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April 28, 2024 at 10:08 AM UTC

Angelique’s story (Fairy Tale Enchantress) all the way!


April 27, 2024 at 02:34 AM UTC

I think that an interesting thread that has been running through the Magiford series is that each of the heroines is mostly human and it is their best human traits – compassion, forgiveness, empathy, doing the right thing because it’s right, a sense of humor- that win them friends and influence people 😉 and in every case, except that of Pippa and Greyson, it is the supernatural hero being drawn to and ultimately won over by the heroine’s humanity that leads to the romance (and the male becoming happier & healthier as result)

It would be interesting to see if this dynamic would work in the other direction- could a supernatural female fall for and be similarly transformed by romance with a human male? Maybe Magiford needs its version of the Lorelai or Undine.

anonymous ;)

April 26, 2024 at 08:00 PM UTC

My favorite Magiford trilogy character is Landon from Queen’s Court Cafe- I love what he calls the night mares, shades, and glooms!


April 25, 2024 at 10:20 PM UTC

I wish I can read all the series 😔, I have king Arthur, gate of myth and power, magic on main street and pack of dawn and destiny. I do love your writing.


April 25, 2024 at 05:47 PM UTC

I just finished re-reading King Arthur and Her Knights for the 3rd (4th?) time and enjoyed it just as much the first time through! I love all of your books and am looking forward to your next one!

Janice Caggiano

April 25, 2024 at 02:51 AM UTC



April 25, 2024 at 12:57 AM UTC

Just wanted you to know, my all time favorite is Pack of Dawn and Destiny. Thank you for writing it. I’ve read them all twice.

What to read after Magic on Main Street series?

So you've finished The Order of Blood and Ruin and now you are wondering what to read next? Here's some helpful information about books and bonus content related to Magic on Main Street and other popular series I've written so you can decide what to binge next!

Recommendation # 1: If you haven't finished the other Magiford Supernatural Series trilogies go read those now! The official Kitty recommendation is to start with Hall of Blood and Mercy series and then Court of Midnight and Deception series. There are two more trilogies after that (Pack of Dawn and Destiny and Gate of Myth and Power) but you can read them in any order. But you can also read them in any order you want as each series is mostly self contained. Hall of Blood and Mercy - An underdog wizard is driven out of her house in a coup and is taken in by the most dangerous vampire in the region. If you loved the Drake vampires in the Magic on Main Street series then this trilogy will feel like your favorite dessert as a follow up! Tropes: Opposites attract and enemies to lovers. Court of Midnight and Deception - A reluctant half Fae is selected as the new Queen of the Night Court and picks the deadly court assassin as her consort. Tropes: Marriage of Convenience, coffee, and magic pets! Pack of Dawn and Destiny - When werewolves start turning feral and mindlessly attacking innocent humans Hunter Pip is forced to team up with werewolf Alpha Greyson to crush the source of the outbreak. Tropes: Fated Mates and Found Family Gate of Myth and Power - Chloe can turn into a cat! Unfortunately for her Noctus, the deadly elf king secretly living in her city, decided to do a good deed and adopts the "stray cat" that the local fae are picking on. Tropes: Hades & Persephone retelling (yes, really!) and found family Recommendation # 2: Make sure you’ve read all the bonus short stories I’ve written Magiford books! In addition to the short stories there are a ton of other fun things like character bios and worldbuilding blog posts that talk about the different types of supernaturals in Magiford. Recommendation # 3: Have you seen the bonus short story for Magiford that is only available as part of my newsletter? It's related to the Hall of Blood and Mercy series, so if you haven't read it yet signup for my newsletter and get the link! (If you don't want to receive my newsletter long term it's ok to unsubscribe after you get the short story - I promise it doesn't hurt my feelings!).

Recommendation # 4: I have several other books I've written that have the same humor, magical fantasy, and slow burn romance as the Magiford stories. But before I can recommend which you should try I need to know what fantasy genres you like?

  1. If you love Paranormal Romance and/or Urban Fantasy then I have another series I wrote that is not part of the Magiford world. The Magical Beings' Rehabilitation Center (MBRC) is a completed series that follows the journey of teenage Morgan discovering vampires, werewolves, dinosaurs, and elves are both real and secretly living among regular humans. Once she learns their secret they draft her into teaching them about the very confusing human culture topics and slang. This is arguably the funniest series I have ever written so as long as you are OK with some paranormal satire (I tease because I care!) you should give this a read! If you love Epic Fantasy then I have two potential series I recommend!

  2. If you want something with lots of battles/fighting or if you like the King Arthur myths then try the King Arthur and Her Knights series! This is my own spin on the classic King Arthur stories and features a time traveling modern women who is forced by the surprisingly young and handsome Merlin to pose as the King Arthur from legends. And there is NO LOVE TRIANGLE in my version (although Guinevere and Lancelot do appear). Side tip: The audiobook version of this series is amazing so go listen to the preview on Audible even if you don't plan to buy it - you'll thank me!

  3. If you love Epic Fantasy mixed with fairy tales then check out The Snow Queen series. In this timeless good versus evil story the princess Rakel must team up with the very people who have kept her imprisoned to save their country from an invading army of magic users who intend to destroy them all. Finally, if you'd really love some good Romantasy in your life then try one of these:

  4. In the Elves of Lessa series the humans of Calnor have protected the elves of Lessa for centuries but have remained divided due to the deep differences in their languages and culture... until now! This is a series of standalone books so even though there will eventually be four books in the series you can read the existing three books with no cliffhangers. If you've ever wished you could read the story of how Aragon and Arwen from Lord of the Rings fell in love then these books are exactly what you are looking for!

  5. If you love fairy tales I have a 11 book series of standalone, but related, stories that are just what you are looking for! The Timeless Fairy Tales series includes Disney favorites (like Beauty and the Beast) as well as lesser know stories (like The Twelve Dancing Princesses) and since they are standalone you can read them out of order so I recommend you start with your favorite fairy tale and go from there.

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