Encounter: Cinda's Hex by B.J. McCall

Encounter: Cinda's Hex

byB.J. McCall

Kobo ebook | March 2, 2015

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Encounter: Cinda’s Hex

B.J. McCall

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Cinda’s Hex


The pounding on the front door pulled Lucinda out of a restless sleep. She sat up and tossed off the covers. Guilt washed over her. She knew who it was and why he was here. The door rattled. If she didn’t hurry, he’d likely knock it down. He had the strength and the fury to splinter her door to kindling.

Grumbling, she scrambled out of bed and rushed to the living room. Bandra Falls was a safe haven for her kind, but one never knew. Exercising caution, Lucinda tiptoed to the door and put her eye to the peephole.

Bathed in moonlight, Felix’s face was downright scary. Lucinda opened the door and faced his furious glory. Stark naked with black wings fluttering, Felix looked like a pissed off angel. A demon hunter by trade, Felix fought for good but he wasn’t the least bit angelic.

“Next time you wish someone to perdition Cinda you should make sure they can’t return and seek revenge. Are all your kind so cruel?”

Felix had a way of pushing her buttons, like calling her by her childhood name and refusing her help to take down Bathar. She’d told Felix to go to hell with such force he’d begun spinning and sliding down in the demon vortex she’d located and brought to his attention. She’d quickly recanted her spell, but tossed out a blackflyer hex before she had vanished in a puff of green smoke. “I pulled you out before you fell down the demon hole. I was angry.”

“You think I’m not.” He brushed past her, his blackflyer wings knocking over a vase and upending a lamp.

Lucinda closed the door and flicked on the living room lamp. She wanted to see Felix, all of him. “I like the look.”

“I don’t. Instead of facing off with Bathar, I landed in a public park stark naked without my sword, sporting these.” He flapped his big black wings, tipping over the candy dish. “Teenagers with nose rings threw rocks at me.”

Title:Encounter: Cinda's HexFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 2, 2015Publisher:Changeling Press LLCLanguage:English

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