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Lucy March Invites You to Nodaway Falls

Lucy March

Lucy March’s  writing is delightful and delicious . . . Every word I devoured had me  craving more’ – Darynda Jones on A Little Night Magic

‘If you love True Blood, or find yourself constantly flicking over to the SyFy Channel, then this book is definitely for you. Part urban fantasy, part paranormal romance, all mixed together with a soft scoop of southern hospitality’ – Serendipity Reviews

Sometimes others say it best; hence the quotes!

Lucy March, who also answers to Lani Diane Rich, invites you to Nodaway Falls – where the five rules for living there involve things like friends, margaritas and magic.*

*We fell a little like we’re starring in Practical Magic 🙂

 

  1. Make Friends. In small towns like Nodaway Falls, community is everything. When you find yourself with sudden magical powers and no idea what to do, your friends will help you figure things out. And when they have no idea what’s going on, they’ll make margaritas. Either way, it’s a win.

  2. Expect the Unexpected. Magic is a volatile thing. People with power may think they have things under control, but they rarely do. This is true of both the good guys, and the bad. Be ready to roll with the punches and improvise your response. It’s a good idea to make friends with a local conjurer; potions may be unpredictable, but sometimes that works in your favor.

  3. Never Give Up. No matter what kind of dark force you might be facing, remember that you only lose if you quit. Sometimes, the best weapon in your arsenal against the big bad is tenacity. Remember, evil can get tired, too. If you can’t beat ’em, wear ’em down.

  4. Stop and Smell the Roses. Not everything in Nodaway Falls is about fighting evil. You can find some of the world’s best waffles at Crazy Cousin Betty’s, and if you’re into the whole dive bar thing, there’s some seriously adequate booze waiting for you at Happy Larry’s. Spend the night at Grace and Addie’s flowerful bed and breakfast, and check out Addie’s replica Julia Child kitchen in the antique store. When you pass by the bank, see if you can spy the dings in the brick caused by the magical pool balls that Amber Dorsey threw at Frankie Biggs. And be sure to visit our beautiful town square; it’s the site of more magical events per square foot than any other place in the continental U.S. We’re having a plaque made.

  5. Set Aside Time for Romance. Despite the danger – or, maybe, because of it – romance tends to blossom in our fair town. We don’t know if it’s the cozy village atmosphere, our babbling brook that is technically a waterfall (giving us our town name) or all the near-death experiences brought on by magical brouhahas, but whatever it is, Nodaway Falls brings a lot of couples together. Then rips them apart. Then gets them back together again. Hey. We wouldn’t want things to get boring, now would we?

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