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Different Breed Of Witch (eBook)
|Different Breed Of Witch|
Different Breed Of Witch eBook Cover,
written by Rayna Crimson
|Publisher||Amazon Digital Services|
|Publication date||August 24, 2018|
|Followed by||The Succubus Bond|
Different Breed Of Witch is an eBook written by Rayna Crimson. It is the first work in the Saraid Maddox series by this author. In this work the character Saraid Williams is partly Succubus.
- Title: Different Breed Of Witch
- Author: Rayna Crimson
- Published By: Amazon Digital Services
- Length: 289 Pages
- Format: eBook
- ASIN: B07GTQND1H
- Publishing Date: August 24, 2018
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Saraid Williams was abandoned at birth and was forced to grow up in the abusive confines of the New Jersey foster care system. A mysterious house fire caused her to flee to New Orleans where she had been taken in and befriended by a faerie named Wendy who informed her of her gifts. She was a witch and her extreme emotional outburst had caused the fire she fled from. Liam Maddox was sent from Ireland to locate and protect the future heir to the throne of the Celtic Coven. When he met Saraid on a blind date he knew immediately that she was the one he had been sent to find.
An unexpainable magic takes hold that binds the two together in every way imaginable and leaves them with stronger powers and new gifts that neither were supposed to have. Questions lead them on a quest to Ireland for answers. The mysteries of her heritage are brought to the forefront when she finds that she is the true heir to the throne of the Celtic Coven but in order to claim her rightful place on the throne she must first defeat the one who stole it. Her Aunt Lillian. She finds herself in the position where she is given a choice. She is forced to choose between her magic or the man she unwillingly fell in love with. Will she sacrafice love for the good of the coven or will she find a way to have both?
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