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Jake Macgregor has his hands full. As San Francisco’s leader of the Paranormal Special Forces unit, he and his team are facing a powerful enemy that threatens to bring down the city. With the weight of the world already resting on his broad, chiseled shoulders, the last thing Jake has time for is romance. So why—after a long, hard day’s fight against evil—are his nights filled with dreams of Cassia?
Cassia is a D’Anu witch whose birthright ensures power and honor beyond her imagination. It also forbids the one thing Cassia wants the most: the love of mortal Jake Macgregor. When she intervenes in a skirmish to save his life, the consequences are inescapable—even though the magic they make together is too luscious, and potent, to resist…
“Jake!” Cassia screamed as images of Jake dying almost blinded her.
“No! No, no, no.” Her voice came out in sobs before she gathered the strength of her increased powers and entered the transference to cross the veil between Otherworlds.
Screams still tore at her mind as she flung herself through darkness and appeared next to Jake’s body. Her feet hit wet grass and rain drenched her.
Naked, tattooed men surrounding Jake stumbled back in surprise when she appeared. One of them had been close to driving a dagger into Jake’s chest.
"Dark Magic brings the Magic series to a spectacular finish." --A Romance Review
Praise for WICKED MAGIC:
“Blistering sex and riveting battles are plentiful as this series continues building toward its climax.”—Romantic Times BOOKreviews (4 stars)
“Has an even blend of action and romance, and most of the characters from earlier novels make an appearance. There are quite a few twists to the story, and some things are left unfinished, paving the way for the next novel. An exciting paranormal tale, don’t miss it.”—Romance Reviews Today
“Cheyenne McCray shows the best work between good and evil in Wicked Magic. The characters are molded perfectly…sure to delight and captivate with each turn of the page.”—Night Owl Romance
“A sinfully engaging read.”—A Romance Review