The Wand (The Madigan Chronicles Book 3) by Marieke Lexmond
As “The Wand” begins, Ceri has a hard time finding the balance as the Keeper of the Land in Fairy and being human – alienating her daughter, who finds a dangerous friend in Mab, the Queen of Fairy.
In the meantime, Maeve must face up to her teenage trauma and wrestles with accepting her true self. Bridget does her best to help her twin, and make up for some of the pain she had caused by leaving her behind all those years ago. At the same time, she is forced to take on a responsibility she never wanted and upsets the entire family in the process.
Homeless, Lucy has no other option than to ask her estranged son, Set, to take her in – not realizing she’s playing right into the hand of Set’s demon father. He has been waiting for this day for a long time.
Lucy’s grandson Cal is confronted with his disposable position in his family. Disappointed and encouraged by Seamus, whose magical tarot card he still has in his possession, he embarks on a trip of magical self-discovery.