It all started so innocently. Charlie only stopped in Redemption, Wisconsin, because she was lost. She never meant to stay. She never meant to fall in love. She never meant to bring the danger she was running from into this wholesome Midwestern town. Except Redemption had some secrets of its own … and they were even more deadly than what she was trying to escape.
All Deirdre wants to do is trail ride, and her modest rural community is a horsewoman’s dream, despite rumors that it’s haunted by the horseback-riding Black Witch of Fairy Glen. But something very real and sinister is menacing her little slice of heaven. A real-estate mogul wants to build fireproof mega-mansions on the ridgeline, bulldozing through Fairy Glen to get to the top. Does he have anything to do with the dead bodies showing up around the neighborhood?
The Calamity Corners Witch Mysteries
Nann, that’s with 2 N’s, has inherited an old heirloom of a house, along with a pet pig familiar who talks through the radio and likes to steal toilet seats. Nothing strange there. After moving in she becomes fast friends with an alligator shifter and a fairy who works as a mechanic. The Vampire club meets upstairs above her book store. Little do they know that the ghost of a French vampire occupies the same space. And she’s not found of the sounds emitting from their bodies.
She stares at her mother’s clumsy lettering on the envelope. Nine years. Nine years since she stepped over her mother’s drunken body and into a cold Alaska night running south, leaving her mother forever. How did she find me? She hesitates, knowing the letter inside will drag her home; back into the bleakness of a life with no exit. Kris Gabriel, Alaska Native, and fierce like a wolverine, returns to Alaska–to find her mother murdered. Guilty she abandoned her in life, Kris only knows to fight. Relentlessly, she tracks a trail of pain, of lost love, of lives ripped apart by the frozen north’s unyielding laws, never suspecting that she has far more at stake than just finding her mother’s killer.