The Witches' Rede: ROUT
Book five of The Witches' Rede series
A broken marriage, a failing business, and an optimist losing hope.
Change is inevitable and comes at a price.
The Preternatural Activity Consultants haven’t had much luck in making their company name known—until, that is, a reporter covers Maeve Forino’s failed attempt at un-haunting San Diego’s ill-planned streetcar line.
She soon finds herself making a last-ditch effort to repair her family company’s reputation, assisting with an investigation at the Hotel del Coronado by communing with the deceased, herself, in hopes of solving a murder mystery and alleviating the hotel of its problematic guest.
Creative problem-solving soon launches the PAC to renown and the requests for aid come pouring in from around the state. A job promising an unbelievable payout sends the coven and their human friends on a journey to picturesque Northern California, where the desperate plea for help becomes a fight for survival and proves to one member of the PAC that a dream come true may actually be a nightmare.
What people are saying about THE WITCHES' REDE Series:
The author's mastery of the written word and innate storytelling ability shine
on each and every page and will surely leave her readers utterly besotted with
this world she's created.
There is plenty of sassy innuendo, with touches of Steampunk
in a Wild West setting that is refreshing and fun.
All of the elements I look for in a story: Romance, action, humor, magic,
lovingly crafted characters that get under your skin, and a strong narrative
that carries you from one scene to the next.
A realistic take on the hard life of the West and on what
women had to put up with to survive.