Indigo Spell

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After winning a date at a bachelors' auction, Tess, a wealthy socialite, is suddenly caught in the middle of a magical fantasy. Jaxon Richards is much more than a sexy contractor who managed to break past her barriers in just one night. He's the man Tess has been waiting for...only he's not just a man, and it takes a trip across the universe to convince her he really is the wizard he claims to be.

Jaxon knows he never should have touched Tess. But the moment he did, he was lost ...

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Overview

After winning a date at a bachelors' auction, Tess, a wealthy socialite, is suddenly caught in the middle of a magical fantasy. Jaxon Richards is much more than a sexy contractor who managed to break past her barriers in just one night. He's the man Tess has been waiting for...only he's not just a man, and it takes a trip across the universe to convince her he really is the wizard he claims to be.

Jaxon knows he never should have touched Tess. But the moment he did, he was lost and living without her is now unfathomable. The way she whispered his name scorched him and when their bodies met, he felt alive for the first time in an unbelievably long time.

Thrown into a whirlwind of desire, Tess is enchanted, surrounded by a dream world where wizards reign and witches strive for supremacy. But most of all she is lost in the magic of Jaxon's sensual spell.

Falling in love is never easy but falling in love with a wizard takes a little magic.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781419963643
  • Publisher: Ellora's Cave Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/3/2011
  • Pages: 382
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.85 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 21, 2012

    Not bad

    Wizards & witches not able to be friends was different...Tess could be whiny, but good story for less than 300 pages.

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