A Beauty of Magic The Crystal Ball by Ronald Guadamuz
In this humorous fantasy YA adventure, a young womanizer is taught a lesson and learns to treat women with respect.
A personal message from the author:
I wrote this book to start a new fantasy novel for fun and adventure. To also look into the meaning of real love and the consequences of lust. All in a romantic comedy that involves magic.
— Ronald Guadamuz
Ian is a teenaged boy who loves girls for the pleasures they bring. One summer, he meets a strange and mysterious girl named Lucy, who asks him to travel to Russia to do her a favor—to locate a crystal ball and return it to her as a prize for her love.
He accepts the task, and soon wildly bizarre events start happening. He enters a magical realm deep in the Russian forest, and encounters fearsome creatures along his way. Fortunately, he bumps into a young witch named Nina, who saves him from the vicious monsters.
As the two continue the adventure and retrieve the crystal ball, Nina falls madly in love with the brave and charming Ian. She follows him back to the United States and soon causes magical chaos due to her extreme jealousy of the other girls around him. She brews a magical love potion for Ian to drink so she can have him all to herself.
Unfortunately, the love potion doesn’t have the desired effect; instead it turns Ian into an attractive young woman. Panicked, angry, and confused, Ian has only 90 days to reverse the spell before the change becomes permanent. Ian, Nina, and a few other friends must travel to strange new worlds on another dangerous quest to find a cure that will turn Ian back into a boy. But things get far worse when the crystal ball suddenly explodes with negative magic from within, leading to a global problem that extends far beyond Ian's condition.
Young adult readers and fans of Harry Potter are sure to enjoy this page-turning fantasy adventure.Amazon
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