Forty-two-year-old Mia Thorne is not living her best life. After a disastrous career-and-relationship-ending event, she escapes New York City and moves to a sleepy river town in Pennsylvania, courtesy of a dead aunt she never knew. Aunt Hazel was the reclusive family nut, a self-proclaimed psychic. Of course, Mia’s dad always told her that she, too, had the gift, but after his death, her mother made sure to squelch the notion. No square pegs allowed!
Aunt Hazel’s old cottage is only slightly better than the decrepit gardens surrounding it. Mia doesn’t know the first thing about gardening and expects this will be one more failure on her seemingly endless list. Even Aunt Hazel’s ancient cat seems to have pegged her as a loser.
When Mia stumbles over a body in the overgrown garden, the newcomer catches the eye of the police chief and his hotshot detective, Derek Fairfax, and she becomes the number one suspect in the case. Much to her shock and awe, she also catches the eye of Derek’s brother, Dane, a lawyer with a head for what’s legal and a bod for what isn’t—but getting arrested for murder would certainly put a damper on her dating life.
Will Mia tap into her long-buried psychic skills in order to save herself or will she end up digging her own grave?
Titles in The Bloomin’ Psychic series include – Petal to the Metal – Life’s a Birch (May 2021) –
The first rule of being a ghost whisperer: Don’t tell anyone.
Sure, it might sound harmless. A fun party trick, even. I assure you, it’s not.
How do I know? Well, let’s just say that I’ve had a lot of experience with this sort of thing, and nine times out of ten, it turns into an all-consuming disaster.
Being plagued by needy ghosts twenty-four/seven is one thing; being harassed by a horde of curious — or worse, grieving — flesh-and-blood people is an entirely different circus. I mean really, who wants to hold an impromptu séance in the middle of the cereal aisle? Not me, and the manager of the grocery store probably isn’t too crazy about the idea, either.
So, that’s it. If you’re a ghost whisperer, just keep your mouth shut and act normal. Ghosts? What ghosts?
Now, if only I would start listening to my own advice …
Titles in the Beechwood Harbor Ghost Mysteries series include –The Ghost Hunter Next Door –Ghosts Gone Wild – When Good Ghosts Get the Blues – Big Ghosts Don’t Cry – Diamonds are a Ghost’s Best Friend – Ghosts Just Wanna Have Fun – Bad Ghosts Club –
*Connection to the Beechwood Harbor Magic Mysteries series*
Can she awaken her dormant powers and stop a desperate killer from destroying the forest?
Sarah Spellwood feels she’s hit bottom. Divorced and jobless, she relocates to the enchanting village of Witchland intent on solving the murder of her late mentor. But as she pursues clues buried in the man’s fight to save the endangered forest-dwelling lynx, she makes an enemy of a ruthless land developer.
Encountering fairies in the woods, Sarah discovers she’s been repressing unique gifts passed down from her ancestor and founding witch, Lativia Spellwood. But though she can now hear her deceased friend’s dog speak, she isn’t sure her abilities are enough to expose the greed and corruption covering a killer’s lies.
Can Sarah work with magical beings to bring a murderer to justice?
Titles in The Spellwood Witches include – Witch’s Tail – Howl Play – Tail of a Feather – Impawsible Mischief – Pawtrayal –
After being fired from her sister’s magical resort for some unknown—but mysterious—reason, Coral Lake opened her own coffee shop, Magic Brew. With the help of a cranky talking crow, everything seemed to be going well.
Until a man drops dead in Coral’s magical coffee shop, and she has to find the murderer—before she’s the one accused!
Now, with a murder to solve, a cursed resort, and an enticing Event Planning Manager with chocolate eyes to die for, Coral needs to whip up a potion coffee. Only with a heavy dose of caffeine and magic will she be able to solve this mystery…
Titles in the Magic Brew Cozy Mystery series include – Enchanting Murder –
Welcome to magical Fairy Falls, where love is in the air and killers are on the loose.
Mina Tiller has just moved to the paranormal world, but her first potions lesson goes horribly wrong when she ends up on the bad side of a local witch, and that same witch shows up murdered a few hours later.
With Mina and Scarlett both prime suspects, the two of them decide their only choice is to solve yet another murder. But between navigating magic lessons, Pawdrey Hepburn deciding to use up all her nine lives at once, and discovering things she never knew about her family, Mina’s wondering if she’s going to be able to keep it all together and solve the case before she finds her new life is actually going to be spent behind bars.
Series – Fairy Falls Mysteries = 1. Love at First Spell – 2. Hex Over Heels – 3. Witches are from Venus – Sealed with a Curse –
Shadowvale isn’t a typical small-town America. The sun never shines, the gates decide who enters, magic abounds, and every resident bears some kind of curse.
No one knows this as well as raven shifter Deacon Evermore, who, like everyone in his family, has a curse. While his position as Shadowvale’s peacekeeper lets him use that curse for good, he’d rather live anywhere else. He stays for his family, but doubts he can last much longer.
Fledgling witch Emeranth Greer is determined to escape her past and make a fresh start in Shadowvale with the aunt she’s never met. Her aunt and the town prove to be far better than she imagined. There’s no way Em is leaving this magical place. Especially when staying means more time with the handsome Deacon.
But when Em’s troubled past catches up with her and nearly destroys the romance budding between her and Deacon, her instinct is to run again. Except there’s magic in the mix now and the town won’t let her leave. Only Deacon can save her, but can a cursed man clear her name…or will her history destroy them both?
Titles in the Shadowvale series include – The Trouble with Witches – The Vampire’s Cursed Kiss – The Forgettable Miss French – Moody and the Beast –
An Arrow to the Heart is No Loving Matter
Helga owns an antique shop in the bustling French Quarter in New Orleans. She’s a witch with fiery silver eyes when her witchiness takes control. But right now she’s burdened with three ghosts who like to keep her company while working. But that’s not the worst of it. When a dead body with an arrow to the heart lies in her path, will she be the one who is blamed? The ornery critter had a jealous wife. Or maybe the arrow has a significant meaning. Could Cupid be on the warpath? Is the deadly deed black magic or evil lurking in the mundane world?
Helga’s coven consists of Gwen her sister, and friends from the Shear Magic hair salon. Can they help her or is one of them to blame.
Jacob, the detective in town, is an old school chum of Helga’s. While he may not possess the skills Helga has, he does have a few of his own, not counting his dreamy eyes.
Series – Witches Be Crazy = 1. Down the Hatch – 2. Down But Not Dead – 3. Down and Out – 4. Down and Dirty – 5. Down in Flames – 6. Down for the Count –
Have yourself a very Merry Witchmas in Holiday Haven, where the magic and mystery of Christmas is snow joke!
Lumi Northrop is a powerful guardian of the north—the North Star Reindeer Sanctuary, that is.
When Rudolph vanishes the week before Christmas, Lumi is thrust from the peace and quiet of her family’s farm, into the magical town of Holiday Haven to help find him.
Lumi quickly discovers that Rudolph isn’t the only local celebrity who’s gone missing. Jack Frost is also MIA, just days before his coronation as the next Frost King.
Teaming up with Corbin Frost, Jack’s reclusive brother, Lumi finds more questions than answers. What she thinks is an odd coincidence quickly turns into something more sinister.
With time running out for Rudolph and Jack, can Lumi use her powers to save the North Pole?
Series – Winter Witches of Holiday Haven = 1. Sleigh Spells by Bella Falls – 2. Reindeer Runes by Danielle Garrett – 3. Holiday Hexes by J. L. Collins – 4. Winter Wishes by Elle Adams – 5. Cocoa Curses by Erin Johnson