Music City is HERE!

Ebooks available via Amazon and Barnes and Noble, signed paperbacks with the extra-special foiled covers are available through The Literary Underworld (or by emailing me directly!) and regular paperbacks are coming SOON to bookstores near you!

Amazing cover art by Johnny Lee Park!

What’s all this you say…? Check the out the press release and your questions should be answered!


Contact: Sara M. Harvey

Email: sara@saramharvey.com

Twitter: @saraphina_marie

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Website: saramharvey.com

Where’s the Books?

Nashville has a TV show, reality shows, movies, and, of course, countless records to its name…but where are the BOOKS set in Music City? Anne Rice made New Orleans famous for vampires, Laurel K. Hamilton did the same for St. Louis. You can find genre novels galore about New York City, Los Angeles, and Atlanta…but what about Nashville? Doesn’t Nashville have magic, too? Of course it does.

In her novel, Music City, author Sara M. Harvey has created the enchanted version of Nashville where the Muses inspire and faerie magic underscores every note sung in this town. This smart and funny urban fantasy focuses on Nashville’s rich music heritage as well as giving readers an inside glimpse of what makes the city so vibrant and enthralling. And also answers the question of what happens when a banshee, an Irish faerie with the power to sing open the gates between life and death, comes to Music City…she gets a record contract, of course!

Keela O’Reardon is a banshee with a relationship problem. Keela makes the mistake of dating a mortal boy under the watch of the O’Neil clan who is way out of her league. Needless to say, as with most mortal-fae romantic entanglements, this one does not end well. Michael O’Neil winds up dead and Keela is sent on a seemingly-hopeless quest to recover a lost banshee song in order to save him. She lands in Nashville and the city finds her as charming as she finds it. But not everyone is as helpful as they seem and Keela needs to stay focused on her task. That’s difficult with the allure of fame and fortune tempting her. And it’s going to take every bit of magic (and wits!) Keela has within her to finish her quest. But is she willing to save her lover at the cost of undermining Nashville’s own musical magic?

Sara M. Harvey wants to give Nashville its rightful place among magical cities in America. If you agree that Nashville needs to be represented in the urban fantasy genre with a wonderful series of its very own, written with love by a local, then you need to head on out and buy yourself a copy today!



If you would like more information on Music City or would like to schedule an interview with Sara please email sara@saramharvey.com or tweet her @saraphina_marie

Sara M. Harvey’s books on Goodreads

A Year and a DayA Year and a Day

reviews: 6
ratings: 92 (avg rating 3.97)


The Convent of the PureThe Convent of the Pure

reviews: 15
ratings: 74 (avg rating 3.92)


The Tower of the ForgottenThe Tower of the Forgotten

ratings: 12 (avg rating 4.80)


Allegiance to a Dead ManAllegiance to a Dead Man

reviews: 3
ratings: 4 (avg rating 4.50)


Seven Times A WomanSeven Times A Woman

reviews: 4
ratings: 9 (avg rating 5.00)