Enchanting Her Warlock

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Hagen Novels, LLC, Jun 7, 2019 - Fiction

Sorcha Tierney craves adventure. Raised by straight-laced parents she dearly loves, but who can’t understand her addiction for heart-pounding adrenaline, she lives her life in defiance of everything they stand for, seeking the thrill of adventure and a sense of belonging. Her desperate need for a rush is what always lands her in trouble. She’s seen the back of a cruiser so many times, it was a wonder they didn’t hand her a Sharpie to autograph the door like the troublemaking superstar she’d become.

Castor Halloran lived by a rigid code of ethics instilled in him by his military parents. Those morals served him well in the police force as a decorated officer known for his innate ability to steer criminals straight. Well, most criminals. Sorcha Tierney, on the other hand, would be the death of him with her wild ways, lack of inhibition, and apparent death wish.

Secrets revealed force both Castor and Sorcha to compromise and forge a new path despite their hostile distrust and the simmering attraction they struggle to deny. Thrust into a reality that seems born of fairy tales, they scramble to prepare for the villain waiting to strike with a ferocity that threatens to abolish not only their powerful connection, but also their lives.


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About the author (2019)

USA Today Bestselling author Casey Hagen pens her snarky, passionate stories from the salty air of Kennebunk, Maine. She’s a born and raised Vermont native, a New England girl to the core, with Ben & Jerry’s in her heart and real Vermont maple syrup pumping through her veins.

She’s the proud mother of three girls and a new, first-time grandma with an insatiable addiction to Fall Out Boy, and a new, rather concerning obsession with tattoos and piercings. Can you say “cool grandma?”

The inked and pierced grandma spends her time tucked away in her office, coated in cat hair, alternating between tearing her hair out trying to find the perfect words and being one step ahead of her three scheming fur babies she is positive are plotting her demise with every swirl around her ankles at the top of her office stairs.

She loves writing stories about real people, with complicated histories, relatable everyday problems, and giving them the hard-won happily-ever-afters they deserve.

And she thanks every last one of you who picks up one of her stories.

Casey is done talking about herself in the third person.

*Casey out*

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