Blazing Magic by Ingrid Seymour
He’s forged from fire, and his lies burn. I’m taking a break from college to help Grandpa run his nursery business. I’m all he’s got, and he desperately needs my help. But when he unexpectedly dies, leaving behind an ancient relic as my inheritance, I’m not ready to accept that all the stories he once told me are real. Creatures forged from fire don’t exist, and the irresistible man that just appeared out of nowhere at my doorstep is not here to grant me three wishes. No, he’s here to deceive, so he can break the century-old curse that keeps him prisoner. But Grandpa warned me all about his treacherous tricks, and his enthralling seduction won’t work on me. No matter how sexy he is. He is my slave, and he will do what I say. Except there’s something I didn’t count on. His enemies are as ancient and determined as he is, and they want to kill me and send him back to his agonizing prison. Now, I must work with him to stay alive, while I also try to avoid getting caught in the web of lies he’s weaving around me. A breathtaking paranormal romance series by USA Today best-selling author Ingrid Seymour. Electrifying magic, a slow-burn romance, and thrilling adventures. For fans of Twilight and star-crossed lovers. ** The trilogy is complete—3 full-length novels of 80,000+ words each
Book Length: Long Novel - 320-650 PagesIn general words, the paranormal literary fiction genre comprises beings and happenings beyond the world of normal scientific comprehension of the natural world. Novels in the fiction genre are all put in the actual world. However, they comprise experiences that defy scientific explanation. For instance, stories put on earth contain angels, demons, witches, psychics, witches, etc. If you love to read some books with ghosts and angels, you must add this category to your reading list. Many books available in the market come under the Paranormal Genre, and you can buy them online or offline.
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