New Book Release: “The Magician’s Curse,” by Linda G. Hill

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Hang onto your hats! Linda Hill has a new book set to release on June 27, 2017, and it sounds excellent. It’s a paranormal romance called, The Magician’s Curse.

When Herman Anderson leaves home to make a better life for herself, she doesnโ€™t expect to meet a tall, dark stranger with whom sheโ€™ll fall hopelessly in love.
Charming and mysterious, Stephen Dagmar is a stage magician seeking an assistant. The moment he sets eyes on Herman, he knows sheโ€™s the one.

He brings her home to his Victorian mansion where they embark upon an extravagant romance. Yet a shadow hangs over their love. Will the curse on his family end Stephen and Hermanโ€™s happily ever after, before it really begins?

Amidst lace and leather, innocence and debauchery, The Magicianโ€™s Curse begins the Gothic tale of The Great Dagmaru. Magic and romance await.

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Official release date: June 27, 2017! Pre-order your Kindle copy today here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0721ZH2KN
Available soon on Kobo, and on June 27th in paperback on Amazon.

An excerpt from Chapter 2:
The moment Stephen stepped out the door, the foyer fell silent again. He didnโ€™t have to look at any of the interviewees perched, alert upon burgundy velvet-covered benches against both sides of the room, to know their eyes were on him. They were drawn to him as though he were a human magnet, just as Herman had been. He passed the stairs, turned right, and stepped into the dining room where his agent, Margaret, waited for him to arrive.
โ€œHey,โ€ she said without looking up. She sat poring over the applications that were strewn across the large antique dining room table. He closed the door behind him and leaned against it, staring at the top of her dark mane of hair shining in the light of the chandelier above her head. Her long, graceful fingers, poised to turn a page, were an elegant extension of the rest of her lithe body. Finally, she looked up and took in his appearance with icy-green eyes. She was every bit as beautiful as any of the women outside.
โ€œWhatโ€™s the matter with you?โ€ she asked. Being inseparable for five years, both as best friends and then co-workers, made it easy for her to tell when there was something different, however subtle, about him.
โ€œI found her,โ€ Stephen said, his back still to the door.
โ€œWho?โ€
โ€œShe has a perfect body and long, brown hair and the bluest eyes youโ€™ve ever seen. And her lips! Full and beautiful. And the way they move when she speaks โ€ฆ absolutely captivating.โ€
Margaret narrowed her eyes. โ€œYou hired someone on the train again, didnโ€™t you?โ€ It was a statement more than a question.
Stephen nodded.
โ€œOkay,โ€ she said, sitting back in her chair. โ€œTell me more about her.โ€
โ€œI think sheโ€™s running away from home. She has a job to go to, but she agreed to come and check this one out. Sheโ€™s sweet and innocent and sheโ€™s almost eighteen.โ€
Margaret crossed her arms and narrowed her eyes even more.
โ€œNo, I didnโ€™t audition her the same way I did the others,โ€ he said.
โ€œSo you didnโ€™t bang her in the limo on the way here.โ€
โ€œNo! Sheโ€™s not of age. And anyway, I knew from the second I saw her that sheโ€™s the one.โ€
Margaret began to say something just as the door opened on the far side of the room to her left, and Nina came in from the kitchen. Both Stephen and Margaret glanced at the slight young woman and then at each other.
โ€œShould I leave the two of you alone?โ€ Margaret asked.
Stephen shook his head almost imperceptibly and walked over to have a quiet word with the girl. After a few seconds she bowed and backed out of the room, and Stephen turned back to his friend.
โ€œWell then,โ€ Margaret said, throwing her hands up and glaring down at the stacks of paper in front of her. โ€œTell them all to go home.โ€
โ€œNo, I still want to interview them.โ€
โ€œWhat the hell for?โ€
โ€œHerman might not take the job.โ€
Margaret raised her eyebrows. โ€œHerman?โ€
โ€œYeah.โ€
โ€œOkay, let me get this straight. Youโ€™re telling me sheโ€™s the one you want but that she might not stay. Iโ€™m confused.โ€
He stood, silently pleading with his friend to understand what he had only begun to comprehend himself.
โ€œWhat the hell is wrong with you, Stephen? Iโ€™ve never seen you undone like this before โ€ฆโ€
Margaret put her hand up to her mouth, realization dawning on her face. โ€œOh my God,โ€ she said quietly.
He closed his eyes as he spoke. โ€œIt doesnโ€™t matter whether or not sheโ€™ll be my assistant, Margaret.โ€ He opened his eyes and swallowed hard. โ€œSheโ€™s the girl Iโ€™m going to marry.โ€

About the Author
Linda Hill

Linda G. Hill was born and raised an only child in Southern Ontario, Canada. She credits the time she spent alone when she was growing up, reading books and building worlds and characters of her own to keep her company, as the reason she became a writer.

A stay-at-home mom of three beautiful boys, Linda is a graduate of the Writing Program at St. Lawrence College in Brockville, Ontario. Aside from caring for her family, she enjoys traveling the world, eating trout cooked on the barbecue, and, of course, reading.

Follow Linda:

Main blog: https://lindaghill.com
Fiction and Poetry blog: https://lindaghillfiction.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lindaghill.fiction/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/LindaGHill
Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/15577348.Linda_G_Hill
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Linda-G.-Hill/e/B01K2LICL0/

Take it EasyThanks for popping in to hear about Linda’s new book. Don’t forget to mark your calendars for June 27th. โค

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