Autumn Tricksters
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Autumn Tricksters by Kayla Wren


The circus can be deadly. It’s smoke and mirrors; misfits and flames.
It’s the place where tricksters come to play.

They sent me away with a broken wrist and a broken heart.
Now I’m back, with fire burning in my veins.

I live for the pounding drum beats, for the savagery and applause.

The circus calls to my soul; three men more than anyone else.

The ringmaster, the acrobat, and the fire-eater.
My boss, my ex’s brother, and the thief in the shadows.

I don’t trust them for a second, but I’ll play their wicked games.

Autumn Tricksters is the second book in the Year of the Harem series. It is a standalone reverse harem novel, and contains explicit language, high heat and m/m content.

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