Learning of an imminent collision between the human and mythical worlds, bookseller Jim Franklin seeks assistance from a book of genuine spells, a group of larcenous elves, and a two-centuries-old virgin.
I thought it would be a lot funnier than it turned out to be. It was a lot more serious than I wanted. I was looking for funny. It did read all right and there was a little humor but not much. Holly Lisle is a decent writer but not a top tier one at this stage in her career. At least that is my opinion.