These are not the mild-mannered maidens of your childhood. These are fallen princesses and fierce women with no recollection of who they are, where they came from, or how they arrived in a mysterious town called Everafter. All they know is that they've been sentenced to a stretch in a half-way house by a malicious judge with an ax to grind. They've been stripped of their freedom, their kingdoms, and their true loves. Now, they have nothing left to lose.
When a ghost who doesn't know he's a ghost, follows Stacy home from a crime scene, she thinks her biggest problem is trying to convince the teenager that he's dead. That is until she discovers her mother conspiring with a secret coven, Cinnamon acting strangely magical, and Birdie and the aunts losing their mojo. Then a spell is cast, designed to siphon all of Stacy's magic and rip away the very identity she has worked so hard to accept.
"Truly a must read.."
Stacy Justice is your average small-town reporter...who just so happens to be a witch. She’s never had the time or patience to mess around with the magic her grandmother and great-aunts are into, even though Grandma says Stacy has a higher calling. Right now, Stacy has stories to cover, her cousin Cinnamon’s bar to help run, and her cute cop boyfriend and flatulent Great Dane to keep her company. But when someone sets Cinnamon’s bar ablaze - almost killing Stacy in the process - the green-eyed redhead will have to embrace her inner witch after all.
"Very enjoyable mystery with a slight bit of magic"
The anonymous call derails Stacy Justice’s plans for a lazy summer: hot dogs and beer; swims in the lake with her Great Dane, Thor; and hanging with her rekindled old flame, Chance. For years she’s blamed herself for her father’s death - a blame that drove her away from witchcraft and her destiny. But who’d want to kill an innocent small-time newspaperman? That’s the question on Stacy’s mind when she casts a spell that goes horribly wrong. Now, between the white tiger that appears out of thin air, the body in the lake, the gun-toting maniac, and a sudden surge in her powers, Stacy has her hands full once again.
For most women, a twenty-ninth birthday might involve a day at the spa or dinner with friends. But Stacy Justice - budding reporter and reluctant witch - isn’t like most women. Stacy's grandmother, Birdie, insists an Irish secret society known as the council will soon grant Stacy the role of Seeker of Justice. But terrible news interrupts the birthday ritual: the magic cauldron that supplies the world’s food has vanished. The council decrees that if Stacy finds the cauldron, she’ll be appointed Seeker and her imprisoned mother will be freed.
Tisiphone loves spending her days playing poker in the underworld, far away from mortals and all the trouble they cause - and all the terrible mistakes they make. Unfortunately for this goddess, her sister Alecto has vanished in Las Vegas - and the gods of Olympus believe only Tisi can find her and bring her back. To make matters worse, they force her to partner up with a mortal: recently deceased FBI agent Archer Mays. With all these challenges, how can a Fury keep her temper?
"Pretty good story here!"
Reporter Stacy Justice has finally stopped resisting who she really is - a powerfully gifted witch. And now that the Council has appointed her Seeker of Justice, she feels stronger and more attuned to her magic than ever before.
"Stacy at her best/worst?"
All Stacy Justice wants to do is recover from the bizarre couple of weeks she’s had - the whirlwind kicked off by the fire at her cousin’s bar, the Black Opal. But just when life is settling down, 14-year-old Ivy appears on her doorstep, claiming to be her sister. Ivy insists their mother is in danger and Stacy’s magic is the key to saving her. Sure, Ivy shares Stacy’s fiery hair and green eyes - but is she really her sister? And can the secretive teen be trusted with the family magic? Then a man turns up dead at the bed-and-breakfast run by Stacy’s grandmother, the family’s Blessed Book goes missing, and it seems someone is out to kill Stacy - again.
"Easy, breezy, beautiful..."
Even a goddess needs a vacation once in a while. It's been ages since Venus has taken a break from the exhausting trials of mortal love affairs. So when she decides it's time to rejuvenate, she chooses the least romantic place on earth: Las Vegas.
"Not my favorite"