Utterly Charming by Grayson, Kristine

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"Utterly charming, indeed! A delightful mix of fun and fantasy." – Kasey Michaels, USA Today bestselling author of How to Wed a Baran

"Magical and sweet. . .I was charmed." – Susan Anderson, New York Times bestselling author of Burning Up

He could be her own personal Prince Charming if only dreams did come true. . .

Mysterious, handsome wizard Aethelstan Blackstone hires beautiful, hardworking attorney Nora Barr to get a restraining order to protect Sleeping Beauty from her evil stepmother. But if Sleeping Beauty is supposed to be his soul mate, then how come he's becoming bewitched by Nora?

And when Nora finds herself baby-sitting a clueless maiden from the Middle Ages, avoiding a very wicked witch, and falling hard for a man whose magic she doesn't believe in , she begins to think that love itself is only a fairy tale. . .

Welcome to the fractious fairy tale world of Kristine Grayson, where the bumpy road to happily ever after is paved with surprises. . .

Praise for Wickedly Charming:

"In this smart, witty tale Grayson. . . offers clever spins on classic legends and lore while adding unique twists all her own." – Booklist

About Grayson, Kristine

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Before turning to romance writing, award-winning author Kristine Grayson edited the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction and ran Pulphouse Publishing (which won her a World Fantasy Award). She has won the Romantic Times Reviewer's Choice Award and, under her real name, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, the prestigious Hugo award. She lives with her own Prince Charming, writer Dean Wesley Smith, in Portland, Oregon.
Published October 1, 2011 by Sourcebooks Casablanca. 322 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Originally published in 2000, the second visit to Grayson’s fractured fairy tale world (after Wickedly Charming) is just as endearing as the first. Emma, the legendary Sleeping Beauty, is caught in th

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Angry at losing the last 1,000 years of her life, Emma wants nothing to do with Blackstone or Ealhswith and asks for Nora’s protection and help navigating the modern world—but all Nora can think about is her attraction to handsome Aethelstan.

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The second novel in the Outlander series chronicles the adventures of Jamie and Claire Fraser, and their participation in the Jacobite uprising of 1745.

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Kristine Grayson's books are a great twist on the classic Fairy Tales that every girl grows up with.

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