Q&A with Angela Benedetti, author of A Hidden Magic
Today we're chatting with A Hidden Magic author Angela Benedetti!
If you haven't read Kenra Daniels' review of the book, take a second to check it out so you have a better feel for what we're talking about below. Angie is also giving away an e-copy of A Hidden Magic to one lucky commenter, so read the Q&A then follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter below the interview for your chance to win!
October 13, 2011
Review: A Hidden Magic (Sentinels series #1) by Angela Benedetti
When psychotic Rory goes to meet his friend Manny for breakfast, he has to be really careful where he's looking so he doesn't see all sorts of fairy tale creatures. Next thing he knows, goblins are trying to eat him, and Manny's friends rescue him. Turns out, he's not psychotic after all, but able to see magical creatures, and he has something special that makes him incredibly appetizing to them. Manny's friend Paul, leader of the Sentinel team responsible for keeping the mortal realm safe from magical creatures, appoints himself Rory's protector-in-chief. A Hidden Magic is Worth a Look!
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