With a little Pixie Dust
Life Becomes a Fairy Tale
JoElle writes stories modern day fairy tales for young adults and adults young at heart. She believes true love and happily ever after. (After all she has been happily married to her own true love for a long time!)
Her young adult series and romance novels take place in both the modern world of humans and the magical world of Faerie. We may live in a modern world of computer technology, but the real magic happens when it collides with the way of the Fae.
What happens when Freshman Psychology collides with Pixie Dust?
In the "Dreamer's Forest Series" Lily is in her first year of college. One day she is working her way through school by helping out at her family's Bed & Breakfast. A few days later she is lost in FeyTerrah dealing with mischievous elves (including handsome Dreamer), fighting off scary monsters, and meeting magical dragons. Share the adventure and fall in love.
The romance and fantasy continue in JoElle's romance novels. Julianne and Forest are best friends. They share a strong physical attraction but both are determined to not fall in love with the other. But fate and destiny seem to have other things in mind for the pair. We also meet Morgan, who accidentally enslaves her friend Blackberry. She is determined to free him, though she may lose him forever by doing so. These romances and more are soon to come.
JoElle's stories are filled with humor, adventure, romance, and a good dose of magic.
The characters, whether human or fae, are brave, kind, good, honorable, and sometimes a little bit naughty (just as elves and fairies should be). Nature is respected, the good guys win, and the hero and the heroine always live happily ever after.
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What is your Earth Sign? Are you a Unicorn, a Phoenix, or a Dragon? Our connection to the earth is based on what the season and moon cycle were at the time of birth. Learn more at Earth Horoscopes.com.
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