Merlin Slept Here

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Store clerks by day, innkeepers for the Magi by night! Twenty-year-olds Bob Himmel and Julie Beckerhof aren’t getting paid anything, but the thrills are there. If the inn isn’t sold out from under them, and if they can keep their guests alive—number seven on the list of innkeepers’ rules—they just might get married and settle into this.

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About Rob Summers

The author of the Wizards’ Inn, Hila Grant, and City Allegories series is an administrative assistant at a university. He lives with his wife on six wooded acres in rural Indiana. After discovering, while in his thirties, that writing novels is even more fulfilling than reading them, he began to create worlds and people on paper. His Mage powers include finding morel mushrooms and making up limericks in his head. Feel free to email him at robsummers76@gmail.com

About the Series: Wizards' Inn
The Wizards’ Inn series opens doors not only to time traveling Magi but also to the land of Faerie, to goblins, gnomes, shape-changers, and disagreeable relatives. If young couple Bob and Julie can keep the inn bills paid and outfox some deadly evil enemies, then they are in for a long run of hosting bizarre guests, which are the only sort the inn rules allow. Laced with humor and surprises, and with many a visit to far off lands and times, these books are for teens and adults.

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Review by: ade on Sep. 11, 2013 :
I fully agree with the other reviews this is a book for adults& kids alike. Brilliant story line & very well edited
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Review by: catghost on June 4, 2013 :
All I can say is wow. A well written and well edited book, which has an original theme and a plot that zips along without overwhelming the reader.

For a young adult book it is very readable by, shall we say, more mature readers.
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Review by: ian browne on May 16, 2013 :
Supposed to be a young adult book, but it was more enjoyable to read than a lot of so called adult books, has humour which make it a pleasure to read.
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