Wednesday, March 20, 2013

New Book: The Magic Mirror and the Seventh Dwarf (Accidental Enchantments) by Tia Nevitt

The Magic Mirror and the Seventh Dwarf (Accidental Enchantments) by Tia Nevitt from Carina Press is a romance novel inspired by Snow White which was released last month. It is the second in a series and qualifies as a bargain ebook at $2.51. It was also reviewed today at SBTN with an overall favorable review and these final lines may encourage non-romance readers to look into this one: "If you are looking for an explicit book, look elsewhere, because in this one the sex scenes are very much of the "fade to black" variety. The relationships are, however, very tender and touching."

Book description:

Book two in Accidental Enchantments.

Prince Richard is cursed. Enslaved to a magic mirror, he must truthfully answer the evil queen when she uses it to call on him. To keep from betraying innocents, Richard wanders the countryside and avoids people.

All her life, Gretchen has been teased for being small. When she hears of a hidden farm populated by little people like her, she sets out to find it—and is welcomed by the mostly male inhabitants. Lars in particular woos her with his gentle kindness and quiet strength.

Danger looms when Gretchen meets a runaway princess and offers her shelter at the Little Farm. Wandering nearby, Richard instantly falls in love with the beautiful princess, and is later compelled to tell the queen that she is not the fairest of them all. Enraged, the queen vows to find them and destroy them.

If either Gretchen or Richard are to have their happy endings, they must team up to break the mirror's spell before the queen kills them all…

For another fairy tale retelling from Tia Nevitt, check out The Sevenfold Spell, available now!

The Sevenfold Spell (Accidental Enchantments) was released in 2010 and is also $2.51 from Carina Press. It draws inspiration from Sleeping Beauty.

Book description:

Have you ever wondered what happens to the other people in the fairy tale?

Things look grim for Talia and her mother. By royal proclamation, the constables and those annoying "good" fairies have taken away their livelihood by confiscating their spinning wheel. Something to do with a curse on the princess, they said.

Not every young lady has a fairy godmother rushing to her rescue.

Without the promise of an income from spinning, Talia's prospects for marriage disappear, and she and her mother face destitution. Past caring about breaking an arbitrary and cruel law, rebellious Talia determines to build a new spinning wheel, the only one in the nation--which plays right into the evil fairy's diabolical plan. Talia discovers that finding a happy ending requires sacrifice. But is it a sacrifice she's willing to make?

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