My Blind Date is a Warlock by Daphne Bloom

A Paranormal Romance

Magic. Mayhem. And a little romance!

My blind date is a warlock

Sophia is smart, beautiful, talented—and the only woman in a long and powerful lineage of witches with no powers of her own!

Growing up in a town full of supernatural creatures wasn't easy. The last thing she'd ever do is date a warlock.

Or so she thought...

My Blind Date is a Warlock is a fun, quirky, and clean paranormal romance for all readers! It is the second book in the Love is Blind series, but each book can be read independently.

Genre: FICTION / Romance / Paranormal / Witches

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Romance / Contemporary

Language: English

Keywords: paranormal romance, contemporary romance, fantasy romance, witch romance, romantic comedy, romantic suspense

Word Count: 52869

Sales info:

This is a new release in a 4 book series with strong, steady sales. 

Sample text:

“Have you ever thought about how weird the English language is? It has all these phrases from other languages across the world and tries to pass them off as its own. Don’t even get me started on all the weird expressions and metaphors,” I mused out loud, a little drunk off sugary goodness. Note to self, next time I think having more than two bowls of Ben and Jerry’s caramel chew-chew is a good idea, I’ll impale my hand with my spoon. There was a slightly tingly feeling zipping up and down my body and making me feel like I’d drank a bottle full of gran’s favorite Gunpowder Irish Gin, and the jury’s still out on whether this was a good thing or not. It made me feel a little bit trippy, hence the reason why I’d been vegging out on the couch for the last twenty minutes, contemplating the complexities of the English language instead of focusing on the mountain of work waiting for me.

“What are you talking about?” My sister’s exasperated voice piped up from the other side of the line, her impatience seeping through loud and clear. My eyes felt heavy as they looked down at the caller ID on my cell phone. I had her on speaker because my entire body felt heavier and more sluggish than usual, as if I was wading against the current or in a vat of molten tar.

“I mean expressions like ‘strike while the iron is hot.’ I’m twenty-four and I’m just figuring out now that the saying comes from the craft of blacksmithing—you know, like how they had to literally strike the iron while it’s hot to mold it. Which makes me wonder where expressions like ‘shoehorning something’ come from.” I sighed and sunk deeper into my couch. For something that I bought secondhand online, it felt like the most comfortable place on earth.

Book translation status:

The book is available for translation into any language except those listed below:

Already translated. Translated by Cristina López

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