Magebound   10 comments

Smashwords and CreateSpace editions contain special Bonus Features: Character Biographies, Articles, and an exclusive 13,000 word short story, The Trouble With Feelings

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Magebound by Katica Locke
Genre: GLBT (M/M) Fantasy Romance
Length: 104,000 words/216 pages

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Fantasy that defies convention. Romance that ignores boundaries. A story that speaks to the heart of humanity. Magebound begins an epic journey, not to save a universe, but to heal one man’s broken soul.

A slave since the age of eight, Lark has been brutalized and victimized for almost as long as he can remember. When he finds himself the property of Lord Naeven Sactaren, a man as frightening as he is beautiful, his world is turned completely upside down as he’s thrown into a new life of magic, obstacles, and quirky friends that force him to change in ways he never thought he could.

Inexplicably drawn to his master, Lark struggles against his own fears and desires as he works side by side with the seductive mage. Never has he been so enchanted by anyone, which raises a frightening question: Would Lord Sactaren bewitch his slave in order to lure him into his bed?

In a world where sex is magic and lust is power, can Lark trust what he feels, or has he simply been Magebound?

Want to know more about the characters? Check out these interviews!

Katica Locke Interviews Lark Arren

Katica Locke Interviews Schaff

 Katica Locke Interviews Lord Naeven Sactaren


Posted June 8, 2011 by katicalocke

10 responses to “Magebound

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  1. Any chance this series will be made available in eBook format? I have it in print but I’d love a copy for my eBook reader.

  2. Will further installments of Magebound ever become available? I noticed you have teasers on your fictionpress, but couldn’t find any other reference to those books.

    • I’m hoping so. I’m trying to decide if I should try to get another publisher, or just self-publish Magebound and its sequels myself on Smashwords. The first two books are ready, the third needs editing, and the fourth and fifth need some rewriting before editing. Sorry for the late reply, I was on vacation 🙂

  3. I can’t wait until the next in the Magebound series is published. A lot of the gay fantasy I find is pretty shallow, and I have to really dig to find something with an actual story-line. This was one that made me laugh at a slave’s sense of irony and cry for his lost chances.

    • Thank you so much! I’m glad you enjoyed it. I’m a big fan of stories with plot, so that’s what I try to write

      I’m planning to release the next book close to the re-release of Magebound, hopefully near the middle of 2014.

  4. is magebound going to be available anytime soon online? id love to have the kindle version.

  5. wanted to let you know that i updated the interview we did with your new cover for “Mage Bound” and adjusted the link from the paperback version on amazon to your smashwords link. hope that’s okay.

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