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- Publication Date: November 10, 2016
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MG3FOC0
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- Lending: Enabled
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Love & Magic: A M/M Collection Kindle Edition
"Children of Blood and Bone"
Tomi Adeyemi conjures a stunning world of dark magic and danger in her West African-inspired fantasy debut. Learn more
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Jim and Thomas were the perfect couple until they let insecurities come between them. Jim has problems with wizards due to a painful past and when he finds out that Thomas is a wizard, he makes Thomas leave. Years later, Jim in dead but not gone and Thomas is back to close up the house that they lived in together. Will Jim and Thomas resolve their issues, will they reconnect? This is a short enjoyable read.
- Christmas Magic
Hunter and Cole are friends. Hunter likes Cole more than a friend though and does not know how to broach the issue with Cole. When Cole invites Hunter to perform a special magic ritual Hunter will learn that Cole has a surprise for him. Hunter and Cole will be trapped in the magic ritual until it is complete and the ritual may just further more than their magic. This was an enjoyable short story with a lot of feeling.
- Under His Skin
Nathan is a wizard and Joshua is his best friend, coworker, and sometime lover. Joshua has always wished to be able to do magic and this Christmas, Nathan might just make his wish come true. Nathan and Joshua switch bodies and Joshua gets to do magic, but a call out from work puts the switching and their job and relationship on the line. The switching opens up the conversation of where their relationship is and where it is going. This was a nice, enjoyable and well written story.
I voluntarily received a copy for a free, honest review.
Excellent stories, entertaining, funny and steamy. Oh, and did I mention Really HOT?!
Thomas is returning to a home he shared with Jim after 20 years away. Jim passed away and left him the house. Jim had kicked him out after discovering Thomas was a wizard, regardless of the 15 years spent together. Bittersweet as Jim has kept the annual birthday cards Thomas sent – and wrote one himself that he never sent “I miss you”. As this is Halloween, anything can happen.
Hunter requests Cole to help him with a spell – there is a special ingredient required for this particular spell.
Under His Skin
Nathan is the resident mage for the local enforcer group. Joshua is also a member of the enforcer group, but has no magical abilities but practices long hours to be an effective fighter. Nathan and Joshua are intimate, but not necessarily in a relationship. For Christmas Nathan offers to trade bodies (and abilities) for 4 hours through a magic spell he has worked on for the past year.
This switch besides slightly humorous (as they are called in to work) is very revealing in that misconceptions between these two have kept them apart and when they literally walk a mile in each other’s shoes those revelations change the entire dynamic of their relationship. Exciting, sexy, touching read!!
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