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The Cake (Elemental Superpowers) by A.J.…

The Cake (Elemental Superpowers)

by A.J. Llewellyn

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Released today at Total-E-Bound, this is the first book in a hot new m/m series that I'm writing with A.J. Llewellyn. Needless to say, the reader advisory is to be taken very seriously: "This book contains mouth-watering descriptions of cupcakes and hot references to other foods."

Anyway, back to the series: Elemental Superpowers have existed since the beginning of time. Their sources are Fire, Water, Air and Earth. Certain members of the supernatural world are linked to these forces – exhibiting the special ‘talents’ caused by them. The Secret Council is in charge of keeping law and order – with the help of Branch Councils that make laws, a Superpower Court that upholds those laws, and Elemental Marshals to enforce them.

Each story in this series explores one of the Elements – what can go wrong when they are abused, how the natural world reacts when superpowers come into play, and the lengths to which some will go to remain hidden from view.

This first book is about Daine Paradis, who bakes the best cupcakes in San Francisco. When he gets accused of using Superpowers that he doesn't even know he has, Phillip Sedgwick is handed the case. He works for an unusual law firm: Arden, Bainbridge, Chinook and Damek is the supernatural world’s most prestigious company, protecting, and often prosecuting, members of the supernatural world for various crimes and infractions. Daine is proud that he’s been able to keep his father’s bakery going and has made it a huge success. Weird things start happening, and hard work no longer seems enough to stay in business. When he meets Phillip the sparks fly, but will the two men be able to solve the case before everything goes up in flames?

If you are interested, you can find an excerpt and purchase the e-book at Total-E-Bound.

We hope you will enjoy reading this book, and its future sequels, as much as we enjoyed writing it.

Serena and AJ
  SerenaYates | Oct 14, 2017 |
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