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Tales of the Djinn: The Guardian, The Double

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Length: 802 pages

Summary

When a mysterious stranger with a briefcase full of cash moves into Elyse’s brownstone, she never imagines he’s a genie. Cade is gorgeous, exquisitely polite, and sophisticated, but nothing about him adds up . . . that is, until she learns he’s a magical being desperate to break a curse on his home city.

Teaming up with a human female isn’t the only challenge Elyse’s tenant will have to face. His trip to Elyse’s world created a duplicate of himself, a not-quite carbon copy who believes he’s Cade’s superior.

Commander Arcadius ought to be easy for Elyse to resist. He’s arrogant, insensitive, and a chauvinist—making it obvious he doesn’t think much of her. Then, bit-by-bit, she sees past his prickly exterior. Arcadius is who Cade used to be before they met. If she fell for one man, chances are she’ll fall for the other . . .

Two full-length novels of the Djinn

“FANTASTIC! [T]his may be the best thing she has written to date . . . an epic tale of romantic fantasy.”—In My Humble Opinion

“Addictive . . . should not be missed!”—Long and Short Reviews

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