My Boyfriend Merlin is a YA Arthurian set in today’s world. Merlin goes to high school to recruit Candidates to pull the sword from the stone—one of them girlfriend.
Favorite quote on Goodreads (http://www.goodreads.com/priyaardis):
(Ryan to Vane) “Did you recently turn into a jerk or have you been one since birth?”
Summary of My Boyfriend Merlin:
In this modern Arthurian, 17-year-old nice girl Arriane, aka Ryan, DuLac finds out her badass biker boyfriend, Matt, is a little older than he was letting on. By a few eons.
In fact, he is really Merlin–the Merlin, King Arthur’s Merlin, the greatest wizard who ever lived. But Ryan’s not impressed. Tired of being a relationship loser, she’d rather kick his legendary behind.
Sure, the world has been crazy ever since the sword and the stone fell out of the sky like a meteor. But despite gruesome gargoyles, a new world of magic, and the guy driving her crazy, Ryan knows that family is everything. Will Merlin sacrifice hers to save the world? Will she be able to stop him?
But don’t let me just tell you—watch the “If you can’t trust your boyfriend, who can you trust?” book trailer on youtube at http://youtu.be/dTMiYHRFEt8
My Boyfriend Merlin is an eBook available through most major book retailers. The next book in the My Merlin series, My Merlin Awakening, will be coming out in May 2012! Add it on Goodreads at http://www.goodreads.com/priyaardis
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Author Website: http://www.priyaardis.com/my-boyfriend-merlin.aspx
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About the Author:
Priya Ardis loves stories of all kinds–but especially the gooey ones that make your nose leak and let your latte go cold. Her young adult novel, My Boyfriend Merlin, comes from a childhood of playing too much She-Ra and watching too much Spock. She started my first book at sixteen, writing in notebooks on long train rides. While reading My Boyfriend Merlin or most books, she recommends pajamas first and a pumpkin spice anything for taste.
Her favorite Arthurian piece is the poem The Lady of Shalott by Lord Alfred Tennyson and a gorgeous song by Loreena McKennitt.
A hopeless romantic, she’s a longtime member of the Romance Writer’s of America.
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