As I mentioned in my post earlier this month, I’ve now (re)released Mage of Inconvenience and ‘Tis Pity He’s a Horse (formerly Pastures New), two books that had previously been released with Dreamspinner Press. Mage of Inconvenience is exactly the same text, while ‘Tis Pity has had some very light changes. They’re both available in the usual places as of today!
Julian is part of a wealthy and ancient family, and one day, his legacy will include his mother’s vast library of spell books—and the knowledge he needs to correct his past mistakes. But his inheritance comes with a stipulation: he has to be married before he can collect. What he needs is a husband….
West and Julian can help each other, and at first they don’t want anything further. But as they dodge meddling cousins, jealous rivals, and an insidious drug, it becomes clear that their lives are entwined in ways they never imagined—and they’re in greater danger than they thought possible.
Featuring: werewolves, magic, a marriage of convenience, an enchanted library, at least one explosion, and enough snark to sink a ship.
After a successful career as Illustrious Ruckus, three-time winner of the British Open, James Kirby has hung up his saddle. His experience as a horse in the eventing world doesn’t exactly translate to two legs, and he’s struggling to move on.
James’s quiet days at the family farm with his sister, Matilda, are interrupted by Archie Ievins, a sports journalist visiting to interview Matilda and snap a few photos of Illustrious Ruckus. Archie quickly endears himself to the family and to ‘Ruckus,’ and James falls head over hooves—only to be brought up short when his ex-boyfriend threatens to expose James’s secret.
How can James start something new when he has four legs threatening to come out of the closet?