Divine Rivals - Letters of Enchantment Book 1 (Hardback)Rebecca Ross (author)
Gods, love and the principles of good journalism abound in this quicksilver romantic fantasy that pitches two budding reporters into a dangerous magical war.
No god, no creature, no war can come between them.
When two young rival journalists find love through a magical connection, their fate depends on their facing the depths of hell... together.
After centuries of sleep, the gods are warring again...
All eighteen-year-old Iris Winnow wants to do is hold her family together. With a brother on the frontline forced to fight on behalf of the Gods now missing from the frontline and a mother drowning her sorrows, Iris's best bet is winning the columnist promotion at the Oath Gazette.
But when Iris's letters to her brother fall into the wrong hands - that of the handsome but cold Roman Kitt, her rival at the paper - an unlikely magical connection forms.
Expelled into the middle of a mystical war, magical typewriters in tow, can their bond withstand the fight for the fate of mankind and, most importantly, love?
An epic enemies-to-lovers fantasy novel filled with hope and heartbreak, and the unparalleled power of love.
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 368
Weight: 580 g
Dimensions: 240 x 159 x 35 mm
'Rich and romantic - if stories had scent, this one would smell like a mug of black tea, the ink ribbons of a typewriter, and that addictive spice called enemies to lovers' - Shelby Mahurin
'A sweeping start to a beautiful and romantic new series. Ross weaves her stories in such a vulnerable and delicate way, truly with a style all her own. I adored this book' - Adalyn Grace
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