The Wizard King

The Wizard King

by Dana Marie Bell
The Wizard King

The Wizard King

by Dana Marie Bell


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She's the queen of his soul.
Heart's Desire Book 1

Gareth Beckett has to take his place as the king of the wizards in three days. There's only one problem. The woman who stole his heart, the one he wants as his queen, is missing. He casts the Beckett mate spell, hoping with everything in him that it will call Gen home. Gen is a Warlock Own. Not everyone will be thrilled to have a warlock as the Wizard Queen, but she's the only one he'll accept. He'll be damned if the court has a say in who he loves on at night.
Genevieve Godwin is the daughter of the Beckett's most hated enemy. She's sworn to hunt down her brothers and end their evil before it can harm the man she loves, but a vision from her Goddess sends her running back to Gareth. She tries to explain the danger he's in, but finds herself pinned on the sofa by one irate werewolf demanding to know where she's been.
Unfortunately, being the king isn't quite what it's cracked up to be. Between scheming courtiers, the threat of the Godwin brothers and Gen's insistence that she be allowed to continue her work as one of Hecate's Own, Gareth is about to lose his damn mind.
When the king decides to put an end to the threat against his mate, the rest of the magical world will sit up and take notice-and if they don't he'll make them wish they had.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781984988324
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/11/2018
Series: Heart's Desire , #3
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.51(d)

About the Author

Dana Marie Bell lives with her husband Dusty, their two maniacal children, an evil ice-cream stealing cat and a dog who thinks barking should become the next Olympic event. You can learn more about Dana and her addiction to series at
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