Earth Enchanted Elemental Magic #1 Blurb:
Writer Liv Corrigan has the worst luck with men -- her telepathy tends to make them run for the hills. When she meets widower and ex-cop Jack Roarke, she decides to keep her talent hidden. Things are looking up until their third date crashes and burns as the man who murdered Jack’s wife turns out to be after him too. Injured, Jack retreats with Liv to his house under armed guard. But with Liv’s mysteries rapidly coming unraveled, a diamond-thief killer to stop and passion in the air, the safe house is anything but safe for their hearts!
To Take Up The Sword Elemental Magic #2 Blurb:
Missing diamonds and a killer on the loose…will a schoolteacher and FBI agent escape with their lives and hearts intact? After the acquittal of Gueraldi's right hand and favored killer for hire, Ashton Smythe, Special Agent Gabriel Spiller takes time away from his work with the FBI. Having failed in his mission to avenge his lost would be lover, Serena Roarke, Gabe returns to Alabama in search of the missing diamonds needed to reopen the investigation and to lay low from the death threats he's received since Smythe went free. Almost two years after her sister's death, Leannan O'Neal feels the loss of Serena more now than ever. A secret meeting between them before she died left Lea with an ugly figurine and nothing but questions. Hang-up calls at work and a trashed house reminds her of the card Serena gave her. "If you find yourself in trouble, go to him and only him" were the last words her sister spoke to her. With Smthye out for revenge and hot on her heels, Lea goes on the run in search of Serena's 'Angel', but how long can Gabe keep her alive, and is the cost worth more than her life? Wait for the Wind
Elemental Magic #3 Blurb:
Kate O'Connell grew up loved by the Corrigan family, all the while suffering from the inescapable reality of her own alcoholic father. At a young age she gave her heart and innocence to Ryan Corrigan. For once happiness seemed within her reach, until in one horror-filled night, the monster she called 'Daddy' changed everything. Too many misunderstandings forced Kate and Ryan apart, but now Kate's come home to open her clinic and raise her daughter, Allaina, closer to his family. Will she be able to open Ryan's heart to his magic? Ryan is glad to be back on Irish soil, but the reason he left still haunts him. As he tries to build a new life and redeem his past, can he forgive Kate and reclaim his healing gift in time to save his sister and her twins?
Sea’s Sorceress Elemental Magic #4 Blurb:
Love can come along at the most inconvenient times... Skye Corrigan treasures family above all else. Standing by his best friend Rhia while she suffers the heartache of losing her father to cancer has strengthened their childhood bond. Lately Rhia affects him in ways she never has before. Rhiannon O'Malley shares Skye's past and hopes for a future with him, but love must come with a willing heart. Her father's terminal illness has left her in charge of the family pub. Skye has always been there for her, but when their relationship changes, will she find the courage to claim the future? Or will a thousand-year-old curse keep its grip on two hostage hearts?
Fire’s Ice Elemental Magic #5 (series end) Blurb:
Ultimate power, or endless love? Born the son of a Scottish laird a thousand years ago, but now trapped by his cousin's spell, Devin McLoch has seen countless battles and death. The erstwhile thief has turned away from darker pursuits to lead a life of peace, protecting those he loves and considers part of his clan. However, there is one woman he can never forget, who must be given a chance to change, to accept her heart and his. Arianne Farrell is just as dangerous and intoxicating as her power. Imprisoned in an ancient stone dance more than a thousand years ago, her only chance at freedom from the spell is through love—a love she denied. When Devin asks for her aid to save another from imminent death, she realizes there is more at stake than just her freedom or her heart.
About the Author:
Brynna Curry was born south of the Mason-Dixon Line. After living all over the southern states, she finally landed in North Alabama where she lives with her husband and their three children. Growing up, books fueled her dreams and imagination, ultimately becoming her salvation during the hardest times in her life.Writing is her passion, but she enjoys the fun of sharing those stories with others by reviewing books and working in publicity. When she isn’t writing or promoting, she’s often found haunting the library for new books to read or just spending an quiet evening at home with Jackie watching old westerns on TV. Although her wizards, shifters and vampires are as real to her as anyone, she insists love is the truest magic and with it every day is another wonderful adventure.
A sense of foreboding filled Kail McKenna as he listened to the Elders discuss the coming battle. They can talk all they want but nothing can stop the demon…save for the souls in this room. He leaned in the corner, his shoulders brushing against the cool stone of the castle wall, and studied the men and women seated at the long oak table. A meeting with the Council of Elders, who presided over the Coven of Seven and their Guardians usually did more to stir up trouble than settle it. Seven sisters with varied gifts, witches all. A fire had been laid in the hearth; its crackling embers chased the shadows and dank chill from the room.
I prefer the shadows.
His gift of darkness balanced Cailin’s light. The intricate tattoo on the ball of his left arm vibrated and warmed in her presence along with another parts of him. His love for her was forbidden, devotion was expected but not this all-consuming desire he felt. Hiding it from the others was damn near destroying him.
Returning his concentration to the conversation around him, Kail forced his mind to clear. I wonder if they would notice if I froze time for ten minutes. Just ten minutes. Seated at the long wooden table in front of him, Cailin brought up the one point everyone else had danced around.
“Forgive me, my lords, but the eclipse will soon be upon us. In two night’s time, Elias will be stronger than ever before. We should attack now, while he is at his weakest.”
It was council elder Bracken who spoke first. “The prophecies disagree.”
Idiots. They may be all powerful but they are fools to trust the ancient scrolls. “The prophecies are wrong. We must draw him out before then, as Cailin said.” Kail moved to stand behind his charge.
“Calm yourself. As I said, the prophecies disagree, which is why we are dispatching your guardian to recruiting a powerful ally. We will need him to fight the coming battle.” Bracken continued.
“What? You would send away Guardian Kail and leave the one they want most unprotected? You are a fool.” Guardian Jax, protector of Rio the Fire, roared to his feet in outrage.
“Guardian Kail has the ability to move through space and time. What would take you months to accomplish, he can manage in the space of a few short minutes. Leaving Cailin seemingly vulnerable is the best way to draw out Elias.”
“What makes this potential ally so valuable?” Kail countered.
“He is a phoenix.”
“Only a union of fey and magical human blood could produce such a power and even then the likelihood of survival past childhood is…”
“Lady McLoch’s grandmother is faerie. Her father was human with a powerful mental gift. It’s through her Laird McLoch’s heir gains his line of power, much to his disgust. Our agent claims the phoenix controls not only the fire, but the other elements as well. He has been trained in both his father and mother’s way. He will be a valuable asset to our cause. I will not give audience to discuss the matter further. You shall leave at dusk.”
* * * *
Kail waited until safely in his chamber to take out his frustration. Gathering his power, he released a ball of blue flames and threw it at the stone wall where it fizzled and vanished harmlessly. He couldn’t shake the feeling of dread hovering over him. I don’t want to leave Cailin unprotected.
Wincing as his mark burned, Kail opened the door and pulled Cailin quickly into the room. She pressed close and held on as he stroked her long dark hair. “Did anyone see you? I’ll not have your reputation ruined.”
“No. I do not like this.”
“Nor I, but I have my orders, love.” He traced the circle of the pendant resting between her breasts. “I love you, Cailin. You will be safe until I return.”
“And I you. Always.”
* * * *
So this was the all powerful phoenix. This man who was barely more than a boy. Tuned into McLoch, he too felt the pleasure whip through him. From his place in the shadows, Kail watched as the lad manifested the magic into a white ball of fire. Moments later, he unleashed it on his cousin, the fey Daemon.
I am a witch. A damn good one. Kail heard the thought as if it were his own. Cocky bastard. You may be, but not as good as me. The fireball became a dragon before McLoch had the faerie begging for a reprieve. “
“My favorite words in the world.”
“Might I remind you had I used a smidge of my real power, you’d be flat on the ground at this moment begging for a reprieve?”
“So you say, old man. Though I’ve yet to see this mighty power you speak of.”
“Old yes, in mortal years, which I am not. Half nixie. Remember? And I was doing just fine until you conjured that beast.”
“A thousand years is old, regardless.” Devin held out his hand and pulled Daemon to his feet.
Kail remained hidden and listened to their banter.
“One should hope you never find out what the age feels like. My point is, your skill is commendable but until you learn to lose, there is no true measure of your power. Humility is a lesson you have yet to learn and one I’m apparently unable to teach you.”
“I am the son of a laird. Pride is a demanded trait.” McLoch insisted
“And pride is a foolish weapon when you are lying in the dirt. You need an equal to spar against. Someone your own age skilled in battle and magic. On the morrow, we will be adding a companion to our training sessions.”
Kail took Daemon’s comment as an invitation to make his presence known.
He walked down the bank and across the training ground, watching the other man with wariness.
Daemon introduced him. “Devin McLoch, meet Guardian Kail McKenna, a friend of mine.”
He ignored Devin’s offered hand and said nothing.
“I’d like to say it’s good to meet you, but I can see otherwise. McKenna. Do you shun your clan? Deny your family?”
Oh great. Here it goes. “I have no clan. My sole mission is to protect the seven warrior women from harm while they accomplish their goal. To do so, I must train you, it seems.”
“Seven, hmm? Fate smiles on you.”
“Lecherous cur. Make no mistake. You will find no allies here, McLoch. Draw your sword and prove your worth, or die like a coward.” Kail materialized his sword with a thought.
“Nice trick, but a very simple one.”
The bastard. “You have no idea what realms of magic I master. Last chance. Draw your sword, McLoch.”
“Is this really necessary?”
Kail glared as Daemon tried to intervene between the two men, sending a rain shower to drown the ribbons of black lightning rippling across the air.
“You are too soft on our little laird, Daemon. If he is to be of any use to the elders, he must prove his worth. I will not have another weak guardian endanger Cailin. Your word isn’t good enough. He will fight for every breath I will allow him to take, or he will die. His choice. A true warrior never gives in, never gives up. Now draw.”
This time the kid drew his sword and prepared to fight for his life. “You are crazy!”
Kail laughed. “That point is debatable, depending on your perspective.”
Sounds of clashing steel filled the night as he struck out with his blade. A second more, another couple of inches and that would have been the end of Laird McLoch’s pride and joy. Battling with everything he could muster, magic flitted around the training ground like fireworks. Thrust. Dodge. Parry. Endless. Kail allowed Devin to believe he had him cornered just as he was about to gain the upper hand, Kail bent space and transported himself behind Devin.
“What the hell? Coward! Come back here!”
“Right here, McLoch.” Kail flashed behind him, his blade very close to Devin’s tender anatomy. “Yield or you’ll be Danielle come morning. As you said. Everything is a weapon. Magic alone won’t win the battles to come, nor will skill with a sword. Use any and all weapons that come to hand. Yield.”
Devin let his sword fall to the ground. “I yield, for now, but this isn’t over, McKenna.”
“Good. So you aren’t stupid. A wise man knows when to retreat.” He handed Devin his fallen sword and called to Daemon, “He has skill and power. I’ll train him.We start an hour before sun-up, pretty boy. Don’t be late.”
Leaving both men speechless, Kail flashed out of Scotland and into hell.
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