There was a temporary unavailability of my Banshee books. Switching publishers is a tedious process but rest assured, they will all be available soon, come monsoon or avalanche. Thwarting Magic has survived the process and is available all over the Internet, including Amazon.com and smashwords. com.
Edited, some rough edges polished, and new covers. That is the hallmark of my re-released backlist.
You will still:
Twist legend into truth...
Enter an alternate reality where King Arthur's founding of the Round Table and knights' quests are not
myth, but elements of a sterling period in history.
In Ann Tracy Marr's paranormal romances, King Arthur and Merlin left a rich legacy that influences life in Regency England.
Camelot is the seat of the royal court of Britain; Prinny avoids it and his parents like the plague. Chivalry is a way of life for gentlemen, while ladies delight in balls, Norwich shawls, and gossip.
The Council of Mages works with the government protecting the peace of the Isles, but magicians keep their abilities secret from a people who remember Mordred's treachery. Solving mysteries and staving off disaster are bullet points on their resumes.
I mix in elements of the twenty-first century, dealing with such delightful subjects as global warming and governmental ethics in a Celtic/Regency manner.
A paperback and Kindle ebook on Amazon.com and other ebooks at smashwords.com
A diary and research journal of my battle with triple negative breast cancer.
The Banshee Brigade series
Available at Amazon.com, smashwords.com, etc. . .
Like all star-crossed lovers, Katherine and Alexander make a muddle of their relationship in To His Mistress. His stubbornness is unequaled and she is delightfully clueless. Behind the scenes, two magicians lay a wager on the success of the marriage. Mixing human nature and magic produces unpredictable results. Ancient celtic influences abound.
In Round Table Magician and Thwarting Magic young, virile magicians find creating
sparks with a lady as rewarding as making magic. One is a damn-your-eyes aristocrat, the other a whimsical admirer of kangaroos. The ladies they fall in love with are as different as a comet and the moon. Terrorism and global warming enter the picture in their own convoluted way.
Is it odd to mix Camelot and 21st century problems with the Regency? Perhaps, but readers and reviewers say it is oddly successful. I think it's a lot of fun.