Sometimes magic is not enough.
Sometimes you need Loyalty and Love.
Eight of Swords, The Eye of Khalisa is the pulse-pounding first book in the Eight of Swords trilogy. A fast-paced YA paranormal thriller packed with intrigue, danger, and romance.
Mirela is a 17 year-old Gypsy girl in World War II Germany whose paranormal powers are just beginning to manifest themselves. The Nazi’s reign of terror has begun and they have killed her grandmother and kidnapped her young friends. To bring back her friends and keep her family safe she must confront not only the Nazis but the demon they have summoned, a demon that seeks revenge for Mirela’s ancestors entrapping it in a dark mirror for nearly 300 years.
Her paranormal powers are growing but are still no match for the demon. She has allied herself with a young German boy that she barely knows and is not sure she can completely trust him. As the two set off on a quest to find her kidnapped friends and recover the stolen Eye of Khalisa, they are plunged into a desperate life or death race against time.
The tale suitable for everyone from Teen & Young Adult and up is an historical fiction loaded with non-stop action, imaginative plotting, and clever twists in an unnerving, tightly-woven story about loyalty and the power of love that will keep you guessing until the very last page. Free on Kindle.
Browse more novels like "Eight of Swords: The Eye of Khalisa" on lostinromancebooks.com. Our Kindle romance selection changes daily, and all of the books we feature are discounted or free. Check back when you need your next romance novel fix.
A little disclaimer about Kindle book prices: The price of "Eight of Swords: The Eye of Khalisa" was accurate on February 27th, 2019, when this post was published. However, if you are viewing this on a later date it may no longer be accurate. Additionally, Amazon ebook prices can and do change frequently and without notice. Double check the price of any Kindle book before you buy it. Purchased a Kindle book by accident? The Kindle return process is simple, just following these instructions.