Christina dreamed of becoming a magician like her father, but real life made her fantasy disappear. Now a twenty-five-year-old waitress in Boston, she passes the local magic store and can only imagine what might have been. One day, compelled to step inside, she captures the attention of a charming street performer, who hires her as his assistant. Christina has no desire to make a career out of holding some guy’s props, but maybe Reynaldo the Magnificent could be her ticket to something bigger. When his dark side threatens everything she’s worked for—including the troubled young doctor who has become one of her fans—she questions if the opportunity for a second chance is worth the price of admission.
About the Author
Laurie Boris has been writing fiction for over twenty-five years and is the award-winning author of six novels. When not playing with the universe of imaginary people in her head, she's a freelance copyeditor and enjoys baseball, reading, and avoiding housework.