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AN UNEXPECTED MAGICK by M. L. RhodesAn Unexpected Magick by M. L. Rhodes
Series: A Draegon Lords Interlude
Published by Allure, Amber Quill Genres: Fantasy, Gay
Reviewed by Lisa

Raised in a tiny hamlet Wesley Brannock and his mother lived quietly as an evil sorcerer and the beleaguered draegon’s war raged onward.  Living away from populated areas affords Wesley the anonymity he needs to keep a deep, dark secret.

Slaughtered almost to the point of extinction the draegon kind are slowly making a positive stand for survival.  The human population has begun to realize their prejudice was largely manufactured by the sorcerer who unjustly seized the throne.  

Protecting the last draegon lord and his mate is the proud duty of lieutenant Wen Daneson whose younger brothers have befriended Wesley, a recent recruit after being saved from the sorcerer’s troops.  Wesley hides his attraction to the lieutenant fearing rejection and his secret getting out.  As for Wen he too feels drawn to the new recruit, but he’s already lost a loved one and has no intention of risking his heart yet again.  Unfortunately for Wen, the longer they spend time together the more his resistance crumbles and Wesley is happy to pick up the pieces.  Every single one.

Return to the fantastical world of the draegons in An Unexpected Magick where love trumps every time.  Sexy, strong Wen is well matched with sensitive, fearful Wesley in their struggle for survival and love.  Secrets and sacrifice are put to the test as An Unexpected Magick cleverly unfolds.  An enchanting treat for fans of the series with enough back story to entice new readers to clamor for more.  

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