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Kids are on the streets of L.A. experimenting with dangerous magic, a powerful witch has sworn to get her revenge, he and his best friend are on the outs and his fae warrior girlfriend is back in town. Can Charlie’s life get any more complicated?
Yes it can.
Tricked by his irritating uncle and imprisoned by a powerful enemy, Charlie must strike a magical bargain, taking him into a once familiar realm, which is still suffering the aftereffects of a corrupt queen’s rule. Accompanied by Samson, his most loyal friend, Charlie works hard to find a balance between compassion and control.
Put some magic in your holiday season!
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Elle, a fae female, has refused to return to the Faerie Court because of the treatment she endured under the former queen, Fionna. She's been a guest in Sasha's home for the last few months, and is finally beginning to feel comfortable in this new world—finding herself drawn to the gentle warrior, but not worthy to stand at his side.
Sasha, a vampire with a violent past, is smitten by this sweetly elegant female, but has demons of his own to dispel. When Elle invites him to a magical celebration, he jumps at the chance to spend time with her. But can they heal each other on the Winter Solstice, the longest night of the year?
Gayle here. Thanks for dropping by.
Here's a list of things happening in November that will keep me very busy.
#1 We have lots of leftover candy to eat.
(How many snack-sized snickers did I already eat today? Well, I guess I could have just one more, right?)
#2 We have some local elections coming up. Better check the line up.
#3 There are invitations to Thanksgiving dinners to accept or ignore.
#4 OR there is a huge Thanksgiving feast to plan. (Haven't decided yet)
#5 There are boxes of old Christmas decorations and ornaments to sort through.
#6 There are sales and more sales and even more sales to peruse. (To be honest, I shop online. Saves my feet and causes a lot less stress.)
#7 There are books coming out by some of my favorite authors. Yaaaay! Now all I have to do is find time to read them.
#8 There's the what to do with the leftover turkey conundrum. Turkey omelets?
#9 There's the first time we light the fireplace. Don't you love that night? (I live in Northern California. It hasn't gotten cold yet.)
#10 There's National Novel Writing Month, where my writer friends and I try our best to write 50,000 words in one month while taking care of everything else on this list as well as our daily lives.
#11 And finally there are the three releases I have in November - Winter Solstice Wishes, Falling Out and the audiobook version of Rebirth - which I will celebrate by curling up with a good book, a glass of wine, a turkey omelet and a snack-sized Snickers bar in front of the first fire of the season.
I wish you all a very happy and healthy November. :0)
A theatre major in college, Gayle's spent many joyful hours working as a stage manager, production manager and costume designer for several different New York and California community theatre companies. Working with the Staten Island Children's Theatre has been her favorite occupation, as she's enjoyed watching the kids grow from little squirts in the chorus, to talented performers taking on leading roles.