Lord protector of whores, thieves, sorcerers, and deviants.
Owning a parcel of land the railroad needs to cross means Edward gets to run the border town around the station as he sees fit. What starts as a place to indulge his varied appetites becomes a haven to society’s castoffs, and if Edward encourages legends about its founder to flourish, well, he’s not so much a liar as a man who wants to protect all the cultures living in peace. Being mayor means folks might ignore his vices, but they also expect him to fix what goes wrong.
When a crushing heat wave and drought threaten not only the town’s diverse holiday celebrations but its very existence, Edward must turn to the one man he’d rather french kiss a timber rattler than face—the icily elegant Cantonese mage Edward walked out on but never stopped loving.
Mages, addiction, drought and second chances.
Four words to describe this little magical tale.
Stunning mage Shu holds Edward, the founder of Colina de Lavanda, at distance… his heart can’t handle him.
Edward couldn’t stay with just one guy so Shu put him aside.
With the ongoing drought Edward has to ask Shu for help…
Amazing description of a wonderful scenery. The main characters were well put down, a flawed mayor and a graceful, elegant mage. An undeniable love and attraction. A nice solution to solve the drought and a sweet reuniting. This all woven together with some magic and here you got it: Colina de Lavanda. I did like this tale.
Number of stars out 4 of 5
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