Home to Hawk Ridge

When I was younger, I often wished I could do something to catch a young fellow's eye. In Gemini Judson's book, "Home to Hawk Ridge," I get to see just what could happen if my wishing had come true. Katerina is something else. Her whole sense of reasoning is not like our own, but then perhaps that is how a gypsy witch thinks. She casts a charm upon herself to be beautiful and sexy (oh how I wish I could do that one) and yet, she then has to deal with the reality of what she's doing. Does Steve Rider love her for who she really is? Read Gemini's book and find out more. I do believe you'll enjoy reading 'Home to Hawk Ridge."

Book Blurb for Home to Hawk Ridge

Contemporary, Paranormal Erotica
165 Pages

Katerina Bauer’s history is woven with threads of herbal magic and the powers of animal magnetism. She was orphaned as a child and raised by her aunts. These women use trickery and fascination to earn a dirty living. They’ve also made Kat their punching bag for twenty-three years.

We enter Kat’s life just as she strikes out on her own. She’s left the Bauer mansion, moving to a small town in northern Wisconsin—Hawk Ridge. Kat lacks confidence in her magical skills, but is pretty sure she’ll remain lonely without them. With a gypsy spell on her lips, she empowers a candle to attract a mate.

Steve Rider is drawn to her magic flame, unaware of its magical implications. He’s the one. He unwittingly falls into the arms of a bewitching green-eyed goddess. When Kat’s magical charms lead to a love affair, she struggles with her own deceit. Is she just like her Bauer family after all? She’s about to learn her subtle charms are no match for the wiles of the cruelest gypsy of them all.

Night Owl Reviews Oct, 2010 4.50