Friday, May 4, 2012

Celebrate Beltane with an Irish Fairy Tale!

Click HERE to find Twixt on Amazon!
Has anyone else noticed that fairy tales are taking over the world right now? Well, what are you waiting for? Join the party! To celebrate the Celtic festival of Beltane and upcoming Mother's Day, the magical love story and Irish fairy tale, Twixt, is free on Amazon.com today through Sunday!

My review: In this heartwarming Irish love story, Reed weaves a compelling tale of a woman haunted by a man who follows her through many lives, determined to destroy her happiness. To break the curse, Rose must learn to trust her heart, believe in magic, and put her faith in a mysterious man who lives deep in the forest. Reminiscent of the dark, wounded heroes in Alice Hoffman novels, I was immediately drawn to Chance's character--a wild man of nature who studies fairy rings and can take on the shape of a raven to protect his true love. The stories of Rose's Irish ancestors are interwoven, creating a rich tapestry of fairy tales that tie together with a surprising and moving twist that will leave you smiling in the end. I highly recommend this book and look forward to reading more stories by this author.

To find out more about this talented author, visit Diane J. Reed's website, http://www.banditsranch.com, or pop over and say hi on Twitter to @TwixtBook!

Click HERE for Diane's Enchanted Irish Fairy Cake Recipe featured in the novel, Twixt, and rumored to help one see fairies! And if you're starting to feel fairy crazy, flutter over to fairy artist, Liza Lambertini's magical website, http://www.faeriewood.com, to see her stunning depiction of the Dancing with the Moon scene from Twixt!

Irish blessings and sparkly fairy dust to you all on this beautiful spring day! Happy reading. :)

5 comments:

  1. reading Twixt now and your review is right on-loving it.

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    1. It's such a sweet story. I'm glad you're enjoying it. :)

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  2. I've been hearing a lot about this book...after reading your review I'm going to have to add it to my TBR pile. Thanks.

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    1. It's a wonderful, magical story. Happy you're adding it to your TBR pile! Thanks so much for dropping by my blog, Christine!

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