Mystic High ✓

Mystic High ✓

233K Reads 13.7K Votes 59 Part Story
Ivana Keynes By storyweaver95 Completed

Oriane Moore, the new addition to the Diana Mist College, recently discovered that she is a witch. Or more specifically, a so-called 'elemental'. It's changed her life completely.

Aside from the usual hocus pocus, hexes, and talking pets, Oriane, like her fellow classmates, is supposed to have control over at least one of the affinities: Fire. Water. Air. Clay. Energy. 

It's bad enough being the new girl in town, but to make things worse, she hasn't discovered her affinity yet. Which makes her... pretty much human in a school full of the supernatural. 

While she tries to come to terms with her new identity, an imminent threat lurks in the corners of the serenely composed school. 

Life is tough at 'Mystic High'!

Highest Ranking: #7 on Paranormal 'Hot' List
Contains: Implied Student-Teacher Romance, Implied Violence

© Ivana Keynes. All rights reserved. January 2015.

  • adventure
  • demon
  • elemental
  • fantasy
  • fiction
  • gods
  • immortal
  • legend
  • love
  • magic
  • mystery
  • romance
  • school
  • spirit
  • teacher
  • teen
  • vampires
  • werewolf
  • witch
  • youngadult
LostSoulz45 LostSoulz45 Jan 29
Alot of the words don't make sense to me but I know this is going to be a good story. 😁😁😀😀
JannatulFardous JannatulFardous Nov 19, 2017
Please don't mind.But is "magick" spelling correct? Shouldn't it be "Magic".
Soleirolia Soleirolia Jan 01
Whoa! I admire all of the thought and planning that must have gone into this! So much detail! I’m definitely looking forward to reading 😀
EMusiCrush EMusiCrush Dec 24, 2017
I’m do excited .. the thought gone into this tells me this is going to be one hell of a story :D
efemreads efemreads Jul 11, 2016
These are pretty awesome details. What a way to start this story. I'm sooo hooked! 🙌😊
Deekshadreamz Deekshadreamz Apr 20, 2016
It's a little weird reading the glossary before the actual story but it's better to enter with all the knowledge.
                              Imagine reading harry potter without knowing what avada kedavra  means