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Soul to Steal (From Smokeless Fire, #2)

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Shes stolen souls, shes stolen cars, but is Zahara foolish enough to lose her heart to her former enemy?

Zahara, a jinn whod rather go shopping than haunting, is back in the human world enjoying cool fashion, hot cars, and hotter menanything to avoid obsessing over Harut, the fallen angel who saved her life and stole her heart in Morocco. Besides, her usually disapproving
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Expected publication: May 21st 2020 by Tule Publishing
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M.A. Guglielmo is a neurosurgeon, mother of two awesome daughters, and a life-long fan of speculative fiction. Her Italian grandmother may or may not have been able to cast the evil eye on difficult neighbors, and Maria loves telling a good story, especially if magical curses and witty villains are involved.
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