How to Steal a Kingdom: A Magic Portal into a Fantasy Romance

How to Steal a Kingdom: A Magic Portal into a Fantasy Romance

by Lydia Guleva
How to Steal a Kingdom: A Magic Portal into a Fantasy Romance

How to Steal a Kingdom: A Magic Portal into a Fantasy Romance

by Lydia Guleva

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Overview

Every sorceress needs a sniper to miss her.

Malisana has her work cut out for her. Raise two kids on her own. Have her house burned by crazed elves. Escape a swarm of ravenous fairies.

Getting saved by otherworlders finally gives Malisana the break she needed. Being a refugee isn't that bad when she can get enough food and have the castle walls to protect her from the fairies. Even better, a handsome otherworlder invites her to go to his world.

Ron, the charming Police Officer and a former Marine Scout Sniper from a parallel dimension, will give Malisana and her kids anything. A new house. A puppy. A kitten. Most importantly, ice cream and bacon.

As life finally settles, reality comes knocking. Otherworlders have enemies, and those enemies want their castle back.

How to Steal a Kingdom is a multicultural, WWBM diverse paranormal romantic comedy with a strong female lead who is used to relying on herself and a handsome former Marine Scout Sniper who became a police officer.

Content warning: The author is insane.


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BN ID: 2940162218852
Publisher: Lydia Guleva
Publication date: 06/01/2021
Series: Doctors Without Boundaries , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 332 KB

About the Author

My life is a crossbreed of a disaster documentary and a thriller. I moved a lot and often until I finally settled in my sixth country. Things eventually calmed down… sort of. Come on, I can’t have a peaceful life. I have to, at least, get a fixer-upper from hell with neighbors that keep things interesting. If I go a whole month without my foot going through the floor or an old, intoxicated lady asking me if I want a dead cat in a box (there was no dead cat. She hallucinated it), then it won’t be my life.

I could probably write a memoir, but who would believe this nonsense?

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