I published the third and final book in The Magic Pie Shop series!
A Slice of Summer Lovin’ Magic took a long time to write. Too long. I got in my head, and life got in the way. But in the end, I love the story.
It may be winter right now in Minnesota, but it’s warm and sunny in Hocus Hills.
A magical recipe for summer love…or disaster…
In the small, magical town of Hocus Hills, Susanna Daniels finally found a place that feels like home.
But dwindling tourism threatens the local businesses, including the pie shop where she works with her Aunt Erma. Luckily the biggest event of the season, the Fairy Light Festival is right around the corner, sparking hope among the residents. Instead of a wave of customers, Susie faces an overbearing Fairy Godmother, a critical travel writer, and her boyfriend’s father seems to dislike her before getting to know her.
To make matters worse, the whole town loses magic just before the big event. Can Susie save the town and her beloved pie shop before it is too late?
The second book in the series, A Slice of Christmas Magic, is set during the holidays. If you’re looking for a more festively appropriate book, it’s only $0.99 on Kindle right now.
I loved writing about The Magic Pie Shop. I ate a lot of pie in the name of research. Now I’m really excited about my next project where my main character is a parking lot striper. It’s a job I’ve done for the last 20 years. I’ve still managed to work in some pie so I have a very valid excuse to keep eating delicious desserts!
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