The Trouble With Fairies – Peace & Prosperity, Book 1

The Trouble With Fairies
372 Pages
ISBN 978-1942335054

A runaway fairy accidentally transports Joy Flint to the fantasy town of Peace & Prosperity. As a public school teacher, Joy has learned to roll with the punches and be flexible, so exploring a place full of elves, dwarfs, trolls, Sasquatch, and a family of Cyclopes should be fun compared to the terrors of her classroom. Except the town is in the midst of a dangerous wizard duel, and she can't find a way home. Mayor Harradorn suffers from a damsel-in-distress curse. Every time the unwelcome outsider gets into trouble, he has to go to her rescue. It doesn’t help that all outsiders like Joy are forced to stay forever to insure the town’s secrecy. Still, with every rescue, his heart is glad she’s not going anywhere.

With a bit of trickery and a wizard’s help, Joy escapes. But with a fairy still living with her, nothing is that simple. Harradorn shows up. His town has fallen under a horrific spell and Joy holds the key to releasing them. It’s risky. Deadly. Even if they succeed, one last evil lurks that may prevent this tale from having a happy ending. Yet with magic and love working together, anything is possible.

Liz Roadifer

About Liz Roadifer (Cheyenne, Wyoming Author)

Liz Roadifer

Liz Roadifer is the award-winning author of The Oracle suspense series and the Peace and Prosperity romantic fantasy series. Besides writing novels, she is a poet, columnist, and Anthropology/ Social Studies/ English teacher whose work has been published in newspapers, magazines, and literary journals. As with most of her stories, she enjoys putting her characters in unusual danger, adding twists and turns to the plot, and then figuring out how to save them in the nick of time. Inserting humor, romance, odd characters, and interesting locales adds to her joy of writing.

Born and raised in New Jersey near New York City, she attended the University of Wyoming and fell in love with the wide-open sky, the high plains, the friendly laidback people of Wyoming, and a certain cowboy from a ranch near Sundance. She now lives in a small town outside of Cheyenne with her husband and enjoys spending time with her sons, daughter-in-law, and three rambunctious grandchildren.

I have had many people ask me why, if I write psychological thrillers, do I also write romantic fantasy. The answer is easy. My brain needs balance. After months writing a fast-paced thriller about murder and mayhem, danger and testy relationships, it’s nice to take a mental vacation and write about love and humor, magic and mayhem. Yes, mayhem is a constant because without conflict, a book would be boring. At least in my romantic fantasies, the mayhem isn’t so hard-edged and desperate. Plus it’s fun to visit the magical town of Peace & Prosperity and explore its wide range of eccentric and mythical citizens, its back alleys, crazy laws, and fantastic shops. One never knows who or what is waiting around the corner. With pesky, playful, fun-loving fairies around, it’s never a dull moment.

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