by Annie Reed

Book Cover: The Magic of Home

A young elf risks everything to save a magical creature imprisoned in chrome and steel.

Twig never planned to return to Moretown Bay. To the makeshift family of misfits and hustlers and working girls she’d abandoned long ago. But when Twig and her friend find themselves fleeing for their lives from the demon who imprisoned her friend inside a motorcycle, she runs to the only person she hopes she can still count on—the dwarf who rescued Twig from the streets and gave her a home.

A dwarf with a bad temper and a long memory, and no good reason to give Twig a second chance.

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About the Author

Award-winning author Annie Reed describes herself as a desert rat who longs to live by the ocean. Since she hasn’t yet convinced her family to relocate to a nice chunk of beachfront property, she’s done the next best thing—written a series of stories set in a contemporary Pacific Northwest city where magic and reality go hand in hand.

Private investigators Diz and Dee populate Annie’s more lighthearted stories, while denizens of a much rougher neighborhood lurk in her Tales From the Shadows.

A talented and versatile writer whose fantasy, science fiction, and mystery stories have sold to a wide variety of publications, including five of the first seven volumes of Fiction River’s inaugural year.