The Fairy of Salem Book #1
Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult
Publisher : Independently published
(3 Aug. 2019)
Zoey wasn't a witch.
Witches were vile evil things that used their magic to manipulate and control. Her magic was something different, it came from the earth she was charged with protecting. If that meant killing a few witches, then so be it.
Jinx loved being a witch.
Being magical made life easier in so many ways. Unless, of course, your mom wanted you to become the head of the coven. Then magic also came with the weight of responsibility.
When their two worlds come crashing together, their lives will change forever.
The town of Salem gets a new witch on the run from her coven and hiding her family’s Grimoire. She meets the local bookshop owner – who is something quite different – and who keeps her Grandfather in her locket!
Under Your Spell
Cajun Demons MC
military romance, romantic suspense
Love can be magical. And deadly. Chloe After my grand-mère was murdered, I returned to Bayou Noir to find the killer. And I had just one suspect, Xavier Richelieu. But I forgot just how superstitious the folks in my old hometown can be. A voodoo priestess, a supposed vampire, and a grumpy gator are on the loose. I don't believe in this crazy supernatural stuff, but I am worried about seeing my old crush again, Saint. And I should be. Somehow, he's even more gorgeous than I remember. I'm tempted to leave my good girl ways behind and take a long, hard ride with the biker. Saint I've got better things to do than follow Chloe around, but she seems bound and determined to get herself killed. Somebody needs to watch her back and it might as well be me. She's running hot and cold, but one way or the other, I'm gonna sweet talk her into my bed. I'm used to keeping my distance from women, but with Chloe, I can't get close enough. Under Your Spell is a fast-paced, action packed, MC romance with some paranormal elements. This full-length standalone novel contains a hot biker, explicit language, scorching sex scenes, and an HEA.
cycle clubs in the environs of New Orleans – a popular trope – and did one of
the ‘real’ Salem witches settle in the town? Is there ‘real’ magic? And what
are questions that the book raises in its storyline and attempts to answer with
some spooky occurrences and murder.
trope a good girl always reforms a bad boy – especially one who is, I effect, a
male whore and can’t keep his trousers zipped up, and finds himself falling for
the one woman he can be faithful to. In addition, she helps him wise up to his
criminal activities and take a more honourable route to living.
for light reading and quite a nice telling of this typical storyline.