Thursday, May 13, 2010

New M/M Release: A Hidden Magic by Angela Benedetti

Fey incursions into the mortal world have been on the rise lately, and Paul MacAllister's trying to figure out what the king of the local elven enclave Under the Hill is up to and how to stop it. Rory Ellison was caught up in one of those attacks and nearly killed by a gang of goblins. He doesn't believe they were real, though, and is resisting anything Paul might say to the contrary.
Normally Paul would be willing to let Rory go his own way, at least until he's taken care of more immediate business. But Rory has a particularly rare gift, one the elven king needs to have under his control in order to carry out his plan. Keeping Rory away from the fey who'll use him -- to death if necessary -- means protecting him night and day, whether Rory agrees or not.
Last year for the M/M Romance Challenge I read In The Driver's Seat, an erotic short story by Angela Benedetti, my first. At that time I hoped that I would get the chance to read more by this author.

I just found out that on Wednesday, May 26, 2010, Torquere is releasing A Hidden Magic, a new M/M Urban Fantasy book by Angela Benedetti. It seems I'm getting my wish. :D

Visit Angela Benedetti here.

6 comments:

  1. Thanks! I hope you enjoy it. :D

    Angie

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  2. Angie, thanks for stopping by! Looking forward to reading this book. I'm sure I'll enjoy it. :D

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  3. Looks like a enjoyable read!!! Hope you enjoy reading it!!! Looking forward to your review!

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  4. Thanks LoR. It does look like fun... I'm looking forward to it. :)

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  5. Hi Hilcia!

    I'm finally catching up with some blog hopping! :-)

    This looks really good. I'm always up for stories about the fae, and I haven't heard of this author before so I'll be looking forward to cking her out.

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  6. Hi Renee! M/M and UF with fae, I couldn't resist either... looking forward to your thoughts. :)

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