Magnetic Press and Harlequin Deliver 4 New Digital Comics

ComiXology has four new digital comics for you today. There’s two each from Harlequin and Magnetic Press and you can get them all here or the individual issues below!

The Cop And The Chorus Girl

Written by Nancy Martin
Art by Akira Fujiwara
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“From this moment, you are my knight!” says an insanely gorgeous yet wild-looking bride with a gun pointed at Flynn. When he looks closely, he recognizes her as the one and only Dixie Davis, also known as the Texas Tornado and the world’s sexiest woman. Suddenly, Flynn finds himself agreeing to be her personal bodyguard in order to protect her from a notorious gang boss who is infatuated with her. Though he is hesitant at first, he soon comes to see the many adorable facets of the mysterious Dixie Davis and cannot keep his eyes off her! I don’t want to let you go, my Texas Tornado!

The Cop And The Chorus Girl

Claiming His Wedding Night Consequence

Written by Abby Green
Art by Maoko Nagasaki
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I have no place to go if the bank takes the house I grew up in. Facing the huge debt her parents left her, Chiara is at a loss. She has never called anywhere else home and is scared to leave. When wealthy Nico shows up, wanting to purchase the estate, he tells her that she will have to marry him if she wants to keep living there. Unable to see another option, she agrees. On their wedding night, Chiara cannot resist temptation and gives her handsome Italian husband her virginity!

Claiming His Wedding Night Consequence

Irena Vol. 2 #3: Warsaw Life

Written by JD Morvan, Séverine Tréfouël
Art by David Evrard
Colored by Walter
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1947. Although Nazi Germany has fallen, the nightmare is not over for the Jews of Europe. Persecuted by the Communists and abandoned by the Allies, their road to the promised land of Israel still looks like a long ordeal… Young Oliwka discovers this reality when she is suddenly told as a child that she had been entrusted as a baby to an adoptive family during the war. Her real identity had been changed to escape Nazi persecution, and her real name is Astar Berkenbaum… and she is in fact Jewish. Like thousands of children, she owes her life to one woman: Irena Sendlerowa. This poignant series tells us about the extraordinary fate of one of the greatest heroines of the Second World War.

Irena Vol. 2 #3: Warsaw Life

KLAW Vol. 3 #18: Panic in Detroit

Written by Antoine Ozanam
Art by Joël Jurion
Colored by Yoann Guillé
Cover by Joël Jurion
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As the various Dizhis try to master their powers and amass control, the totem spirits themselves start to fight back… If they decide to abandon mankind, what will happen next?

KLAW Vol. 3 #18: Panic in Detroit

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