it doesn’t. His character isn’t bad, but it isn’t particularly good. The side characters aren’t that great either, so the storyline was just pretty average.

Overall Rating: 2/5

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