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A Place of Magic

A Place of Magic Merrie Destefano Genre: Fantasy, Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Fantasy Publisher: Ruby Slipper Press Date of Publication: October 12, 2021 ASIN:B09FNSVKZJ Number of pages:320 Word Count: 73,000 Cover Artist: Elona Bezooshko, Psycat Digital Ink & Motion Book Description: Halloween is the wrong time to visit Ticonderoga Falls. Dangerous monsters hunt in the nearby woods. The Prey... Maddie MacFaddin. For her, the nearby forest holds many memories, some joyous, some forgotten. But she has no recollection of Ash, the dark, magnificent creature who saved her life as a child, or that his kind preys upon humanity. The Monster... Ash, a Darkling fae. Trapped in Ticonderoga Falls for a century, he’s required to host a Hunt once a year. Then, hungry, shapeshifting faeries will descend upon the villagers and harvest their dreams. The Hunt... There are rules about harvesting humans; the poor creatures are so delicate. If you take too much, they’ll die. Without dreams, they perish. And perish they do—now and then—despite Ash's efforts to keep them safe. Then he realizes Maddie is the prey his unwanted guests are after. But, try as he might, this time he’s not strong enough to protect her. The entire village is in danger. Soon the Hunt will begin. And no one will be safe.

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About the Author:Multiple-award-winning author Merrie Destefano writes lyrical tales of magic, mystery, and hope. Her traditional books have been published by HarperCollins, Entangled Teen, and Walter Foster, while her indie imprint is Ruby Slippers Press. Her novels have won awards in both the science fiction and fantasy categories. She worked for Focus on the Family, The Word For Today, Engaged Media, and PJS Publications, and her magazine experience includes editor of Victorian Homes magazine, Zombies magazine, Haunted: Mysteries And Legends magazine, American Farmhouse Style magazine, Vintage Gardens magazine and founding editor of Cottages and Bungalows magazine. Her co-authored art books include How To Draw Vampires, How To Draw Zombies, and How to Draw Grimm’s Dark Fairy Tales. Her edited books include The Man God Uses by Chuck Smith, Oil Pastel Step-By-Step by Nathan Rohlander, and The Art of Drawing Fantasy Characters by Jacob Glaser. Born in the Midwest, Merrie now lives in Southern California, where she runs on caffeine, and shares her home with rescue dogs and cats. And although she dearly loves science fiction, in her heart of hearts, she still doesn’t believe airplanes should be able to fly. WEBSITE: BLOG: NEWSLETTER: INSTAGRAM: TWITTER: FACEBOOK: BOOKBUB: AUDIOBOOKS:

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