The Finder: Hidden magic (Stonehaven Book 1)

Genre: Paranormal, Urban Fantasy
£0.99

For Fans Of

The Night Circus, Rivers of London or A Discovery of Witches

Book Summary

Everyone thinks they’re unique, turns out some people actually are.

People give Elliot a wide berth and respect his boundaries, he’s a loner – and that’s the way he likes it. Yet when he crosses paths with a pair of twins, acting suspiciously, he’s obliged to investigate them. A decision he may yet regret. Compelled to follow, he makes a leap of faith and finds himself adrift in a world without laws or rules, only expectations. He’s discovering abilities he never knew he had and family he never knew existed. And the love of his life. He cannot be that loner any longer.

This is a tale of magic, not swords and sorcery magic, but the innate magic that some possess, even if they don’t know it.

Twitch your nose – you would if you could.

Testimonials

Amazon reviews:
5* This was a romping book. Fun to read and good story line. I am not so into magic fantasies but I enjoyed this.
5* A most enjoyable read. Can't wait to read the next in the series. Most recommend and a positive five stars.
5* Oh. My. Word. Couldn't put this down - to the detriment of the housework, and my husband's lunch.
5* Loved this story. Wish I could live in this world.
5* I really loved this book, one of the best reads I've had in a long time.

About the Author

CJ Morrow writes about everyday life as though viewed side on - she likes to catch the object which moves in the corner of your eye and disappears when you turn. She's fascinated by the ordinary man, or woman, who isn't quite what they seem. She likes to see the magic and mystery in every situation and relationship. Life intrigues her and she finds much of it funny.

When she doesn't like what's going on in the world, she writes another one.

Word weaver, lover of things curious, unseen and unexplainable, general wordy person. Always watching. And laughing - mostly at herself.

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