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New (re)Release! No Accounting for Magic is live!

I’ve just revised and republished two shorter works (a novelette and a novella) together in a single volume. These were written under my pseudonym Nina Merrill, which I use for the more spicy romances I write, where the intimacy levels and descriptions are high. Please welcome No Accounting for Magic, containing the tales “Genie, No Bottle” and “Paint It Black.” You’ll find buy links at the bottom of this post and on the book page elsewhere on the site. Scroll past the cover image for the book description.

Special introductory price of $1.99 everywhere!

NoAccounting 6x9 cover from Lora

Here’s the description:
No Accounting for Magic – What happens when straitlaced accountants find love–and magic? Mel Sterling, writing as Nina Merrill, brings these erotic tales together for the first time, proving that playing by the numbers, sorcery, guacamole, and a few too many tentacles can be delicious indeed.

Genie, No Bottle – Being cursed with a genie is bad for your dating life. Now that accountant Laura Jayne is ready to settle down, her family’s ethereal servant Samir has started acting up. He’s her best friend, and Laura’s determined to set him free. But what happens when your genie wants something else entirely?

Paint It Black
– When Mason Whitlock swears he’s being haunted, neighborhood psychic Cassandra Farris doubts him entirely. Who would haunt an accountant, especially one so buttoned-up and conventional? Mason’s desperate, and Cassie begins to believe him. Good thing she’s a whiz at protective magic.

Unfortunately, only fire fights fire–and this haunting is a powerful erotic spell. Ridding Mason of it turns out to be more pleasure than work. Except once Cassie pries its victim away, the hungry, furious spirit seeks a new target: Cassie herself.

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2 Comments

  1. Cheers and congratulations! Can’t wait to read them again. 🙂

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