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Midnight Magic with Mia Meade & Emilia Rose

Updated: Apr 17, 2022

Welcome to another Midnight Magic author interview! This time, we're chatting with Mia Meade & Emilia Rose.

What's the title of your book in Midnight Magic?

Witch Saved

Tell us a little bit about it!

Witch Saved is a dystopian paranormal romance about a woman sentenced to be a witch after attending the Selection Ceremony and meeting her fated mate. The Selection Ceremony is a ceremony all eighteen year olds attend to choose the paranormal powers that they’ll hone and use for the rest of their lives.

What's your main character like?

Breene grew up among werewolves, but fate has selected her to become a witch and be mated to the strongest mage alive.

Is it part of a bigger series or world?

In this dystopian future, you are born human but come into supernatural powers when you turn eighteen. The Selection Ceremony decides where you belong… and there is no turning back.

Breene grew up amongst wolves, only to end up chosen to be a witch. But stay tuned for Leia, who grew up amongst witches and realizes that she’s… something else?


Emilia: Mia Meade and I are creating a dystopian paranormal RH series in the coming months! Filled with sexy werewolves and magic-wielding mages, this world will be packed with steamy tension and a juicy plot. Stay tuned for more info!

I don't know about you, but this entire world sounds amazing. I can't wait to read Witch Saved. Be sure to preorder your copy of Midnight Magic here:

More about Emilia:

Emilia Rose is an international bestselling author of steamy paranormal romance.

Highly inspired by her study abroad trip to Greece in 2019, Emilia loves to include Greek and Roman mythology in her writing. She graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in psychology and a minor in creative writing in 2020 and now writes novels as her day-job.

With over 18 million combined story views online and a growing presence on reading apps, she hopes to inspire other young novelists with her story of growth and imagination, so that they go on to write the stories that need to be told.


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