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Kayla Bradley is a witch and she has a big problem. She is so attracted to her boss, Ryan Cooper, that she can't control her magic when she's around him. She tries to stay away from him, but her best friend Samantha thinks the only way she can cure her problem is to sleep with Cooper. Ryan Cooper is a mortal lawyer who helps magical people who have been discriminated against. After many disastrous encounters with Kayla, Cooper contacts his sister, who is also a witch. She tells him that witches sometimes misfire when sexually attracted to someone...so Cooper decides to take matters into his own hands...
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MORTALS FOR MAGIC BOOK 1:

MAGICAL MISFIRE

by

Cassidy Kingston

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Copyright Ó 2013 by Cassidy Kingston

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Names, characters and incidents depicted in this book are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, locales, organizations, or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental and beyond the intent of the author or the publisher.

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ISBN 978-1-61160-459-7

Credits

Cover Artist: Harris Channing

Editor: Melanie Ann Billings

Printed in the United States of America

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT

The Scent of Desire

The Scent of Desire by Cassidy Kingston is a story that you will want to read. Aiden is a sexy dish that will have you drooling. His talents are rare, but I wouldn't mind him sniffing me out. Ms. Kingston keeps you guessing until the very end. I couldn't take my eyes off the story. I really liked how the scenes flowed and had you guessing and wondering what would happen next. Thank you Ms. Kingston for a wonderful story, and I'm looking forward to reading more of your books in the future. ~ Fallen Angel Reviews

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Taste of Love

The Scent of Desire

Touch of Pleasure

Dedication

I would like to thank my family for believing in me even when I may not believe in myself.

Chapter 1

Kayla, you have to come out.

"No! I may never come out again."

We have to be back in the meeting in five, come on. It wasn’t that bad. I’m sure they didn’t even notice, Samantha said, then quickly covered her mouth to muffle the giggle she’d let slip out.

Sam, are you laughing at my humiliation? You’re supposed to be my best friend. I’m sure they all noticed; I mean, I set his tie on fire!

Well, it’s funny. Come out; I’m tired of talking to the bathroom stall door. Stop acting like a kid.

Kayla slowly opened the stall door and walked out; her cheeks were still blazing red with embarrassment.

Kayla, why are you still having misfires? We’ve had our full powers for five years now. You should’ve outgrown those years ago.

I know; it just seems that every time I’m around Cooper, I get all nervous and things just happen.

Ohmigawd! You like him! You’re getting all hot and worked up for him and that’s what’s causing the misfires.

Maybe. I mean, yeah, I’m very attracted to him, way more than I’ve ever been attracted to anyone ever!

How long has it been, ya know, since you were with a man? Maybe that is what’s wrong; you have all this pent up energy and it needs to be released…by Cooper.

Umm not too long, well maybe a little while.

How long Kayla?

Two and a half years.

"Wow! I would die."

Samantha, stop being so overdramatic. You know that when Brad cheated on me it hurt me badly and I just haven’t been able to get close to another guy ever since.

Well if that’s what’s causing you to misfire, you need to get laid before you do some serious harm to the poor guy, Sam said with a giggle. You don’t have to jump into a relationship, just the sack. Now come on, we have to get back in the meeting.

* * * *

The two women walked into the large conference room and sat at the end of the large table. On one side were two older witches and their lawyer. On the other side was Ryan Cooper, head litigator for the Mortals for Magic nonprofit. He specialized in witches and warlocks who had been treated unfairly only because of their magical abilities. Since the magical world let itself be known to the mortal world, there had been a backlash and a new type of discrimination had formed.

Cooper was the mortal son of a magical mother, so he was perfect to run the company even though his mother had long ago shunned her abilities in favor of a rich husband and privileged lifestyle. He was tall, with a dark complexion and short, well-kept dark blond hair and looked every bit the part of a lawyer. He knew the laws and understood that the magical people were like regular people, just with a little magic.

Cooper sat across from the two older witches, with the top two buttons on his shirt undone and his tie long gone; his collar showing only slight singe marks. He grinned his million dollar smile at the two older witches.

Ladies, I am honored to give you this check that was sent to us today as severance from your job. The company would like to apologize for the misunderstanding. They are thankful for your years of service and wish you both the best in future endeavors.

The older of the two ladies took the check, looked it over and said, "Well, I’m still pissed