A Cure for Nel and Other Stories: Three short fantasy stories of love, family, magic, greed, and ambition

· Kyra Halland
Ebook
36
Pages
Eligible

About this ebook

 Three short fantasy stories about love, family, magic, greed, ambition, and the desires of the human heart:


The Peach Tree: Lonely spinster seamstress Sula will do anything to gain her greatest desire.

  

You Can't Take It With You: Uncle Morgi, the richest wizard in the city, has died, and his most valuable possession is missing.

  

A Cure for Nel: When Leya’s daughter falls ill, their only hope is the man who abandoned them years ago to pursue his dreams of magic.

About the author

Beginning with the Prydain books by Lloyd Alexander and the Earthsea Trilogy by Ursula K. Leguin, Kyra Halland has always loved fantasy. She has also always loved a good love story. In 1990, as a new stay-at-home mom with a young baby, she finally decided to combine those two loves - like chocolate and peanut butter! - by writing the kinds of romantic fantasy novels she wanted to read.

Complicated but honorable heroes; heroines who are strong, smart, and feminine; magic, romance, and adventure; and excursions into the dark corners of life and human nature mixed with a dash of offbeat humor - all of these make up Kyra Halland's worlds. She is excited to share those worlds with readers, who she hopes will enjoy her stories and characters as much as she does.

Kyra Halland lives in southern Arizona. She has a very patient husband, two less-patient cats, and two young adult sons. Besides writing, she enjoys scrapbooking and anime, and she wants to be a crazy cat lady when she grows up.

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