Traci Hall, also known as a Guard Mom or Taxi Driver, or helping with pre-college jitters, is a writer.  She hasthree dogs, two cats, a hubby and two teenagers.  President of Florida Romance Writers, Traci also writes medieval paranormal romances (yes,she says, really mushwebassets/traciwriterIMG_0156.JPGy stuff) under the name Traci E. Hall.  Writing Young Adult, however, is something near and dear to her heart.  “I detested being a teenager, since I wasn’t very good at it, so writing stories that have mostly happy endings is a great way to restructure my past!”

It is 1192. Celestia Montehue is the odd-eyed misfit in a family of flame-haired goddesses descended from notorious Queen Boadicea. While her sisters are tall and beautiful, she, the eldest, is blond and petite, with one green and one blue eye. The only thing she has in common with the family legend is her magical healing ability. Constantly fighting for her place among her siblings, she refuses to settle for less than her due. Coming to accept no one will ever be able to love her for who she is, she vows never to marry.

Nicholas Le Blanc is a haunted man. Though trained as a knight under the Baron Peregrine’s name, his childhood in a monastery has convinced him he is a bastard. Then, on crusade, his caravan is ambushed; all men are lost and the sacred relic they carried is stolen. NichoLove's Magiclas is captured and suffers a year of torture, ultimately escaping
. . . but only after being forced to kill a woman to win his freedom. Guilt poisons him as surely as the hidden wounds in his soul.

An arranged marriage does not bode happiness for the two tortured souls. Nor does Celestia’s new home, a broken down keep—haunted by the ghost of Nicholas’ mother, a suicide—and a stagnant green moat. Then a maid is murdered and a curse revealed. Worse, Celestia has fallen in love with her tormented husband. Will they both be doomed? Or is there healing, indeed, in Love’s Magic?

“With her gripping storyline and superb characters, Traci Hall will have you believing in love’s magic!”  —In the Library Reviews


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