Hello Legendary Peeps! Last week you met J. B. Garner and learned some interesting information on how to balance descriptions in your literary world. And let me say, he did a fantastic job of that in Rune Service: Dwarf for Hire.
I will admit, it took me a little bit to get into the book, but my life was crazy hectic when I read it. (Thank you flu season.) Once my brain cleared up, I was completely absorbed. The characters are hilarious, the action is booming, and the plot kept me rooting for the main character the entire time. I will definitely be checking out book 2: Rune Service: Once in a Blue Rune.
If you’re looking for a fun, fast-paced read, then Rune Service: Dwarf for Hire is just for you.
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Rune Service: Dwarf for Hire
A prince in danger, an epic quest, and a cup of coffee, all at your local Easy-E-Mart!
When Mary Stone started her overnight shift at the convenience store, she never expected to run into an elf begging for help because she is supposed to know magic. Key word, supposed to.
Now she’s caught in a world where dragons are real, wererabbits are a thing, and the creatures that go bump in the night really do hide under beds.
And all of them are after her.
Worse, if she doesn’t find a way to master her powers and save the elf who turned her life upside down, she may never find out the one thing she’s been after all these years. The truth about who she really is.