The psychic enchantress Jane Black decides to fix the world by opening a full-service sorcery and sharing her magic. What could possibly go wrong?
Trouble brews when a psychic witch shares her magic.
Trouble brews when a psychic enchantress shares her magic.
When the sorceress Jane Black offers spells, potions, and tarot readings to the regular folk in her small town, she finds herself in a cauldron of hot water. Despite her good intentions, spells spiral out of control, potions backfire, and people turn against her. As Jane’s problems multiply, a drool-worthy dragon enforcer arrives on her doorstep and gives her an ultimatum.
While the universe stacks impossible odds against her, a hot dragon breathes down her neck, and Vixen, her snarky familiar, harangues her every move, Jane refuses to give up. She’s determined to make things better for everyone,or die trying.
Is Jane’s magic strong enough to heal the town’s problems? Will her full-service sorcery store, survive? And what exactly will Leos the dragon set on fire?
Dial Witch is the first book in the Dial Witch trilogy, set in the Mystic Keep world. It chronologically follows The Perfect Brew trilogy, but can easily be read as a standalone story.Learn more...
Trouble brews when a powerful enchantress fights a curse.
When Grigoire the gargoyle asks the enchantress Jane Black to break a curse, her successful storefront for all-things witchy runs into trouble. Using arcane scripts, Jane casts intricate spells to shatter the web of black magic entrapping Grig, but as they work through the process together, Jane’s sorcery creates unexpected consequences in town.
While the local wizards, shifters, and mages turn against her, her usual allies offer their assistance. There is Leos a drool-worthy dragon enforcer who is too hot to handle, Alessandro a blackmailing vampire with his own agenda, and her loving family of witches and warlocks who take great delight in swishing their brooms and swords in her business whenever they can. Adding to this pandemonium, her snarky familiar, isn’t talking to her.
Jane, true to her personal code, is determined to make things better for everyone or die trying.
Is Jane’s magic strong enough to crack the curse, and mend the town’s mojo? Will her full-service sorcery, survive this scandal? Read the Dial Sorcery to find out.
Dial Sorcery is the second book in the Dial Witch trilogy, set in the Mystic Keep world, which chronologically follows The Perfect Brew trilogy. It can easily be read as a standalone story.Learn more...
The witch, the warlock, and the the dream walker...
When the enchantress Jane Black attempts to free a local Casanova warlock from the clutches of an evil dream walker, all hex breaks loose. The Walker visits in the cover of darkness and gnaws at the tenderest parts of the mage’s heart, feeding on his memories of the past, and hopes and dreams for the future. To make matters worse, Jane fears that when the malevolent creature is finished with Slade, he’ll move on to the rest of her town. No matter the cost, she can’t let that happen.
As usual, Jane’s inner circle rally to assist her, each in their unique way. The men in her life keep things interesting. There is Gavin McGee the white wolf intent of claiming her, Leos, a smoldering dragon enforcer who turns her blood into estrogen jelly, and Alessandro, a blackmailing vampire who makes her do things she doesn’t want to do. Then there’s her loving family of witches and warlocks who swish their brooms and swords in her business whenever they can. Last, but never least, Vixen her snarky, cat familiar is always by her side.
Jane, true to her personal code, is determined to make things better for everyone, or die trying. Can Jane spin a dream catcher strong enough to nail The Walker? Will Jane choose to play with the forbidden fire of a dragon, or wrestle with a powerful wolf, or … both? All good questions.
Read Dial Magic, the final book in the Dial Witch trilogy, to find out.
Set in the Mystic Keep world, this trilogy chronologically follows The Perfect Brew trilogy, but can be read as a standalone story.Learn more...