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   Sorcerer, by Richard Wagner  
 
  Novel, first publication in August 2000
 
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      Burgundy O’Brien had left her family and friends to move to Tampa to start a new life and a new career. Instead what she found was danger and mystery in the company of the strangest and most captivating man she had ever known. He called himself Conrad and he was beautiful and desirable beyond all other men and she loved him desperately. But even though she loved him she knew that he was not like other men. Like other men would wear a cloak Conrad wore an aura of power that terrified her even while it fascinated her. And he could do things that she couldn’t even begin to understand.

    She couldn’t imagine that there was anyone else like him in all the world but she was wrong. There were more like him and they had power that numbed her mind and froze her soul and when she learned that these others wanted her dead she knew her only hope lay with Conrad. But could even Conrad save her? She didn’t even know if she could trust him. She didn’t even know who he was! But she was about to learn and that journey would take her from the very dawn of time to Paradise and to the gates of Hell itself.

     
     
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  • Magic - Magicians - Sorcerers - Witches - Wizards
  • Romance - Love Story

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