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Publisher Description

Winner of the EPIC ebook award for Fantasy Romance!

Breaking denial’s spell takes more than magic

Cayden Sinclair: BBW—big, beautiful witch—struggling to control her power and become worthy of her legacy. 

Clint MacAllen: Blinded by ambition and desperate to save his failing construction company;  he’s not expecting to find redemption wrapped in goth and toting a truckload of crazy.

J Milton: Mega-developer with plans for the Crossing.

Buchanan’s Crossing: One of the last magical strongholds on earth. Each has everything to lose. All will stop at nothing to win.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2015
March 2
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
409
Pages
PUBLISHER
Rhea Rhodan
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
455.5
KB

Customer Reviews

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An AWESOME fantasy romance with a little bit of everything!

An AWESOME fantasy romance with a little bit of everything!

I absolutely loved this story! It was incredibly well-written, and there was never a lag or a dull moment. I was so eager to find out what happened in the end that, had I not paced myself, I would have finished the book in two sittings!

Cayden was so fun to read! She is a modern-day witch with some serious self-doubt and a very unique mission to find the Keeper. Oh, and "Join" with him in the secluded glen of Buchanan's Crossing (your inference is 100% correct on what "Join" means!) The circumstances leading up and subsequent to Cayden actually finding the Keeper made for such a fantastic story.

Clint is probably the last person who would believe in magic, which makes him a perfect contrast to Cayden. His skepticism made for some pretty interesting occurrences throughout the book. That and the run-ins with his nemesis, Nevermore, gave me some good chuckles.

And HOLY HOTNESS, were there some steamy scenes in this book!

All in all, I loved the "epic quest"-type feeling I got from this book and the story itself was phenomenal. It kind of makes you stop and think that maybe, just maybe, magic could be everywhere!

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