Mysteries & Magick
Christine McKay gives us two stories to enjoy in Mysteries and Magick.
In Poisoned Magick, the title says it all. Samantha learned herbal magick at her grandma’s knee. Her grandma wanted Samantha to have everything she wanted and Samantha wants John, more than she wants food.
It couldn’t be wrong using her talent to attract John’s attention. And after one date, she knows John wants her, he just needs a little push.
But Samantha’s little push gets her much more than she plans on. It goes back to the old adage…be careful what you wish for. You just might get it.
In Pierce My Heart Christine gives another view of a guardian angel. Sometimes what is needed is a little tough love. And Sissy…aka Lachesis…is just the lady to dish it out to Jessie.
Sissy is tired of watching Jessie let life pass her buy…you know all work and no play….
So play comes in the form of two hunky guys…well angels, Michael and Deacon. Both fill holes in Jessie’s life that she never knew she had. But are they want she really needs or wants? Or is there someone else who’s been waiting patiently for Jessie to open her eyes and look at what is standing right in front of her?
A good read. I think you’ll enjoy it.
Book Blurb for Mysteries & Magick
White magic. Gray magic. Black magic. A witch is a witch. Right? Samantha never meant to cross the line. Hell, she didn’t even know a line existed. All she wanted to do was make sure John noticed her. Dabbling with the herbal magic her grandmother taught her doesn’t seem wrong. Especially when it produces results.
Of course, for those walking in the mystical ways, Samantha’s dabbling is anything but innocent. And for those who’ve long since crossed to the dark side, she’s a downright delectable bit of flesh. But though black magic and its wielders may be able to blind a woman, they’ll never be able to fully control her actions.
Pierce My Heart
Shakespeare’s Hamlet had it more right than he knew. Hierarchies of angels, deities and demons walk among us, mostly unnoticed. But every now and again, Fate steps into a person’s life to bitch-slap some sense into them.
Jessie is one of those “blessed” people. Sissy, a.k.a. Lachesis, an aspect of Fate, is on a mission, and she has angels Michael and Deacon at her disposal. Combining a Virtue and Power creates some potent mojo all on its own, but adding a lonely human woman to the mix is a sure way to shake loose the knots in the weave of life. Here’s hoping Jessie’s thread is strong enough to take it.
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