Title: Aether Magic
Series: Elements of Twilight #2
Author: Isobelle Carmichael
Genre: Adult Paranormal Harem Romance
Release Date: July 21, 2019
Our pack is in ruins, ravaged by a traitor who left us to pick up the pieces.
My people need my help to rebuild, yet something went very wrong that night, and I’m not the same wolf I used to be.
Now, Iâ€™m being forced into the Underworld in a desperate attempt to unravel the darkness coiling within me.
The only creature able to prevent my magical overload is a malevolent succubus who is sure to demand something in return.
And the way she ogles my men makes it clear sheâ€™s not to be trusted.
Let her look at me like Iâ€™m her next meal. She has no idea who sheâ€™s dealing with.
With my parents whisked into the Void, I have a pack to take care of, and Elders who will stop at nothing to kill me.
But my troubles donâ€™t stop there.
The five delicious men I love are battling demons of their own and need me more than ever.
Can I be the alpha everyone is counting on, or will my failure tear our pack part?
The chaos continues as the Elements of Twilight series races towards its heart-stopping conclusion with Aether Magic, written by Isobelle Carmichael.
Aether Magic is a #whychoose style novel. These books have potentially triggering elements and explicit scenes. This book has FMMMM, MM, FF BDSM, as well as dark themes.
I’m Isobelle, a writer from Northern Virginia. I’ve been reading and writing for as long as I can remember. However, it wasn’t until I crossed in that magical world known as my 30’s that I shook off the last vestiges of fear and dove head first into my writing career. I started writing in September 2018 and fell in love. I hope you enjoy my stories because I pour a piece of myself into every page. I started this journey as a passion project, and to prove myself right.. Everyone deserves to live out there dreams. When not writing I’m also a fan of cooking, musical theatre and spoiling my dog. I love reverse harem, dark paranormal, urban fantasy and fantasy. I listen to my muse and write what she gives me.
My fondest wish is to write for all sorts of different people. I want to be very inclusive in my writing because I feel like thereâ€™s a place for that. I think that everybody should be able to pick up a book and find somebody they identify with. I want to write characters that are real, even if theyâ€™re in a fantastical world. Which means, touching on subjects that might be disturbing to some, but is a way of life to others. Life isn’t all rainbows and lollipops. We have to go through a storm once in a while. That’s what makes the reward sweeter!