Magnolia by P. Torres

teen romance


Eloi is a young man who is completing his last year of high school. He helps a young girl named Magnolia, who is referred to as a witch by all the students in his school.
Magnolia grants him three wishes. After this, the life of the young man changes completely.The witch grants him the three wishes. 

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Paranormal

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology

Language: English

Keywords: teens, teen, girl book, romance, witch

Word Count: 7.791

Sales info:

#2998 in Books > Teens > Romance > Fantasy
#3569 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Sword & Sorcery
#4214 in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Teen & Young Adult > Romance > Paranormal & Fantasy

Sample text:

I am Eloi, a nineteen-year-old high school student. I am an only child and I live with my parents in a home located in the city centre about 20 minutes from the school I attend.

This is my last year of high school. Here is my story:

I went to school with my friend Kurt. We walked up the gangway and we were standing next to the left wall. We were looking at all the students who came to the scene and among them was Leona, the girl of my dreams.


She was the most beautiful girl in the school.  She walked slowly. She was wearing a pink skirt and a white shirt. Her eyes were the color of the sky and her hair was as golden as the sun's light.

Every time she walked by me I sighed without volition, relieving my heart which always increased its rate. 

She passed in front of me without even looking at my face or even greeting me.


“She will never look at you,” my friend Kurt said, after seeing the total disregard of my beloved for me.

“I'll will date that girl!” I said.  I knew full well  that I was despised by the girl I love and my best friend mocked me because of this.


I started towards the classroom. Kurt came with me, walking beside me. All the students sat in their respective places. I sat right at the back and Kurt sat on a desk beside me.

  My eyes stopped on the first row where Leona was sitting.

Sometime later, in came a weird girl who wore black clothes.  Her black hair was messy. It seemed that she didn't comb her hair daily.



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