Devil’s Ivy

Devil’s Ivy

Sage Series: Book One 1

Fleur, a surgeon in the making with a peculiar talent for horticulture, must be ready to give up the shamble of a life she had after a heartbreak she should’ve expected threw her world upside down and into the life of an unexpected stranger. She must now overcome her insecurities and learn what being a witch truly means, even if it means facing her inner demons- and some very real ones along the way.

Kit, a gorgeous stranger, invades Fleur’s life after having nightmares of his own, on a mission from his coven to find her. Fate intervenes and he finds himself faced with her destiny as his own. But what role does he have to play in her future? Can he save Fleur from her very real nightmares?


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