Sunday, January 21, 2007



The Ghost in the Glass:
Interior Designer Maureen McBride never expected to get a faery when she ordered antique Irish glass for the windows of the mansion she’s decorating, but if he doesn’t kill her first, the trickster’s games may just give her the greatest gift of her life.

Red’s Bower:
Famed violinist Raymond O’Connor came to Flynn’s Bed and Breakfast seeking sanctuary to prepare for an important concert, but a night in Red’s Bower leads to the biggest decision of his life.

Publisher: Freya's Bower
Rating: Tangy

Length: Bites (2 related short stories)
Price: $2.00


Sangria, a reviewer for Cocktail Reviews, rated Glass Magic a 4 Champagne Flute read! Here are a few of her thoughts:

Overall, the first story in this set of two is amusing and very witty. The second tale inspires more emotions and with both tales I was left satisfied that love indeed wins the day. A great pair of stories that tie together wonderfully. For a quick read when you’re short on time, I’d recommend buying Glass Magic. Even if you have time in abundance, this ebook is highly satisfying.

Read Sangria's complete 4 Flute review here.


C.C. Ellis, a reviewer for Romance Divas, awarded Glass Magic a rating of 5 Kisses. Here are a few of her comments:

Ms. Mumford creates a devilishly wicked and wonderfully whimsical character in Red. His antics are humorous and the results are passionate and truly inspired. I have to say that I hope Red plans to play matchmaker again, since these delicious little “bites” from Freya's Bower are perfect treats for readers with a hectic schedule.

Read C.C.'s complete 5 Kiss review here.


Reviewer M.E. Ellis gave Glass Magic a rating of 4 Stars and says:

These stories are both amusing and erotic. I would highly recommend them for a light-hearted read that gives you a sense of happiness that true love can, and does exist. So, advice from me, go buy it.

Summary: A quirky, very well-written read, that induces a smile—it is indeed magic.

Read the M.E.'s whole review here:


Susan White, a reviewer for Coffee Time Romance awarded Glass Magic a full 3 Cups and says:

This delightful book really struck my fancy. Red is a wonderfully mischievous faery. I had such fun reading about him. Both stories give readers an idea of Red's personality and charm. Ms. Mumford is an author to watch for in the future. If you enjoy tales of faeries and magic then give this enchanting book a try.

Read Susan's complete 3 Cup review here.

Monday, January 1, 2007


Sorcha's Heart received a rating of 5 Champagne Flutes from White Russian at Cocktail Reviews! Here's a taste of her comments:

I’m so very glad that I read this story. It has opened up a new genre for me that I had previously ignored and secretly scoffed at as being weird and unreal. To be shown that ‘unreal’ can indeed be made totally ‘real’ was a pleasure. I am a little reticent though, to try other fantasy books for fear that none of them will ever match up to this one. They say your first is always special—and indeed it’s true. My first ‘fantasy’ will, I think, always remain the best. It will always be Sorcha’s Heart.

Read White Russian's complete 5 Flute review here.


Michelle Puffer, reviewer for Wild Child Publishing, gave Sorcha's Heart a rating of 5 Cats!
Here's an excerpt from Michelle's review:

Sorcha's Heart held me captive from the word go. The writing is impeccable, and the story is very unique ... I want you to go out and buy this novella and read it and be taken to another land where you will be at once enchanted and awed ... Sorcha's Heart is a wonderful romantic fantasy by Debbie Mumford.

Read Michelle's full 5 Cat review here.


Ash Arceneaux, a reviewer for Romance Divas, gave Sorcha's Heart a full 5 Kisses! Here's a sampling of her comments:

I fell in love with this book on page one. Ms. Mumford's characters were so vivid and sympathetic ... The book had a quick pace that sucked me right into the story and refused to let me go until I'd read the last word ... The characters, situation and conflicts were magical. The last page literally "popped" with a surprise that made me laugh out loud. Sorcha's Heart is a must-read!

Read Ash's full 5 Kisses review here.


Frost, a reviewer for TwoLips Reviews, rated Sorcha's Heart with 4.5 Lips! Here are a few of her comments:

What an exciting short story Sorcha’s Heart by Debbie Mumford proved to be! Sorcha goes through an incredible number of transformations, both physical and emotional. She finds true love, nearly loses it, and finds it again. Both the human and dragon races are enlightened through her determination to pursue her destiny and to find her life purpose. I highly recommend Sorcha’s Heart for lovers of fantasy or shapeshifters, and for any reader desiring a love story with philosophical overtones, racing toward a happy ending!

Read Frost's complete 4.5 Lips review here.


M.E. Ellis, of Ellis Reviews, awarded 5 Stars to Sorcha's Heart and says:

What can I say but a fabulous, and I mean FABULOUS novella. Right from the beginning I was gripped by this tale. I wanted it to be longer; it ended too soon! Thank goodness it is part of a serial! I eagerly await the next book ... The descriptions are lush and vivid. A very original plot that had me marvelling at the turns it took.

Read the M.E.'s whole review here:


Lisa, a reviewer for Coffee Time Romance, awarded Sorcha's Heart a full 3 Cups. Here are some of her thoughts:

In this fantasy-based tale, Sorcha’s Heart delivers a sweet, ‘opposites attract’ kind of love story. Both heroine and hero are honest and intelligent characters willing to break the mold of conformity for the one they love. Ms. Mumford delivers a charming romance with some very clever twists along the way.

Read Lisa's complete 3 Cup review here.


Sorcha's Heart is available from Freya's Bower.

Rating: Sweet
Book Length: Novella
Price: $4.75

A legendary relic, a dragon-wrought amulet, the Heart of Fire may be the salvation of her people, and Sorcha is willing to pay any price to obtain it, but when she discovers the price is the loss of her humanity, she learns caution too late. Only a hero can save her, and he isn't human.

An ancient relic of dragon magic; its price? Nothing less than Sorcha’s heart.