Nova doesn’t live a good life. No family, no magic, and definitely no love.
But that all changes when she meets him and discovers his secret talent behind closed doors.
When their two worlds collide, they discover that no matter what anybody says, they are fated to be together. Their romance is written in the stars, and the primal love they share is sealed the first time he . . . heals her.
Since she was ten, her criminal father brought her into a life of theft. Every job gets them by for a little while, but their new one? It has the potential to bring them a bounty like they’ve never seen.
The Moon Diamond is said to possess magical powers, but it’s guarded by a security system unlike any other. So, Nova might be the only person who can crack it and get her hands on that diamond. After all, there’s never been a system she couldn’t break into before.
But when the mark of the Tarot’s Fool appears on her wrist, things are set into motion that can’t be undone.
Sent to an academy where she faces a love triangle between a vampire and a wolf, this steamy, fast-burn romance is enough to make a girl’s head spin.
Oh, and that mark?
It’s a sign of the next Moon Goddess—which hasn’t happened in a hundred years.
Two wolf shifters. A forbidden romance that’s meant to be. A vampire and a wolf fighting for her affection.
And she’s still supposed to save the world?
There’s not enough magic in the world to piece her back together, but her wolf in shining armor is damned sure going to try.
Three young, inexperienced magicians must defend their world against a wave of increasingly difficult opponents. That’s what Magi of Gaia is essentially about, but if you’re only looking for fierce, hard-hitting action, you’ll overlook the humor, kindness, and drama that bring this world to life. Sure, you might be happy with the amazing uses of magic and the broken noses, but you’ll miss out on seeing the quick temper of the usually-composed Jorri, the softheartedness escaping from Yuna’s severe demeanor, or Eren’s courage overcoming her self-doubt.
This trio, the Magi, are the imperfect heroes—human in spite of their incredible powers—and are tasked with keeping their world from falling into darkness. When a magician enters Gaia’s realm, it’s the Magi’s job to find them, determine whether or not they are hostile, and deal with the situation appropriately. It’s a lot to ask, and things aren’t helped by the appearance of a woman claiming to be a deity whose sole joy seems to be breaking the Magi’s spirit … and their bodies. This woman shows her powers seldomly, but when she does, she breaks the very logic of their world and makes it look effortless.
Come and read more. Find out how our heroines can laugh and joke around, even under the toughest of circumstances. See if you can figure out why Eren, a girl who should be a beloved hero, is treated as though she’s diseased. Discover why 80% of Gaia’s population is … female?!
It seems Gaia is different from Earth is more ways than you might think.