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Autumn Dance - Magic Seasons Romance #4

Jacqueline Paige

Publisher: First Realm Publishing

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Summary

Step into a world of magic and passion… 
Take a dash of spice and a flash of magic 
Watch the sparks fly 
With a handful of witches to stir it all together 
In search of a killer targeting their kind. 
The Mabon gathering brings this group of special friends together to use their powers to unmask the killer and prevent more victims, before moving to the celebration of the season. 
Coralee has always lived her life with a small remove: her ability to feel other’s emotions has kept her guarded and alone. After reeling from the killer’s emotional tumult, her friends are concerned and looking to protect – none more than Dade. 
His ability to call emotions and reactions with his drums leaves Dade singularly placed to draw the killer forward, but his concerns is only for Coralee.  Always drawn to her, his past history with women leave him wondering if she ever could take a chance on him. A gathering that could change everything by catching the killer just may bring a new love to light.

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