THE TRICKSTER by KATHLEEN NANCE
Long after she'd given up on his return, Matthew Mark
Hennessy strolled back into Joy Taylor's life, bolder than
Hermes when he stole Apollo's cattle. But Joy was no
longer the girl who had so easily trusted him with her
heart. An aspiring chef, she had no intention of being
distracted by the fireworks the magician sparked in her.
But with a kiss silkier than her custard cream, he melted
away her defenses. And she knew the master showman had
performed the greatest trick of all: setting her heart
Mark had traveled to Louisiana to uncover the truth, not to
rekindle an old passion. But Joy set him sizzling. It was
not her cooking that had him salivating, but the sway of
her hips. And though magicians never divulged their
secrets, Joy tempted him to confide his innermost desires.
In a flash Mark realized their passion was no illusion, but
the magic of true love.
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"Chef and Magician can cook up love in spite of Zeus"
Reviewed by Cy Korte
Posted November 12, 2001
Ms. Nance has combined Greek fables and modern times for a
humor filled romance [even for us who barely know the
fables]. Zeus has plans for winning back his wife Hera.
Part of his plan is to choose one woman from each of the
family trees he created and fix Read more...
"Mythical Matchmakers Mess with Romance but Love Prevails"
Reviewed by Leslie Tramposch
Posted January 3, 2002
Kathleen Nance, known for her wonderful djinn stories,
kicks off a new series with THE TRICKSTER. This is
a supernatural matchmaking type of romance. Not content
with a mere Cupid, Ms. Nance calls out the big guns in the
guise of Zeus, currently known as Zeke Jupiter (and Read more...