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A Most Unusual Wedding – Cover reveal!

MostUnusualWedding[A]FSThough technically, I suppose it was revealed three days ago when I did my little blog release party over on Dreamspinner Press’ blog. I’m so excited that this book is officially released on MONDAY! wooHOO! (you can pre-order it here) And the prequel,  A Most Unusual Courtship, is available here for FREE!

Wedding takes place in an alternate Victorian London where magic and same-sex unions exist without anyone batting an eyelash. Lord Leo Harris and Master Leathersmith Gerald Smithson are some of the most fun characters that I’ve ever written. I wouldn’t say they’re polar opposites, but they’re certainly different enough to keep my writing life quite lively. And then, of course, all the research I ended up doing for the book! My god I was sick of Victorian life by the time the final, final, final edit was finished and it was good to go! LOL!

From the blurb:

Adventure brought unlikely lovers Lord Leonard “Leo” Harris and Master Leathersmith Gerald Smithson together. Now it threatens to tear them apart. Three weeks before their wedding, a plague strikes Victorian London—the worst to engulf the city in five hundred years. The symptoms are eerily reminiscent of the Black Death with boils, a horrific death, and immunity to magical cures. As one of the most powerful mages in the country, Leo searches for a cure and the person behind the scourge all while Gerald must finalize wedding plans and try to thwart a persistent—and unwanted—“admirer.” It’s a race against time as Gerald shows symptoms, and Leo must fight a powerful Dark Mage to get the cure before he loses the love of his life.

I really love these guys and I hope you do too. And I’m working on the sequel to Wedding, A Most Unusual Honeymoon, right now so I hopefully won’t keep people waiting too long to find out what happens to Leo and Gerald next.


About Nancy M. Griffis

Author and screenwriter who loves scifi/action/adventure/urban fantasy genres. I have two published novels, Mind Games and Eternal Investigations, as well as a short story published for charity called "Home Fires Burning." All are available through amazon.com and barnesandnobles.com.


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