The Wicked

· Dark Sorcery Book 3 · Cheyenne McCray LLC
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About this ebook

Rhiannon Castle is a San Francisco witch whose Coven sisters know nothing of the shadows that lurk inside her. Rhiannon hides the truth from everyone she loves—and most of all Keir, a rugged warrior who strides into Rhiannon’s life and awakens her to a reckless desire.

 

Keir’s Fae brethren are the only family he has ever known. He trusts no one—until he is sent to San Francisco and meets Rhiannon. She is the one woman with enough fire to tame the fierce warrior. Every encounter convinces Keir that she belongs with him—even though Rhiannon knows her powers could put him in danger.


From the depths of Underworld rises a new threat. When a demon goddess unleashes her evil upon our world, Rhiannon’s secret could prove the ultimate weapon in this epic battle—or destroy the only man she has ever loved.


The Wicked was formerly titled Wicked Magic.


witch, witchcraft, pagan, magic, paranormal, metaphysical, visionary, New Age, shifters, urban fantasy

About the author

Cheyenne McCray is an award-winning, New York Times and USA Today best-selling author who grew up on a ranch in southeastern Arizona and has written over one hundred published novels and novellas. Chey also writes cozy mysteries as Deb Ries. She delights in creating stories of suspense, love, and redemption with characters and worlds her readers can get lost in. Chey and her husband live with their two dogs in Arizona where she enjoys crazy quilting, reading, and, of course, writing.

Find out more about Chey, how to contact her, and her books at https://cheyennemccray.com.

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