Midsummer Night's Steve [MultiFormat]
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eBook by Sandra Sookoo
eBook Category: Romance/Fantasy
eBook Description: Three months have passed since Steve Compton's last visit to Crystal Falls. Now he's back, but far from pleased about it. Convinced there is more in the air than clean living, he's a journalist on the hunt for a story that'll launch his career into the stratosphere. Zoe Nickles loves the small-town atmosphere, the people, and most especially the great hiding places in Crystal Falls. She's heard rumors about the magical aura in the tiny town, and when her powers come to fruition one June night, she knows the whispers are true. She's the Tooth Fairy--with a sexy new look! But there's a problem: a nosy reporter is on Zoe's trail, with just enough street smarts and cynicism to thwart her ability to practice her newfound skills. Can she convince him Cristal Falls is harmless before he tells the world about the town's"unique" quality, or will Steve blab the news, putting Zoe and all the paranormal residents at risk?
eBook Publisher: Lyrical Press, Inc., Published: 2011, 2011
Fictionwise Release Date: June 2011
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Rosemary dropped to her knees as tears blurred her vision from the raw sensation in her skin. Then, as if her back split open, a new set of appendages emerged to dance in her peripheral vision. Crying out, Zoe struggled to her feet and trained her eyes to the mirror. She gaped in horror at the image.
Poking out from each side of her back were shiny wings so gossamer thin she could see tiny blue veins running through them. She clutched the robe to her chest and turned to one side. The wings were attached to her back, right between her shoulder blades like they belonged there. The tiara winked in the soft light and the wings quivered as if mimicking the shock that coursed through Zoe's body.
"Oh my God." She turned slowly around until her gaze fell to the costume. The running water in the bathtub was forgotten as the enormity of the situation seeped into her brain. "I am the Tooth Fairy."