Spellwrought   1 comment

Contains special bonus features: Character Biographies, Articles, and an exclusive 18,000 word short story, The Long Way ‘Round

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Spellwrought by Katica Locke
Genre: GLBT (M/M) Fantasy Romance
Length: 104,400 words

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“There is no such thing as evil magic, there are only evil mages.”

Spellwrought continues the story of Lark, an abused slave bought by the Traxen Mage to run his magic shop. When not aiding the villagers and making new friends, Lark struggles to fend off the advances of his master, Lord Sactaren, which grows increasingly more difficult as he gets to know the mysterious and alluring man. Is Sactaren’s true nature one of spells and seduction, or does a decent human being hide behind that flawless mask?

As Lark delves deeper into his master’s past, he can’t deny that Sactaren has committed his share of atrocities, but a man’s past does not dictate his future, does it? If a simple slave can learn to be a man, why can’t an evil mage change his ways? After all, power and riches and worldly pleasures mean nothing if a man has no soul.

But, drawn into the mage’s world of lust, magic and darkness, Lark discovers first-hand how seductive power can be.

Katica Locke Interviews Rayne and Belaeden

Katica Locke Interviews Vaelen

Katica Locke Interviews Tam


Posted March 11, 2015 by katicalocke

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  1. Hello, I just wanted to say that I have been a fan of yours for quite a few years now. I am completely in love with the world you’ve created for your stories. I have read everything you have posted on all of your websites and I just wanted to tell you what an amazing author you are. The first story I read of yours was Empathetic Magic and ever since, it has been one of my all time favorite stories (and I’ve read thousands of stories). I have read Empathetic Magic about a dozen times now and have recommended it to all of my friends. There is a part in it where Tony tells Lord Massene he is gay and the translation charm doesn’t pick up the word, he tells Tony that they don’t have a word for that and that its just a type that you’re attracted to. I’ve always had gay friends and family members and never gave it a second thought that they were gay, because I didn’t care. It’s not my business who others are attracted to, in my household being gay was something you were born as, either you were gay or you weren’t (it didn’t make a difference if you were or not). But until I read that particular part in your story, I never saw being gay as just another type you are attracted to, like only liking blonds or red heads, I think I just saw it as either your gay or straight. Your story altered my whole world view when it came to attraction. I realized that I have only found myself truly attracted to only a few men but have also found myself attracted to a few women (though I am attracted to men more than women). I no longer believe there are just gay people, bi people, and straight people, I think that we believe ourselves to be something because of the way we are taught, when there is so much more than that. I believe that the words gay and straight should no longer exist, and your story is what brought on these beliefs. I don’t know if I’m explaining this right or not, I just wanted to tell you how much I appreciate your stories. Though the reason I wanted to write this to begin with was to ask if you are going to be publishing the third magebound series book? I feel like I read somewhere that you were going to publish it March 2016 (but not sure) for some reason so I’ve been checking Amazon weekly for any new stories. I’m in love with the magebound books, you have written them so well that I couldn’t imagine someone Not loving them. Anyways, I know this comment is getting pretty long so I’ll end it; I hope to hear back from you soon. Thank you so much for writing your stories. 🙂

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