Rogue Magic by Kit Brisby #mm #review @RiptideBooks

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While trapped in a stalled subway train on his morning commute, PR rep Byron Cole flirts with Levi, a young waiter with adorable curls. But Byron’s hopes for romance crash and burn when Levi saves him from a brutal explosion—with outlawed magic.

When Levi is imprisoned, Byron begins to question everything he’s ever believed. How can magic be evil when Levi used it to save dozens of lives? So Byron hatches a plan to save Levi that will cost him his job and probably his life. If he doesn’t pull it off, Levi will be put to death.

Byron discovers that he isn’t the only one questioning America’s stance on magic. And he learns that Levi is stubborn, angry, and utterly enchanting. Time is running out, though. Byron must convince Levi to trust him, to trust his own magic, and to fight against the hatred that’s forced him to hide his true nature his entire life. The more Levi opens up, the harder Byron falls. And the more they have to lose. addtogoodreads_zps55cd15da14April's Showering Words

Byron was raised to think free magic was a criminal offense.  So imagine when he is saved by the cute Levi, how confused he is.  The more he thinks about it the more he doesn’t think 2hat he’s been told is the truth.

Levi has run from his magic since he was a child.  He actually scared himself when he automatically saved a bunch of people.  He knew he was going to be punished until possibly death.
I think this is a great book that deals with prejudice, granted the public is afraid of magic.  The way that the characters deal with all the problems that creep up is genuinely an act of magic.  With all the  chaos going on they still find a way to fall in love!  With the help of their friends they try to show the population that magic is just another sense or ability.
A good book that will entertain you for the length of time it takes you to read it!

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