Magic can be found in the unlikliest of places in this romantic and frisky new novel, the first in Lucy March's delicious new series.
Olivia Kiskey has been working at the same New York waffle house since she was a teenager. She's been in love with the same man for the last four years; he's never made a move. Every Saturday night she meets up with the same friends over the same margaritas for the same old stories.
But now everything is about to change. Magic is coming to Olivia's town... and she will be drawn into an age old battle between dark and light that will threaten everyone and everything she loves. To save them, she'll need to step up and fight the demons of her past and present. It's time to discover who she really is - time to let lose the latent talents she's held in check for so long...
'In the vast realm of all things paranormal, A LITTLE NIGHT MAGIC is like rain on a scorched desert: every word I devoured had me craving more. I cannot recommend this book enough.' --- Darynda Jones
Lucy March grew up in the Hudson Valley area of New York State. She likes cats, but doesn't have any because the two she had ran away and she kind of took it personally. She has two kids; as of this writing, she's managed to keep them from running away, but she takes that day by day. She studied Television/Radio/Film production at the SI Newhouse School of Public Communication at Syracuse University. From time to time, she teaches there, too. The most famous person she's ever met is Bill Cosby. She has a thing for Robert Downey, Jr. She once touched Michael Landon's pants, but he wasn't in them at the time. In 2011, she married a Scotsman she met over the internet, and despite all reason, that turned out rather well. She's something of a risk-taker, as long as it doesn't involve heights. She once had a job blowing up buildings in wild-west movie theme park Old Tucson. That was officially the Best Job Ever. The worst job she's ever had was a temp job working in a potato chip factory. She lasted one day. She loves polka dots and chardonnay and working in her pyjamas, and she believes that with enough hard work, determination and wilful defiance of reality, anyone can really do anything. She feels she's pretty much hard proof of that.