Stronger Than Magic - Melinda VanLone

Stronger Than Magic

By Melinda VanLone

  • Release Date: 2012-12-11
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
From 40 Ratings


Tarian Xannon fights demons like the rest of us. 
This time, the demon just happens to be real.

Tarian Xannon stands to inherit the water artifact, one of four elemental objects that grants the user enormous power and responsibility. With it she’ll lead the secret magical Society, hiding in plain sight in the modern world. 
But when Tarian is blindsided by a demon-like creature who steals her blood, it launches a chain of events that marks the beginning of change for her family and the world. 
As Tarian struggles to contain the chaos, her world unravels. Each step she takes makes things worse. In her quest to save her family, she might end up destroying the things she tries so desperately to protect.
Stronger Than Magic is the first book in the House of Xannon elemental magic series. If you like urban fantasy featuring strong women using magic, skill, and courage to save the world one catastrophe at a time, you’ll love the House of Xannon.


  • Really enjoyed it!

    By Kambei70
    Once I started reading it, I had to keep going. Interesting and unique. Ready to find book 2.
  • Could not wait

    By Calipr2
    Until I had time to continue reading.
  • Promise Of Magic

    Have really enjoyed the first three books in this series. Will continue reading the rest.
  • Stronger than magic

    By Firespiritinireland
    I enjoyed this book - lots of fresh ideas. I will read the next in this series.
  • Pure Magic

    By bmoreme
    This book The House of Xannon, Stronger Than Magic is superb! It kept me engrossed from the first paragraph. Found it really hard to put down!! Very well written and can't wait to read more of the books on the House of Xannon!!
  • Awesome

    By Prb694
    Could not put it down.. definitely spellbinding. Loved it.
  • Stronger than Magic

    By Caught Dead in Wyoming
    Very nice book. Well written and keeps you wanting to turn the pages. Since I have an affinity for water and dolphins, it struck a chord with me. Thoroughly enjoyed this book.