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Summary

Morli is a prince on a mission - but he’d rather be baking.

Baxter is a lonely production artist stuck in a pandemic lockdown.

They are literally universes apart. But with a little help from a magic shop, a raven, and a dead great-aunt who was possibly a witch, Morli and Baxter are joined together on a cross-worlds adventure. Battling killer brambles in order to rescue an enchanted princess seems simple compared to their real challenges: Discovering their strengths and creating a future together.

The Muffin Man is part of the Magic Emporium Series. Each book stands alone, but each one features an appearance by Marden’s Magic Emporium, a shop that can appear anywhere, but only once and only when someone is in dire need. This audiobook contains reluctant heroes, sentient sourdough starter, lots of carbs, and a guaranteed HEA.

©2021 Kim Fielding (P)2021 Kim Fielding

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  • Kogi
  • 09-09-21

Delightful take on a fairytale

Joel does his usual magic with this tale. Kim does her usual magic with a fairytale. Only complaint is no freash baked goods offered with purchase. Seriously fun take on the traditional tale.

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  • Chelsea S
  • 13-09-21

DNF @ an hour in

I normally never write negative reviews but here is an exception. Fairytale, magic, and Joel Leslie narration was an auto buy however only an hour in I had to shut it off. Way too many political and pandemic comments. This is a fairytale romance which I felt didn't need all that stuff, not to say it doesn't have a place in anyone's reading it just wasn't what I wanted especially with everything going on currently. I wanted to smile and have some escapism. Just didn't do it for me maybe I will try at a later date.