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A woman, her sword, and the bear-shifter who’ll steal her heart.
Delphi Cosmatos is an alchemist. She investigates the strange and magical objects that find their way to Collegium headquarters in New York. She has magic—and a big Greek family, all ready to “help” her (they mean, interfere). When Jet Walsh moves in next door with no family except the two young orphaned cousins he’s responsible for, it’s a situation of opposites attracting, especially since Jet is a bear-shifter.
But Jet can’t pursue a romantic relationship. He’s tracking the rogue mage who tortured and killed his cousins’ mom. Banned spells are being trafficked across the world and the center of the trade is New York.
Delphi knew her city was dangerous, but now her heart is in danger, too. Jet doesn’t have magic, yet he’s tangling with a powerful, ruthless mage. If she wants to save her man, she’ll need all the help she can get. No! Not from her family. Stashed in the evidence bunker at Collegium headquarters is the legendary sword Excalibur, and Delphi is just the woman to wield it. Maybe.
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ExcerptJet had been following his nose since entering the Collegium, but even though his nose had never lied to him yet, he was still shocked to actually see Delphi in front of him—and carrying a sword. She looked fierce and sexy in those killer high heels and short skirt, and she obviously knew how to use the sword.
“What are you doing here?” they said together.
He shook his head. “I thought I smelled your scent in the foyer.”
“You tracked me by scent?” Her eyes widened. Then she stared beyond him, evidently noticing their growing audience of her curious colleagues. She scowled, gripped his arm and tugged him into a tiny office that smelled of her, of woman, chocolate and roses. She shut the door on their audience with a sharp bang.
With shelves on both walls and under the window, the tiny space was narrow, but he didn’t mind being crowded with Delphi.
She put the sword she held down on her desk and folded her arms. “What are you doing here?”
Since the many shelves in the office were crowded with huge old leather books that were likely grimoires, as well as crystals, scrying bowls, masks, figurines and more objects that his recent cramming on arcane lore enabled him to recognize as magic, he decided it was safe to tell her the truth. It wasn’t like she’d disbelieve in magic. “I work here.”
“Horse apples,” she snapped.
She unfolded her arms and gripped the edge of her desk. “You’re a bear-were, Jet. You don’t work for the Collegium.”
“You know what I am?” In his shock, he took a step toward her. In the small space, that meant he was less than arm’s length from her.
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