The Witch’s Game, an all new fantasy romance with endless twist and first book in the Endless Magic Online series from USA Today bestselling author Karpov Kinrade is available now!
From USA Today Bestselling Author of Vampire Girl comes a new kind of fantasy romance adventure. Escape into Endless Magic Online, a world unlike any other, where love, mystery, adventure and magic await!
I never got my letter to Hogwarts, and I never found a wardrobe to Narnia. So when my best friend convinced me to try a new virtual reality fantasy game… promising me magical adventures my childhood self would have given anything for… I can’t say no.
I expected something fun, but fleeting. A temporary escape from the daily grind.
I didn’t expect the game to feel more real than real life.
I didn’t expect to meet four sexy brothers with secrets in–and out of–the game.
And I definitely didn’t expect to get trapped in this virtual reality with my very life on the line.
Endless Magic Online has been taken over by a virus, one bent on killing players.
Only a witch can stop it.
The problem? I’m level 1. And I’m the Last Witch left.
If this entire world is hoping I’ll save it… I have a lot of work to do.
Time to level up.
Start the game today!
Amazon Worldwide: http://mybook.to/WitchsGame
Apple Books: https://apple.co/2VG2hH8
Kobo Books: https://bit.ly/2VKwViQ
About Karpov Kinrade
Karpov Kinrade is the pen name for the husband and wife entertainment duo Lux and Dmytry Karpov-Kinrade, aka The KK Duo.
Together, they write award-winning, internationally and USAT bestselling books, make music, create art, write screenplays and direct — all the things.
Look for more from Karpov Kinrade in the Vampire Girl series, The Nightfall Chronicles and The Forbidden Trilogy. If you’re looking for their suspense and romance titles, you’ll find those under Alex Lux.
Check out their music by clicking on the Music tab.
They live in wine country California with their three offspring who have crazy creative genius oozing out of them in the form of music, art, performance, and all the things, and too many cats who all think they rule the world (spoiler alert: they do).
Connect with Karpov