"…A character-driven romance with a good dose of magic and adventure thrown into the mix …[with] a genuinely involving romance between two charismatic characters. Magic in the Storm is highly recommended for its inventive plot, strong characterization and excellent writing style. … If you’re a fan of paranormal or historical romances, Magic in the Storm is definitely worth checking out; and if you’re not a fan of these genres, it might be worth giving the book a try anyway. It might just convert you…" David Wendt, IndieBookSpot.com
"This book should be put on people's to be read list. It's a fantastic paranormal
read and if you aren’t fan of historical, ignore it for this book please. It was pleasure to read this book, it's a true paranormal romance book... this
book is perfect example of what a paranormal romance should [be]." Booked Up
Destined for power…
Prophecy foretold the coming of one who would be the most powerful of the Vallen, destined to renew their magical energies. Born male, instead of the anticipated female, Morgan Vallentyn is outcast from birth, banished to the forest by his vengeful mother. His magic weakened, and caged by unknown forces, one goal drives Morgan: if he can’t harness his powers by his birthday, another will take his destined place.
Bound by convention…
Adriana Hayden paints with rare passion and vision. But Regency England is no place for such an unconventional woman. Fleeing from a proposed marriage arranged by her domineering guardian, Adriana escapes to the forest and into the arms of a mysterious man with strange powers. A man who unleashes forces she never suspected existed.
A coming storm…
As the summer solstice approaches, the electricity crackling between Morgan and Adrian is only a prelude to the building tempest crackling across the skies. There’s magic in the storm they create together, but to fulfill their destinies, each must find the key to unlock the powers in the other and claim the most powerful magic of all.
Please note that while the first two books in the Storm Series are "sweet", this book is not.