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Paranormal Romance Review: Magick and Moonlight (Marie Lavender)

If you liked Practical Magic with Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman, one-click Magick & Moonlight by Marie Lavender. Both Jessie and Ethan are hiding in small-town Oregon from something in the p…

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Reminder to Vote for the BTS Red Carpet Book Awards!

As I mentioned not too long ago, the Heiresses in Love Series and M&M were nominated for this award, the 2014 Red Carpet Book Awards .  You can vote now for each category.

The Heiresses In Love Series (book three is in progress now)

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Here is the link to vote for these romance novels in the historical category.

The Magick Series (book two is written and almost ready to be published)

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Here is the link to vote for this novella in the paranormal category.

Don’t forget to vote for your favorite authors in the other categories here.  You can also learn more about the BTS Red Carpet Awards at this link.

Thanks so much for following my work!  🙂

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M&M just got two new reviews!

Magick & Moonlight just received two new five star reviews!  How exciting!  🙂

Here are the reviews I found on Amazon:

This review is from: Magick & Moonlight (Kindle Edition)
I just fell in love with this book from the beginning. It was so romantic. I felt like I was there experiencing everything that happened. Hope to read more from you
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This review is from: Magick & Moonlight (Kindle Edition)
Can a Wiccan find true Love? Jessie and Ethan come across each other at what appears to be the right time in their lives, but not by his free will. She needs him and he needs her, and together they find each other. It’s a delightful romance about two people who are so different from each other. Opposites attract, or do they? Fun, sweet, exciting, and joyful make up this feel-good romance. So worth reading!

Carole McKee, Author

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Big Surprise!

Lions and tigers and bears…oh, my!  I just found out that Magick & Moonlight has a spot in the nominations for the paranormal category of Red Carpet Book Awards!  Yay!  It is up there with such greats as Paige Tyler and Dianne Duvall!  🙂

Voting has begun.  If you loved M&M, my love story with fantasy elements, cast your vote here!  And don’t forget to vote for your other favorite authors in the additional categories!

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Start voting and let the paranormal games begin…;)

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Official release of MAGICK & MOONLIGHT!

I am so excited to announce the official Amazon release of my paranormal romance, Magick & Moonlight, through Solstice Shadows, a division of Solstice Publishing.

Tagline:  Love spells are dangerous, even more dangerous for those who cast them…

Blurb: 

Messing with free will is always a bad idea…

Ethan Hamilton moves to a lazy little town in Oregon, hoping to escape his demons. But, instead he discovers a woman dancing nude in the moonlight. This woman who claims she is a witch dazzles him with her sensual presence. He thinks she’s crazy, but what if she’s not?

Jessie Anderson has been taught that her kind hides who they really are. And she has a problem on her hands. Someone knows her secret and she has to do all she can to protect herself. What other choice does she have? Jessie casts a love spell on a good man, a man with whom she can’t fight her attraction. The spell doesn’t work quite as planned – she ends up falling for Ethan.

To top it off, Ethan’s treatment of her, his “love”, is so addictive. Deep down, she knows the spell will wear off, and yet his feelings seem genuine. It’s just a spell…right?

Magick and Moonlight