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Mythos Legacy #3

Ironclad Devotion

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Safeguarding her freedom, a faerie princess locks down her heart, but a blacksmith forges the key…

A faerie princess evading her fate…

Earth is no place for a faerie, but Kira can’t go home without dooming her people. Desperate to avoid the pull of her homeland, she fosters an abandoned girl, the child’s joy a source of much-needed energy.

A blacksmith with something to prove…

When Zachary Chase discovers he has a daughter, he’s determined to be part of his child’s life and not repeat his mother’s neglect. But to open the little girl’s heart, he must earn her foster mother’s trust.

One night is never enough…

Despite their rivalry, Kira and Zac’s desires tempt them into one no-consequences night. Yet the more passion flares between them, the more Kira risks destroying the life she’s carved out on Earth—and endangering those she cares about in both worlds.


Note: For adult readers--contains hot sex scenes, language, and edgy situations.

For an introduction to the Mythos Legacy world, check out the short story Unintended Guardian!

336 pages, Kindle Edition

First published October 28, 2015

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Jami Gold

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After building a Fortress of Solitude from books in her to-be-read pile, Jami Gold moved to Arizona and decided to become a writer, where she could put her talent for making up stuff to good use, including winning the 2015 National Readers’ Choice Award in Paranormal Romance for Ironclad Devotion.

Fueled by chocolate, she writes paranormal romance and urban fantasy tales that range from dark to humorous, but one thing remains the same: Normal need not apply. Just ask her family—and zombie cat.

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180 reviews7 followers
December 26, 2015
Excellent fantasy novel with a neat main character / heroine with lots of agency. Plus bikers with a heart. What's not to like?
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42 reviews6 followers
April 17, 2017
Ironclad Devotion is another winner from Jami Gold! I devoured this book, just like I did with Treasured Claim and Pure Sacrifice earlier this year.

The short version - Keeping promises is really really important. Not just promises to kids (althouh those are critical), but keep all your promises.

The characters in this story were well drawn and believable, as well as being hugely likable (or hate-able) due to their actions during the story. The settings were well drawn and easy to picture...

Other highlights... yummy showers, much better magical zoo trip than in the Mary Poppins book,generally great interactions between Fire Fairy and the animal kingdom, magic that all felt organic and real, consequences for decisions we make. I wish that the iron Dragon that Zac had made for Emily had come into play again in the climax (or somewhere).

Oh, and having your face melted off is still too good for some people.

This book wasn't quite as prone to make me go wake up hubby, but the sexy scenes were well written and quite hot. (blushes).

Highly Recommended!
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575 reviews
December 28, 2022
It's all about Magic .

This is a fantasy romance Full of magic and love. What is a magical princess to do when she can't touch iron... Fall in love with a blacksmith of course.
This is a great read with a caring person and a lonely guy. Together the come make a little girls dreams come true.

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194 reviews3 followers
July 9, 2017
Failed out, but for someone else it might be a good bad romance novel.

Like if early Mercedes Lackey wrote a hockey players aquire a baby book.
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