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Ordinary Charm
     

Ordinary Charm

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by Anya Bast
 
Please Note: This novella is an updated re-issue of a title once published with Ellora's Cave. It has been revised and given a new cover.

Serena believes herself to be pretty ordinary. She's a size 14, wears glasses, and has a geeky streak. The only thing that isn't ordinary about Serena is that she's an OtherKin witch.

Cole is anything but ordinary

Overview

Please Note: This novella is an updated re-issue of a title once published with Ellora's Cave. It has been revised and given a new cover.

Serena believes herself to be pretty ordinary. She's a size 14, wears glasses, and has a geeky streak. The only thing that isn't ordinary about Serena is that she's an OtherKin witch.

Cole is anything but ordinary. He's the physical vessel for an ancient pagan god called Cernunnos. When a coven of witches call that old, powerful energy forth to inhabit Cole's body, chaos ensues. Cole discovers he's an OtherKin mage with powerful magicks at his command. He also loses his memory. But even though he can't remember his family, what he does for a living, or his last name, he knows one thing—Serena, the witch tasked with keeping him, is his. He wants to declare that possession in every way.

Serena can't believe this gorgeous piece of male magehood wants her. Yet Cole stalks her, seduces her, and generally upsets her previously safe little world. She vows to enjoy every last second of their erotic interlude while she can. But there's another force upsetting the world. His name is Ashmodai and he's a playful, sadistic demon. That's not an especially good combination.
Ashmodai is the reason Cernunnos has been called forth.

And Ashmodai is planning to take Cole and Serena through hell and back before he's through.

"Anya Bast's Ordinary Charm is an outstanding book that held me enthralled from beginning to end. … To say that the sex between Serena and Cole is hot is a gross understatement...it was ATOMIC." -- Fallen Angel Reviews

"With a generous measure of steamy romance and a heroine of realistic proportions Ordinary Charm is a compelling and wonderfully paced story of timeless and tireless love.” – Historical Romance Club

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015409239
Publisher:
Anya Bast
Publication date:
09/07/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
315,728
File size:
429 KB

Meet the Author

Anya Bast is the New York Times bestselling author of the Elemental Witches and Dark Magick series, as well as the award-winning author of numerous other works of romantic fiction. She lives in the country with her husband, daughter, eight cats, a dog, and an odd assortment of rescued animals.

She grew up in Minnesota and still favors the colder climates. After high school she moved to the southeast United States where she attended college. While in graduate school she sold her first book and decide to pursue her lifelong dream of writing instead of a career in psychology.

Somewhat reclusive by nature, she can be drawn out with a good bottle of red wine, classic movies, or good music. When she’s not writing, she can be found trying to grow organic vegetables, shopping in thrift stores for that perfect piece of clothing, or dreaming about travel to some faraway country.

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Ordinary Charm 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a pretty good love story. While it was very steamy, i dont consider sex between 2 people who love each other to be erotic. I didnt like some of coles dialog when he was explaining to serena how he liked his "women". It sounded like he was lumping her in with the rest of the women he had. But i very much liked the way the story ended and the fact that there were no love triangles. I absolutely hate threesomes and love triangles. Not for under 18 or anyone else who is opposed to explicit sex. Phyl p
Anonymous More than 1 year ago