Fantasy

A runaway fairy accidentally transports Joy Flint to the fantasy town of Peace & Prosperity. As a public school teacher, Joy has learned to roll with the punches and be flexible, so exploring a town full of elves, dwarfs, trolls, Sasquatch, sprites, and a family of Cyclopes should be fun compared to the terrors of her classroom. Except for two glaring problems: the magical town is in the midst of a dangerous wizard duel, and she can’t find a way back home.

On the Peace side of town, its mayor, Harradorn, suffers from a damsel-in-distress curse. Every time the unwelcome outsider gets into trouble, the curse forces him to rescue her. It doesn’t help that all outsiders like Joy are forced to stay forever to insure the town’s secrecy. Still, with every rescue, his heart is glad she’s not going anywhere.

With a bit of trickery and a wizard’s help, Joy escapes. But with a fairy still living with her, nothing is that simple. Harradorn shows up. His town has fallen under a horrific spell and Joy holds the key to releasing them. It’s risky. Deadly. Even if they succeed, one last evil lurks that may prevent this tale from having a happy ending.

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In the Crazy Mythological Town of Peace & Prosperity Nothing Is as It Seems

Getting her fortune told by a crystal ball reader was supposed to be fun. And Merry needed fun after her fiancé dumped her. When the seer is asked to find Merry the love of her life, the one she’ll live happily ever after with, Merry figures: What could go wrong?

Everything

Her true love lives in a weird town called Peace & Prosperity and is tall, dark, and handsome. That fits the sheriff, who claims to be a werewolf, and the town’s pirate mayor Rick. As for the town’s wizard…Yep, he’s tall, dark, and maybe handsome. Tough to tell because he always keeps his face covered. Next time she’s asking for a name.

And what’s with all these fairies flying around?

Unbeknownst to Merry, when she was getting her fortune told, Mayor Rick was getting his fortune told, too. The seer, who has never been wrong, foresaw Merry’s arrival and that she would destroy his town.

Rick is instantly attracted to Merry. When events indicate she may be an unwitting threat to the community, Rick realizes he must get rid of her to save his town. In the end, he must choose: fall in love with Merry and leave his beloved town, or send Merry away forever.

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The Trouble with Wizards