Darkangel: A Free Paranormal Witch Romance (Enemies to Lovers Small Town Love Story)

· The Witches of Cleopatra Hill Book 1 · Dark Valentine Press
684 reviews

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The right consort will unlock her magic. The wrong one will make her a prisoner.

Forty-three. That’s how many frogs Angela McAllister has kissed since she turned twenty-one. And it’s not for fun — she’s searching for the green-eyed man who haunts her dreams, the man she’s sure is fated to be her consort when she becomes the next prima of her witch clan.

Without that magical connection, she’ll never be able to access her full powers. Worse, as long as she’s an unattached virgin, she’s vulnerable to being kidnapped and manipulated by the rival Wilcox clan.

The clock is ticking, because upon her twenty-second birthday, the window of opportunity to find her mate will close forever, leaving her magic diminished and her clan vulnerable. It doesn’t help her growing sense of urgency that a malevolent spirit is stalking her, and the only guy who sparks that special attraction isn’t a witch at all. Just a handsome, dark-eyed, all-too-human college student.

On the eve of her birthday, the Wilcox clan makes their move, and it becomes all too clear that someone has betrayed Angela’s trust in the worst possible way….

Note: Darkangel is part one of the “The Witches of Cleopatra Hill,” the first series set in USA Today Bestselling Author Christine Pope’s witches and warlocks universe! It ends on a cliffhanger leading into the next installment, Darknight. Other interconnected series in the ’verse include “The Witches of Wheeler Park” and “The Witches of Canyon Road.”

KEYWORDS: witch, witches, witch clan, witch family, soul mate, fated mated, psychic, ghost, haunting, Halloween, Arizona, Jerome, mining town, free paranormal romance, free urban fantasy

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684 reviews
Sam Davis
May 11, 2023
if you like books with happily ever after. this book is not for you. it just feels like the author wants to draw you into buying the next book to find out if that's going to be a happy ending. well, no thanks. I'm done right here.
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Nicole Jeffery
November 3, 2015
If you're looking for a book about a new prima coming into her own and protecting her clan in the face of danger this is not it. This is more like a house wifes half thought out fantasy. The main character is selfish and treats her family like crap. Did not feel she deserved a happy ending. First book was good and set the rest of the series up to be worth reading. Second book is 90% garbage, skipped most of it and missed nothing. Last one tied everything up, did not leave me wanting more.
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January 1, 2016
Well it was okay. I liked the idea the author had but was long winded. There was also a lot of repeat information. I just kept waiting for something to happen.....it did at the end and of course I'd figured it out....needs refinement in my opinion.
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About the author

USA Today bestselling author Christine Pope has been writing stories ever since she commandeered her family’s Smith-Corona typewriter back in grade school. Her work includes paranormal romance, fantasy romance, and science fiction/space opera romance. She makes her home in New Mexico.

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