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Rosamund is miserable and lonely, on the run from a foreign king and queen because she wouldn't help them scheme against each other. A dashing knife juggler whose physical skills complement her magical prowess might be the right man to make her feel alive again.

Historical fantasy romance with a trans heroine, Jewish hero, and Bavarian setting

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Kindle Edition, 27 pages
Published January 14th 2020
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I adore this story! It just wish it was longer - I would love to read more about Rosamund and Elias!
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A cute, short romance story with a trans woman mage and a man who is a Jewish acrobat/street performer. They have nice banter and I wish the story was longer!
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Shira Glassman is a bisexual Jewish violinist passionately inspired by German and French opera and Agatha Christie novels.

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