Always A Witch, by Carolyn McCullough (Harcourt, 2011)

After years of being the only mundane in a clan of witches, Tamsin Greene has discovered her own potent set of Talents, along with a prophecy that puts her at the heart of her family’s destiny. When her enemy, Alistair Knight, journeys back in time, Tamsin follows in order to thwart his plans to change the past. As she goes undercover in the stronghold of a rival family of witches, she tries to avoid their wicked ways while recruiting her own ancestors. Ultimately, Tamsin’s actions in the past will influence generations to come, and decide her own fate. While the tale spans centuries and affects entire families, it wraps up Tamsin’s personal story in a satisfying manner.

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