In Quest of Theta Magic
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Dean Williams has no need for love, but he does needs a wife, fast, since only his quest for Theta magic can save his sister. But who could be courageous and tough enough to endure what he needs to demand from his new wife?
Elana Bailey is determined to brave the ugly beast in order to save her fragile sister. But she doesn't expect the only reason for the match is to create a daughter to help Dean with his quest.
What if she bears a son instead? Will they succeed in the quest?
REVIEWS: “Between the babies, sibling rivalry, an exotic wedding and dire predictions, the tension builds around the characters and eventually brings Dean and Elena together and pits them against the world. I loved the author’s sense of humor ...” - Coffee Time Romance, 5 cups, Ultra Rare Extraordinary Read
“This book was so good I sped through it in one sitting. The futuristic story was unique and intriguing with great characters. I enjoyed the banter between Dean and Elana. It was witty and natural making the whole story seem genuine and it led to some pretty steamy love scenes.” – Reading with Monie, 5 Stars
"This story is not really explicit, however, you will learn about a new world, its customs, and its people if you read the book. The people are engaging to read about and it has some entertaining wedding rituals that last eight days! I hope the author comes out with another book on these people. I could read more about them."- Night Owl Romance Reviewer’s Top Pick, 4.5 Hearts
“I have to say that I like the notion of her world building and ideas... There are regular humans and other humans called Thetas who have magic. The powers the Thetas have are cool powers with names like eagle sight.
There is a quest, a legend and a purpose. In between this is a love story between Dean Williams and Elana Bailey, the main hero and heroine. The sex is very sensual and mainly vanilla, with Dean literally flexing his most impressive muscle. Have to say I really, really like that idea!
There is some good action scenes and while set in the future, it is historical in nature. Meaning if you’ve read historical novels, then there is always some rogue or villain attempting to disrupt the happy lives of the main characters. She pulls this off really well.” – Acquanetta Ferguson, San Diego Examiner