The Immortal Queen Tsubame: Awakening


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In a world where magic is kept secret from the broader non-magic population, for a single powerful sorceress like MaLeila, the rule is to attach yourself to one of the secretly ruling magical families who hide behind notorious fame and big corporate businesses, devote yourself to the Magic Council, or open yourself up to be attacked by magical creatures and dark sorcerers who attempt to destroy powerful sorcerers and sorceresses like MaLeila who are a possible threat to the magical social order.

But no one wants to help the black girl that inherited the most powerful magic and magical items in the world from the powerful western sorcerer Claude Thorne, so for the most part the magical world turns a blind eye while MaLeila tries her best to live a normal life while growing stronger every day in her magic as she fights and fends off magical creatures and dark sorcerers and sorceresses who want bragging rights for killing the heir to the most powerful sorcerer in the world. With her two guardians—Bastet and Devdan, both inherited from Claude (sort of)—at her side, over the six years since she found the book, she manages to keep her attackers at bay.

Enter Tsubame.

No one knows who she is. She’s so unknown that she’s not even in the council’s registry of magical users that dates back over a thousand years. So after MaLeila’s first encounter with the woman, the Magic Council sends Marcel Brant, a charming blue-eyed blond man who seems to be much more interested in seducing MaLeila than he is interested in figuring out who Tsubame may be much to Bastet’s and Devdan’s apprehension. At first MaLeila thinks the woman wants her dead like every other magic user she encounters, but Tsubame has far bigger ambitions than killing MaLeila. She plans to take the entire world by a storm and rule the remains. And in order to find out what the woman is up to and stop her, MaLeila will have to integrate herself into the world that has for so long shunned her but all of a sudden might certainly need her.

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