When in Gnome
Evangeline Black plans to have an end-of-summer beach vacation and return to grad school at Ole Miss. However, there's one thing she wants to do first, and that involves a brief detour to the lovely old antebellum home where her late mother lived. Magic thrives in Gnome, Mississippi, and Evangeline becomes quickly entangled in the magic when she spontaneously shifts into a wolf only hours after arriving. Her life is out of control, and she has to rely on the kindness of strangers: the psychic caretaker, the sheriff who practices his own version of Native American-inspired magic, and a rocker werewolf. While she struggles at the bottom of the magical learning curve, it becomes apparent that someone is stalking her. Evangeline quickly learns two things about Gnome. The first is that anything is possible. The second is that magical creatures are much less enchanting when they want you dead. "When in Gnome" is a blend of fantasy, mystery, horror, and romance. "When in Gnome" is the first book in the trilogy, "Gnome Sweet Gnome," a magical series set against the rich backdrop of the Deep South.
- Paperback | 356 pages
- 140 x 216 x 20mm | 449g
- 28 Sep 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Emily Night
Emily Night was raised and educated in a series of small towns in Mississippi. She holds a Master's in Education. When she isn't too busy in the real world, she likes to draw, paint, and watch scary movies. "When in Gnome" is her first novel.