Magic at the Roxy
by Diane Wylie
Celeste Macallister is not having a good year. She's been jilted at the altar and laid off from her job. The one, slightly tarnished, bright spot is the old art deco theater in Scotland, The Roxy, left to her by her Aunt Nora. On the advice of her old friend, Harry Cameron, she decides to hire Matthew Stewart, the famous stage magician, to keep the theater alive. It’s a good idea…at first.
Harry, who was once a magician himself, gives Matt a treasure that’s been hidden in the Roxy’s attic for many years. An amulet long rumored to have magical abilities, the Triquetra piques the interest of both men, and Matt makes the colossal mistake of testing the amulet’s magic.
One minute she’s in the 21st century, and the next, Celeste finds herself in a time when The Roxy is new, Harry Cameron is young, and Nazi bombs are raining down on Scotland. It doesn’t take her long to figure out it’s all Matthew Stewart's fault. To think, she was really beginning to like the man...