Back to the Fuchsia

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Description

For some people, time travel is a fantastic daydream, but for Gertie O’Leary, it’s just another magically induced accident. 

Just when you thought things couldn’t get weirder at the Paranormal Plantation, Gertie decides to jazz the place up with another DIY project. 

Fuchsia’s a great color, don’t you agree? 

Sure, it’s great. But after Gertie mixes her favorite color with a heavy dose of untried witchcraft, creating a strange time-warping side effect, she and her paranormal posse land in the court of King Henry VIII. 

You know what isn’t great? Your friend loses her memory and tries to steal your boyfriend, you can’t figure out how to get back home, and, worse, you’re accused of witchcraft! 

Add in a pair of mischievous Sasquatches along with a curious dragon, and it spells certain doom for Gertie and her friends as they take their magical buffoonery to the 16th century! 

©2016 Melanie James (P)2016 Melanie James

1 review for Back to the Fuchsia

  1. JoAnn Thompson

    Cute Story! Gertie is at It again—her naivety still gets her into trouble and is sometimes truly hilarious. Because of Gertie’s bumbling, there’s quite a bit of adventure and danger in this story that will keep you on edge…wondering what will happen next and how everyone is going to extract themselves from those unexpected and dangerous situations. The narrator did an excellent job in bringing this story to life and greatly enhanced my listening pleasure. I received a free review copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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