The Christmas Unicorn


The Christmas Unicorn

by Elf Ahearn

Genre: Regency Romantic Fantasy

The greatest gifts aren’t always under the Christmas tree.

Believing herself abandoned by her fiancé in the wilds of Northern Wales, actress Babbie Crispen and her wheelchair-bound son struggle to find shelter on a frigid night before Christmas.

A strange man the locals call the Wicked Scot finds them near death on a snow-covered hillside. He brings them to his castle, a place of both terrifying and wonderful magic so powerful it changes all their lives.

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Elf Ahearn was an actress, a journalist, a communications specialist, and the worst mathematician the insurance industry ever experienced. Fortunately, she is now a dedicated kitten mom and the author of “Regency romance with a Gothic twist.” For one brief, shining moment, her first book, A Rogue in Sheep’s Clothing, was #1 in its category on Amazon. Elf lives in New York with her romantic hero and the aforementioned cats. And, in case you were wondering, Elf is her real name… Her parents are interesting people.

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  1. I love unicorns and this sounds perfect for me.

    1. Debby, If you love unicorns, I very much hope you get to read my book. Did you see that I based the story on a tale my dad used to tell us every Christmas Eve. He swore to his dying day he saw a real unicorn. I've chose to believe him.

  2. I think that the cover of your book is colorful and very attractive.

    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

    1. Thanks so much, Nancy. I adore the cover too. =^..^=

  3. Everything about this story sounds wonderful. Unicorns are magic.

    1. I categorically agree, Mary! In fact, I think unicorns are the most magical beings that ever strode the Earth. :-)


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