Forget the snow, have some FAIRY DUST

We’re looking forward to a nasty weekend weather-wise, here on the East Coast. Reports of snow and wintery mix. What it means for lots of people is time at home to relax and enjoy the cocoa. What it means for me is time at work to take lots of calls from folks not coming in for their lessons because of the weather. 🙂 Before I go to bed tonight, I’m charging up my Palm so I can sneak an e-book to work tomorrow – help me while away the long hours. If you’re snowed in and can’t get to the bookstore, don’t forget that e-books are a click away – like this one, by Nita Wick

A colony of faeries lives among the lush green forests of Roscommon, Ireland near the Arigna Mountains. Their lives would be peaceful were it not for the humans who live in the area with them. The humans dislike faeries and their magic, and the two races are often at odds. But faerie or human, love makes no distinction. And both will soon find that love is the greatest magic of all. Conall may be human, but he is Aisling’s life mate. She’s certain of it. After all, a faerie knows these things. Can her magic end the feud between their families? And just how is faerie dust made?

Available at The Wild Roses Press 


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