A Treasured Find

by Calvin Westbrook

A Treasured Find - Calvin Westbrook
Part of the Treasured series:
  • A Treasured Find
Editions:Kindle: £ 1.49

It definitely wasn't a question of whether Caleb preferred searching for treasure, or being with his fiancé, because Caleb had grown to love his extracurricular activities far more than his future husband.

Young witch, Caleb Grimaldi, has spent most of his adult life in effective exile after his father committed a cardinal sin against the magical community. This social stigma has effectively blacklisted Caleb from any jobs in the magical world. Despite this, he manages to regain some favour by becoming engaged to the powerful sorcerer Michael DeGhast.

Thanks to Michael’s influence, Caleb is able to earn a living both as a caretaker, and as a treasure hunter who specialises in recovering supernatural artefacts. This leads to an invitation to attend an event which is being held by a highly respected treasure hunter named Zarik Zenbar. Way out of his depth, Caleb finds himself surrounded by a group of elitist hunters and magical chancers who will do anything to get their hands on the enchanted merchandise.

What Caleb doesn’t know, is that a treasure lies in wait that is more powerful than anything he could imagine, and has the potential to change his life forever.

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Pairings: MM
Heat Level: 2
Romantic Content: 2
Ending: Click here to reveal
Character Identities: Gay
Protagonist 1 Age: 18-25
Protagonist 2 Age: Ageless/Immortal
Tropes: Age Difference, Fated Mates / Soul Mates, Love Can Heal / Redemption, Rescue
Languages Available: English
Series Type: Continuous / Same Characters
Excerpt:

Looking out of the train window, Caleb couldn't believe that it was finally happening. He had been dreaming about the event on Arazure Island for the past several weeks, doing his best not to antagonise Michael in case the sorcerer changed his mind about allowing him to come. Although they weren't exactly the best of friends, the sorcerer did occasionally offer the man praise for his accomplishments, and once or twice Caleb even saw him use the vacuum to clean every floor in the flat. Best of all, Michael had been slightly more amicable since Caleb had voiced his feelings, a possibility which Caleb believed would never come to pass.

They had been travelling for over just under an hour, crossing the border from the Shyrelande into the human world and back several times. Arazure Island was situated about fifteen miles off the north coast of Devon, so they would need to use a portal which had been built in a nearby town in order to reach their intended destination.

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They could have used a spell to transport themselves to the island, but Michael refused to expend the energy needed to travel such a distance, and was too cheap to hire alternative transport just for one afternoon. They were going by train because a friend of Michael's father got them complimentary first class seats, away from the people who were crammed into the remaining carriages like sardines in a tin.

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Reviews:Diane F. Adams on Amazon wrote:

I don't write many reviews but after reading treasured finds I had to, It takes place in a harry potter type of magical world with witches sorcerers genies i loved it! its definitely a book one type of ending, not really a clif hanger but not a happy ever after that i wanted, but it worked, i will be waiting very impatiently for the next book, do i recommend? heck yeah! i think youll love it too!


About the Author

My name is Calvin Westbrook and I have recently taken to writing supernatural fiction with the majority of them focusing on M/M pairings. I hope you enjoy your visit to my site and if you like my work, please share it with your friends. My favourite kinds of supernatural creatures are vampires, genies and werewolves. If you know of any eBook that has these kinds of beings in, please let me know because I would love to see it.


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