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The first book in The Divinities series is a magical tale of witches and demons with a visit from a Goddess.

A group of people born to elite witch bloodlines known as Divinities are on a mission to protect a magical artifact and all magickin from demons.

Kalissa has been unable to access her visions due to very painful headaches and seems to have lost some her memories. Ayden, the new Sheriff was hurt by Kalissa when they were young, but now they have to face the past and join with their new family to fight a war.

The author has created a captivating paranormal world with some unique elements, lots of action/suspense, fantastic bewitching characters and steamy romance.  The story is well written and well balanced with lots of substance including some real world issues. 

The author conveys the emotional turmoil that the main characters feel with a depth that connects the reader to their plight.  You can feel the heat build as Kalissa and Ayden’s romance grows and you can feel the tension as the characters are confronted and attacked by their enemies. The battle scenes are depicted very vividly and the reader is entertained from beginning to end. I can’t wait to read the next one.

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