"A delightfully sensual and magical romance"

"A coven leader who mates with his complement is mated for life. Once the relationship has been consummated, no power, in or out of this world, can challenge the leader's power."

Drake Morgan is a male witch and coven leader, as well as CEO of Morgan, Ltd., the corporate front for the Coven of the Wolf. Being an equal opportunity employer, the fortune 500 company employs many humans, but the upper administration consists of witches, with a few shapeshifters thrown in.

Unfortunately that includes Drake's cousin, Warrick Bettencourt, who is planning a very hostile takeover of both the family business as well as coven leadership, using his chaos magick to prevail over Drake. But Drake has been to the company's solicitor's offices and one of their new young lawyers is Rhea Brown, who is not only a witch unknowing of her powers, but Drake's complement. If he can mate with her, Warrick won't be able to overthrow his leadership, ever.

Thus begins the sensual story in Destiny's Magic, Rae Morgan's short novel. Drake needs to make Rhea his lady, so he begins by seducing her on the astral plane, taking her body to ecstasy over and over again... on the street, at work, in the grocery store. The truth be told, it's all rather embarrassing to Rhea, having multiple orgasms in public. But she can't deny that this phantom lover of hers isn't the best thing she's ever had in bed -- even if it's a long time before the pair ever winds up in bed together.

The daughter of a pair of witches who'd abandoned the old ways, Rhea is unaware of her heritage as a witch, and finds Drake a little overbearing at first. Fortunately this alpha male also happens to believe in sexual equality both in and out of the bedroom. Or bathroom, or the astral plane, and he soon captures Rhea's heart. She in turn learns about her own powers and grows confident enough to help her lover win his battles.

In addition to the love scenes that were plentiful and delightfully sensual, this book does a good job of establishing a world of magick, describing in colorful detail how spells actually work. Having a novice witch allows us to see the world as she learns about it and we can delight with her over such things as hiding spells and the ever-popular fireballs. Who hasn't wanted to learn how to throw a fireball?

Over all DESTINY'S MAGICK is a lovely read; well written and edited.

Reviewed by Janet Miller
Posted March 5, 2003


Drake Morgan is a witch. He is also the leader of the largest and most powerful coven in the United States. As he fights enemies, both without and within, he continues his search for the one woman, his complement, who can help him protect his people from the dark machinations of a twisted follower of chaos magick.

Since her move to Chicago to take possession of her inheritance from her grandmother, Rhea Brown has heard strange voices and experienced phenomena that can not be explained away in a rational manner. Her cynical lawyer's mind tells her she is over-stressed and imagining things. When a dark-haired lover starts visiting her in her dreams, both sleeping and waking, she learns that magick can be real.


Destiny's Magick
(Coven of the Wolf: Book 1)
by Rae Morgan

Atlantic Bridge Publishing (Liquid Silver Books)
January 1, 2003
ISBN #1931761612
EAN #9781931761611
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