Hi, I’m Libby, owner of a gift shop called Magick & Mayhem and a simple, boring life. That’s why my self-absorbed aunt thought I could just drop everything and come running when she needed help. At least, that’s what I thought happened. Until I discovered a woman appearing in my dreams was real and there too. Maybe magic and mayhem wasn’t a novelty after all. Could this woman help me find the power to step into my dreams and save the woman crying out to me for help? Is that even possible? Am I destined to find a tribe and maybe even love in this magical world? Or should I call myself crazy and go back to my simple life?
Are you like me? Is there nothing in your life that turned out the way you thought it would? Well, I decided it was time to get mine on track, and the best time and place to do that would be a vacation to a remote cabin in East Tennessee. I thought remote meant that I would be alone, for the soul-searching and planning. Unexpected guests, visions, and dreams, took me back to past lives- instead of forward to my future. Now it’s all up to me. Am I ready?
I needed a getaway- it was just supposed to be a hike in the Smoky Mountains. I didn’t plan on discovering the old lady, with the gifts, waiting for me. I thought I was level-headed, grounded, and even serious. I would think the excursion through a world of dreams I never imagined existed was just that- a dream. But here I stand, with a crystal heart in my hand, wondering if I can possibly fulfill the promise I made that day on the mountain.
The Wildshire Series, a collection of erotic short stories revolving around the high-nostriled Gidley Family of historic England and their over-lively neighbors.
Margaret Greenfield is gone and she took all the furniture with her! Josiah Greenfield is left with an empty cottage, his carpentry tools, two adorable sons, and an imagination that’s free to consider all of his new, sensual opportunities. Shall he go for Catherine, his lovely friend, the exciting Widow Ache, or the town beauty, Eleanor Brown? Or all? Or none?