For all the everyday heroines over forty who know it’s NOT TOO LATE for magic!
(a sampling of customer reviews on Amazon)
“Standing Ovation “ Unique and extraordinary. The first book was really good. One of the best books I’ve read in a long time! – S. Porter
“(Danann) has an excellent sense for pacing, comedic timing, and natural dialogue. One of the best things I’ve read over the past few years.” – Nora. S.
“Unique in setting, tone and content. Danann’s writing is witty without over-doing the snark factor, warm without being cloying, and completely believable even though we’re talking elves, pixies and other paranormal critters. “– L.N. Potts
” So much fun! Lots of intrigue in this book. It’s another laugh out loud, got you sitting on the edge of your seat, can’t wait to find out what happens next book! “ – P. James
“This series is true Danann. Rita is a mix of American style with an open mind to the magic surrounding her. The characters are well written and the situations presented at court imaginative. This is lighter fare than her Knights series, but entertaining and just what is needed to get away from the troubles of our time.” – Linda
“CAN’T PUT THIS BOOK DOWN! It takes us through Rita’s first court. The detail, the arguments, her thought process and her justice dealing is brilliant.” – Amazon customer
Rita Hayworth is the only American in Hallow Hill. But that’s not the big news. The larger point is that she’s the only human.
“This book hits all the notes.”
– Cynseer Booklover Blog
If you can imagine yourself as a romantic and adventurous woman inmidlife, who’s come into her power and ready to claim a slice for herself – this Paranormal Women’s Fiction book is for you.
fizzleswim says 5.0 out of 5 stars Magical
Do you enjoy a well written book?
Do you like ” Science fiction” ?
Do you enjoy novels that include musical references?
Do you need a book that features strong women?
Do you love a book so well crafted that it’s as seamlessly lifelike as watching a movie?’
If so this book is for you! I truly enjoyed the idea of a magical music creature falling in love while not knowing what “love” is all while trying to do his job of helping to bring the joy of music to the world as he tries to convince a very special strong willed female to be his mate.
I also loved the historical representation of 1967’s American “Summer of Love”.
The fact that this book was written prior to the Spring of 2020 is kind of erie. The parallels that could be drawn between the developments which led up to the 1960’s ” Counter Culture ” and those that led to the 2020’s “Black Lives Matter” protest were interesting for me to consider and was an unexpected bonus to this book. Books that not only engage but encourage the reader to consider our roles in society while still entertaining the readers are masterpieces. You get all of these elements in this book and a love story with a happy ending…or happy beginning. ☺
I happily recommend this book.