The Dying Art of Magic

The Dying Art of Magic

by Natalie Gibson
The Dying Art of Magic

The Dying Art of Magic

by Natalie Gibson


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She was on the brink of death... now the world is hers to save—or destroy

Nathalia Lovejoy should be dead. She remembers committing suicide yet wakes up in an ancient tomb. Her voice destroyed, she must rely on a new source for her magical ability—telepathy—in order to communicate with her savior.

She detests men. Lucky for her, Eiran Kafziel is not a man. He’s a half-breed demigod unlike anything she has ever known. Finding her at the brink of death, he repairs her body with his holy blood and changes her into a Sinnis. Now she must come to terms with her attraction to him and her new life.

Nathalia soon discovers a whole world of mythical creatures living among humans. Battling her own hunger for violence, she releases a demon imprisoned for five hundred years.

Can she become the weapon against the newly freed evil and save the world from his plans? Or is she better suited to be his dark queen?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781946848970
Publisher: BHC Press
Publication date: 01/25/2018
Series: Witchbound , #2
Pages: 232
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.53(d)

About the Author

Born and raised in northeast Texas, Natalie Gibson adores the color green and reveres the forest and the tortoise. Get her too far from the pine tree farm she grew up on, and she can't breathe. Natalie has always loved reading, but it wasn't until her daughter was born in 2008 that she discovered the joy of writing. Her stories always have strong females who change the world, magical creatures that battle their baser natures, and seriously evil bad guys who don't. Natalie's fantastical worlds coexist with our own; otherworldly violence, sexuality, and the supernatural are hidden behind a thin veil.
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