The Hawthorne University Witch Series: Complete Collection

The Hawthorne University Witch Series is available in its entirety with this complete book collection including: Broomstick, Book I: I used to not believe in witches. Cadence Hawthorne enrolls in a special honors program at Hawthorne University to be with a super cute teaching assistant. She hopes the program can help with visions of ghosts and witches, while evil from within threatens her and her newfound love. Windstorm, Book II: Believe in witches, for sometimes you need magic to ward off the evil in darkness. Cadence enters her junior year at Hawthorne University when her friend deals her a reversed Lovers tarot card. That means trouble in paradise. And there’s plenty of trouble when she learns of a new wicked witch’s involvement in her boyfriend’s past. The Hawthorne Witch, Book III: Sometimes I’d rather shield my eyes than see darkness in light. Cadence stresses over the possibility of losing the love of her life as she plans to graduate from Hawthorne University. She’s also a bit distracted by a witch threatened with sacrificial murder and another murmuring to herself on a painted pentagram in her dorm room. Might the Abaddon witch be upsetting her plans?

Meet A.L. Hawke

A.L. Hawke is the author of the international bestselling Hawthorne University Witch series. The author lives in Southern California torching the midnight candle over lovers against a backdrop of machines, nymphs, magic, spice and mayhem. A.L. Hawke writes fantasy and romance spanning four thousand years, from pre-civilization to contemporary and beyond.

Book I Lovers, Players & the Seducer

Nicholas La Cour loves money. In the game of betrayer and betrayed he thinks his sister Lacey is the prefect target for his manipulative schemes to keep his financial ruin a secret. 
Gorgeous Lacey La Cour lost her hopeful and playful spirit after being dumped by her childhood sweetheart. Now an adult, she is strong and independent. 
Determined to find the answer to his money problems, Nicholas discovers his best friend Kienan Egan is strangely attracted to his sister Lacey. 
Does his sister’s love life hold the answers to all of his problems? 
Does Nicholas have the prefect plan?
A vengeful seduction is swept into play as tragic forces are unleashed in a dangerous game of deception and greed unlocking doors to the past. 
Will Lacey discover her brother’s deception before it’s too late?
When it’s all said and done it’s all about the well-heed things in life, family, friendships, affairs, revenge, and romance. 

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Two Months and Three Days

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A crazy mix of Fifty Shades of Grey, romance, and a detective story. A breathtaking contemporary romance series, fully complete. Read now!
As Arina, a nineteen-year-old veterinary school student in Moscow, wanders into a photo exhibition run by Maxim, the only son of a billionaire and a photographer specializing in the brutal side of visual arts, the air gets immediately charged with sexual tension. He offers her a contract for the next two months and three days. Both Arina and Maxim start on a life-changing romantic adventure.

She is struck by the cruelty and violence erupting from his world; he is dazzled by her innocence, beauty, and aloofness.
Maxim is a hot, talented, sophisticated, rich, and naughty billionaire. Somehow, he cannot think of anything but her.

But seeing through the fancy art exhibitions filled with billionaires, expensive restaurants, and private jets, step by step, she uncovers Maxim’s dark and dangerous past and comes to a conclusion: everything comes at a high price. His notes and sketches are frightening, and his mental health is on the verge of collapse. And to top it all, Arina and Maxim’s friends, families, and protectors insist on ending their relationship…

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Two Months and Three Days by Tatiana Vedenska is the opening book of the #SinisterRomance series. This contemporary romance is a deeply emotional, sensual, and steamy read, a brilliantly crafted story of a spoiled billionaire and an ordinary student that explores such themes as joy and pleasure versus happiness, belonging and identity, naivety versus experience, family bonds, and relationships.