Power of Fate
Series: Mystic Harbor
Book Number: 1
Release Date: 11th Feb 2022
The average rating for this book is 4.5 out of 5
Trigger Warning Abuse Trigger Warning Abuse - Emotional Trigger Warning Abuse - Past Trigger Warning Abuse - Physical Trigger Warning Childhood Trauma Trigger Warning Medical Trauma
Genre Paranormal Kink DP Kink Group Sex Kink Knotting Burn Medium Build Fast Build Harem Size Large Harem (7+) Trope Fated Mates Trope Omegaverse Form Elves Form Fae Form Gargoyles Form Incubus Form Shifters Form Sirens Form Unique Shifters Form Witches, Warlocks & Mages Form Wolves POV 1st Person POV POV Multiple POV Age FMC in their 20s Tense Present Store Availability Kindle Unlimited Abused Female Age Gap Alphas Brothers Harem Evolves Over Time Insta-Lust Jealous/Possessive MMC Law Enforcement LGBTQIA+ Character Magic Marking Mixed Species Harem MM Naive Quirky Threesome Twins Virgin FMC Virgin MMC
My name is Ella Vance, and I’m not crazy.
Supernaturals are real.
No one believes me, especially my family who would rather lock me away for it.
Now I find myself in Mystic Harbor looking for a fresh start and that’s all in the past. This is my opportunity to find out who I am and finally do what I’ve always wanted to do. With a new journal in hand, I can finally start writing the stories that have always filled my head.
Any hopes of flying under the radar are quickly dashed when I realize that I’m the only human in Mystic Harbor, and I’ve caught the attention of quite a few residents.
But what’s so special about a human omega with absolutely no filter?
When things get weird, I mean weirder, I end up bonding with not one, not three, but seven mates who help me realize that maybe I’m not so human after all. With my newfound magic going crazy and figuring out how to be in a relationship, I realize quickly I’m in over my head.
Of course, fate doesn’t stop there. The stories I’ve been writing are coming to life and I have no clue how to stop it. The local witches call for help and my entire world is flipped upside down.
I’m not sure how I ended up in this town, but it’s quickly becoming clear that I’ve finally found somewhere I belong. Now I just need to figure out how my stories are coming to life and what we’re going to do to stop it.
No big deal, right?