Moonlight & Magic Series: Volume 1 [NOOK Book]

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This book contains the following novellas in the Moonlight & Magic series: "Moonlight & Magic", "Sunlight & Slavery", "Deception & Desire", and "Pixies & Passion" (A free story). If you already own these books, please do not purchase this title. The first four books in the Moonlight & Magic series now bundled together for one great price!

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"Moonlight & Magic" - Moonlight and Magic isn't your average club...

Proudly marketing itself as a paranormal ...

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Moonlight & Magic Series: Volume 1

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Overview

This book contains the following novellas in the Moonlight & Magic series: "Moonlight & Magic", "Sunlight & Slavery", "Deception & Desire", and "Pixies & Passion" (A free story). If you already own these books, please do not purchase this title. The first four books in the Moonlight & Magic series now bundled together for one great price!

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"Moonlight & Magic" - Moonlight and Magic isn't your average club...

Proudly marketing itself as a paranormal club it boasts demon waiters and shifters as dancers, but none of these are as exotic as twins Daelas and Jaren, the club's Incubus owners.

Part fae Sage is looking for a demon. Not just any demon though, she wants a sex demon. But she's in for a disappointment, easily seeing through the glamour cast over the mainly mortal waiters. Then Daelas makes an appearance, deciding as soon as he lays eyes on her that she's his.

However the twins share everything, even their women. If one demon lover blows her mind, how's Sage going to cope with both?

"Sunlight & Slavery" - Gargoyles guard things. Fact of life...

Knuckles, head doorman of Moonlight & Magic, leads a simple life. People cause trouble, he talks to them. People continue to cause trouble and he proves how squishable most races are compared to a creature hewn out of stone. Knuckles doesn't do gentle.

Until he rescues Neri, a fragile human woman, quite literally from a fate worse than death. Can a Gargoyle fall in love? Can a human woman make the leap of faith required to accept him for what he is?

"Deception & Desire" - Being a demon prince ain’t all it’s cracked up to be.

Caught between the human world and the demon one, Tiny, part time bouncer at Moonlight & Magic, lives by his own rules. Mainly these rules revolve around keeping his head down and making sure none of his kind find out where he is… because Tiny’s on the demon most wanted list. Not because he’s done anything but because of who he is.

Prince Seren Di Lakai Telosa to be exact, heir apparent to the Demon throne. And a hunted man. If his father’s men find him, he’ll be dragged back to court to die of boredom. For the last three hundred years they’ve been grooming him to take over from dear old daddy. The only trouble is – the stubborn old git could last at least another millennia.

So what’s a Demon Prince to do? Get a job at Moonlight & Magic of course and keep his head down. Unfortunately Tiny was never good at avoiding trouble and when delicate Vampiress Cassia storms into his life, Tiny finds himself tempted to break more than his personal rules…

Demonkind and the undead don’t mix well, or rather, they mix too well, with explosive results.

"Pixies & Passion" - Conned by his workmates, Cy finds himself on the auction block as a date in aid of a local charity. Anticipating a dull evening with a bored housewife he's struck dumb when Teresa opens the door in downtown suburbia. Curvy and gorgeous, she's got a figure which makes his mouth water.

Thing is...can she handle a bad boy looking for the most important thing in life: Love and family?

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940016570310
  • Publisher: Blue Hedgehog Press
  • Publication date: 6/28/2013
  • Sold by: Draft2Digital
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 65,191
  • File size: 2 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 11, 2014

    Wish there was more

    They have very abrupt ends. I really wish that there was more to the stories. I liked her style just not the fact that all were less than 120 pages....

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