Winner - National Excellence in Romance Fiction Award
A Whimsical Tale of Fantasy and Romance
It's been one of those weeks for Joy.
One night she's in the middle of dyeing her hair, the next dueling wizards zap her New Jersey town's power grid with red lightning.
Then a troublemaking, ditsy fairy shows up in her home. A fairy!
Followed by a handsome man suffering from a damsel-in-distress curse who pops into her kitchen.
And she still has lesson plans to write and papers to grade. What's a teacher to do?
If that wasn't bad enough, a magic mirror sucks her to the secret fantasy town of Peace & Prosperity, home of the handsome mayor and the fairy. The place is under a spell, thanks to the dueling wizards, and only she, a person with no magic, can save everyone.
And that's just the beginning of her week.
Will she ever get rid of that pesky fairy? Will she ever find a way home? What is she going to do with the sexy, hot mayor of a town that has dwarfs, elves, and trolls running around? She can't deny his kisses cast their own sensuous form of magic, tempting her to give up her ordinary life and home and stay with him. But she still has to get to that horrendous morning meeting with her principal who disapproves of her innovative teaching methods. Not to mention the wizards are still dueling, still creating danger for Peace & Prosperity.
But, wow, that good-looking mayor sure can kiss.
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About the Author
Born and raised in New Jersey near New York City, she attended the University of Wyoming and fell in love with the wide-open sky, the high plains, the friendly laid-back people of Wyoming, and a certain cowboy from a ranch near Sundance. She now lives in a small town outside of Cheyenne with her husband and enjoys spending time with her sons, daughter-in-law, and three rambunctious grandchildren.
As with most of her stories, she enjoys putting her characters in unusual danger, adding twists and turns to the plot, and then figuring out how to save them in the nick of time. Inserting humor, romance, odd characters, and interesting locales adds to her joy of writing.