Pub Date 29 Jul 2019
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Arthur Kenzie’s life’s work is protecting the world from the supernatural relics that could destroy it. When an amulet with the power to control the tides is shipped to New York, he must intercept it before it can be used to devastating effects. This time, in order to succeed, he needs a powerful psychometric…and the only one available has sworn off his abilities altogether.
Rory Brodigan’s gift comes with great risk. To protect himself, he’s become a recluse, redirecting his magic to find counterfeit antiques. But with the city’s fate hanging in the balance, he can’t force himself to say no.
Being with Arthur is dangerous, but Rory’s ever-growing attraction to him begins to make him brave. And as Arthur coaxes him out of seclusion, a magical and emotional bond begins to form. One that proves impossible to break—even when Arthur sacrifices himself to keep Rory safe and Rory must risk everything to save him.
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This book is approximately 75,000 words
"In her debut, Allie Therin delivers an adventurous romp through a 1920s New York that's magical in more ways than one. With well developed and diverse characters, fantastic worldbuilding, a delicious slow burn romance, and an obvious love of the time and place, Spellbound enraptured me. When I turned the last page, all I wanted to do was to jump back into Rory and Arthur's world. I can't wait for the sequel." -Jenn Burke, author of Not Dead Yet
This was delightful. The world building impressive, and if you have a thing for big overprotective soft-hearted heroes. This one will hit the spot. -Adriana Herrera, author of American Dreamer
This book is astonishingly good. Like, so good. I can't WAIT for the rest of this series! Rory and Ace forever! Everything about this book: the 1920s NYC setting, the wonderful (and diverse) cast of characters, the magical elements, the pacing, the suspense, the villains, the ROMANCE, the humour, the writing, the acknowledgements, the font...all perfect. PERFECT! -Rachel Reid, author of Heated Rivalry