Welcome to the Magic Born blog tour!! This book is an Adult Paranormal Romance book! It was published June 6, 2018.
Maria Del Voscova is a powerful witch with a past. When she’s asked to become a member of the elite Guardians she knows she can’t risk sharing the truth about her messed-up family. But we don’t always get what we want. Sometimes, we don’t always know what we want.
Though Mar absolutely knows she doesn’t want Neeren, King of the Parthen. She alone sees the darkness in him and it reminds her too much of the past. She knows better than to fall for his stoic, tortured soul façade.
She’s training to be a Guardian, a shadow; tasked with keeping the balance between good and evil in the world. It’s what she wants—to be better than her family was.
But the past has a way of catching up to Mar and the future has a morbid sense of humor. On her first mission, she’s kidnapped by the enemy she’s been running from her entire life. Thankfully the guardians look after their own. As it turns out, so does Neeren.
As Mar finds herself caught between the past and the future; between blood and bond; between the light and the dark, she realizes her only chance at surviving may be in trusting a man who is the most dangerous of them all.
Mar opened her eyes to find herself laying on a lounge in garden overflowing with sage and gardenias. Her kidnappers sat in wicker chairs, drinking ice tea, or leaned over flower beds weeding. Wind chimes tinkled in the air. Water trickled from a moss-covered water fountain. Incense burned in the corner.
Mar groaned. Son of a . . . They were hippies. Could they possibly have veered from the stereotype?
When she tried to sit up, Xiomara rushed to her side. “Easy. You’ll be a bit dizzy from the trip. Don’t move too quickly.”
Mar pushed her hands away. “Now you’re worried about my welfare? You drowned me in some ritual white light after I explicitly said I didn’t want to come with you.”
“Well, yes. But you were being difficult.”
“Me? I was being difficult?” As Mar prepared to blast then with the full extent of her anger she looked down and realized she was still in her wrapper. “Hold up. One of you witches better of brought my clothes with you.”
The women looked at each other, and her, with confusion written clearly on their treacherous faces.
Mar exploded. “Do not tell me you brought me here without my clothing! What am I supposed to wear?”
“You can borrow something from Sofia. She looks close to your size,” Xiomara offered helpfully.
Mar pushed herself up from the lounger, shaking off Xiomara’s hands when she tried to help her stand. “I do not wear borrowed clothes,” she spit out between gritted teeth. “And I’m sure as hell not wearing some hand me down hippie rag.”
“Hey,” Sofia shouted from the flower bed.
“You’re being ridiculous,” Xiomara said.
“If you’d given me the chance to pack I would have my own clothing. I would have my spell casting shoes. I’d have my Saturday hat. I’d have my makeup bag.” Mar screamed. “Why couldn’t you wait one goddamn day and give me the tiniest bit of control over my life.”
About the Author
Rayanne Haines grew up on a small horse ranch in Alberta. She spent most of her youth re-enacting scenes from Anne of Green Gables to attentive audiences that included pygmy goats and roan stallions. The horses were thrilled. Her father could never figure out why it took her three hours to clean the barn.
Her mother is an avid reader and instilled a love of literature in her at a young age. She has always been fascinated with learning people’s stories.
She has a fondness for mountains and rivers and all the creatures that live within them.
She believes in magic and the search for great love. She loves to write about strong women who will accept nothing less.
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