Dexter has tea with his cousin and she explains magic society in more detail and asks him for a favour.
The Southern Magicks
Dexter was trained in the magical art of Mediumship by his Gran who gave him an appreciation for the danger posed to those with rare magical abilities. Assuming that his friends and family are normal non-magical humans Dexter works to keep his secret from them. After a demon attack, he discovers that his home town Dunn is the centre of a large and prosperous magical community. A community many have his closest family and friends have been part of his entire life. Now his secret is out in open Dexter must work for the magical law enforcement agency run by his family.
Dexter sits Gran down and has a long conversation aiming to get the truth about their shared ability. Aiming to create a plan for the future.
Dexter deals with the consequences of leaving the house with his injury. Eli has a heart to heart conversation with him in an unexpected place.
Dexter is seeking truth in the aftermath of his accident. Only for the people, he should trust the most to spin him more lies. How is this his mess?
What awaits a naive, young medium when he walks into a foul-smelling house.
Dexter meets Jonah and is given an offer he could regret accepting. Will he discover who is behind the strange business card?
Dexter’s punishment wasn’t as easy or boring as he expected. Is this the worst day he will face? Will the aftermath be harder then the battle?
Dexter’s ability to see ghosts finally impacts his job as a new task brings him into people’s homes, posing a danger to his life.
Dexter discovers a new side of the town he grew up in and the people he thought he knew. Can Dexter keep his ability to see ghosts a secret?