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Book Recommendation | Charm Me Again by Award-Winning Bestseller @TenaStetler #preorder #paranormalr

Title: Charm Me Again

Author: Tena Stetler

Genre: Paranormal Romance/Mystery

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press

Book Blurb:

Daylan, a warlock, is being haunted, but what the ghost wants is a mystery. His magical powers bring him no closer to an answer—until he encounters Josie, a Yoga instructor.

But when she is kidnapped by an ancient Fae Warrior set on revenge Daylan must rescue her before the rogue claims her as his own. During his quest, his world spirals out of control, and a devastating curse comes to light. Could the ghost hold the answers he needs?

Can he break the age-old curse to save Josie and their future, or will Daylan lose her forever?

The background of the graphic above is actually a picture of Hanging Lake, Colorado which is the place mentioned in the following excerpt.


“Hey wait for me.” He stuffed lunch in the day pack, along with extra waters, swung it on his back and jogged after her. He made the suggested pit stop and met her at the base of the trail. “Ready?”

“Just so you know, we’ll gain 1,000 feet in elevation during the mile climb. Drink lots of water. I can’t haul your ass off this mountain due to dehydration or altitude sickness.” She snickered.

“I’ll be fine.” He fished the bottle of water from his belt pack and took a swig. “See, I’m prepared. Also bought a first aid kit last night.”

“Great, now we have two. I always have one in the SUV.”

“Good to know, not a lot of help on the trail or at the Lake.” He chided.

She smirked. “It’s in the day pack you’re carrying.”

A little over two hours into the hike, he huffed and puffed as he struggled to keep up with lithe Josie who had no trouble talking as she climbed.

Pausing on a footbridge, she waited for him. “This trail follows Dead Horse Creek. “There are footbridges that span the creek along the way. Like this one.” She picked up her booted foot and put it back down. “Ready.”

He nodded because he didn’t have the breath to say anything.

As they climbed, the trail became steeper and rockier. He grabbed hold of the handrails assuming they were provided for oxygen-deprived people like him. How do people breath up here? Until now he’d prided himself in being in excellent shape.

She turned and peeked over her shoulder. “You all right back there? We’re almost to the top.”

About damn time. Huffing out another breath, he leaned against a large boulder. The trail opened up and the Lake came into view. He sucked in a breath at the geologic wonder before his eyes. Suspended on the edge of Glenwood Canyon’s cliff, waterfalls spilled into a clear turquoise lake. Lush green plants trailed from the outcropping of rock on the walls surrounding the water was like nothing he’d ever seen. “This is absolutely unbelievable.”

She grinned. “Told you.” Grabbing his hand she tugged him to the boardwalk area surrounding part of the lake and plopped down. “Rest, we’ll eat our sandwiches and then I’ll show you around.”

“Sounds good.” He eased down on a rock and shrugged off his pack, opened it, and handed her a sandwich. He wolfed down his sandwich, chips and drank another bottle of water.

Suddenly, the wind changed direction, a thin maroon line formed along the flat bottom of the dark clouds spreading across the sky where moments before there’d been only a few fluffy cotton ball clouds in a sea of blue. The maroon line widened then switched to vertical and spread open to reveal a shimmering interior. Shadows emerged from the cloud then disappeared. As he was about to comment, huge raindrops plopped on the ground followed by pea size hail that grew to softball size.

Josie ran for cover and he followed. Protected under a ledge, she cupped her hands over her ears as the roaring of the storm combined with huge ice balls smashing against rocks echoed through the canyon. She elbowed him and cocked a brow in question, pointing to the vegetation that remained unharmed.

His eyes narrowed. Something isn’t right. I can feel it. Magic is spinning this storm. But who—how and why?

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Author Biography

Tena Stetler is a best-selling author of award winning paranormal romance novels. She has an over-active imagination, which led to writing her first vampire romance as a tween to the chagrin of her mother and delight of her friends.

With the Rocky Mountains outside her window, she sits at her computer surrounded by a wide array of paranormal creatures, with a Navy SEAL or two mixed in telling their tales. Her books tell stories of magical kick-ass women and strong mystical males that dare to love them. Travel, adventure and a bit of mystery flourish in her books along with a few companion animals to round out the tales.

Colorado is her home; shared with her husband of many moons, a brilliant Chow Chow, a spoiled parrot and a forty-five-year-old box turtle. Any winter evening, you can find her curled up in front of a crackling fire with a good book, a mug of hot chocolate and a big bowl of popcorn

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