Claiming the Enchantress

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Mila wakes in an unfamiliar place. All she can recall from before is that she was surrounded by a pack of Lycaen. One werewolf wanted to Claim her, while another attempted to save her. Most of what happened after she can’t remember, but she’s running a fever.

Problem is? Mila doesn’t get sick. She has never felt like this before. She can’t figure out where the sickness came from.

She’s alone in a mountain home, snow falling outside, and in walks a man she didn’t want to see.

The werewolf isn’t alone. And the pack has a plan for her. Do they honestly think being a prisoner will make her more compliant?

Think again.

This Enchantress won’t be Claimed that easy.


Series Title:  Enchanting the Moon

  1. Don’t Go Far
  2. Witness to the Moon
  3. Claiming the Enchantress

This series is part of the Dark Moon Dynasty Universe. At the bottom of this page you’ll find all the books connected to the DMDU world.

Genre: Paranormal Romance, Paranormal Thriller, Supernatural Thriller, Romantic Suspense, Speculative Fiction , Dark Fantasy


Where to Purchase

Digital

HTTPS://BOOKS2READ.COM/KIMIVERSONCLAIMINGTHEENCHANTRESS

(If the store you want isn’t listed, manually search on the site itself.)

Paperback can be found at all major retailers and many smaller stores.


Read the First Chapter here –
https://darkmoondynastyuniverse.com/2020/08/29/claiming-the-enchantress-chapter-one/


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Note – I wrote Witness to the Moon, Law of the Beast, Claiming the Enchantress, and Birth of a Princess in a 3D fashion. What does that mean? It means that you can read the other character’s POV in the other character’s series. You don’t have to read each side to enjoy the individual series, but it does provide more information to the storylines and the character arcs if you read both sides. As well as the Dark Moon Dynasty Universe world in general.

Read both Witness to the Moon and Law of the Beast to get both sides of many of the scenes that take place in those books.

Read Claiming the Enchantress and Birth of a Princess to get both sides of many of those scenes.



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