If you’re in the states, I hope you had a spectacular Labor Day. Fall is juuuust around the corner, which makes me very happy. It’s my favorite time of the year, it’s when Natalie and I celebrate our anniversary, and it’s when the magic of love and romance is in the air, I think. But maybe that’s just because this is when we got married that I think that! 🙂
My latest novel, Wolf Town, is released today, and I’m so excited to be sharing it with you. I wrote this novel when Natalie and I were planning our wedding, and it’s a really cozy autumn book about a witch who falls in love with a werewolf, and a very odd little New England village named Wolf Town. I hope you love it. 🙂
A love story about a werewolf, a witch and an odd little New England town…
Amy Linden has a boring job and lives a boring life…or so it seems. But secretly, Amy is a witch who was raised by a family of witchy women who taught her how to cast spells, chat with ghosts and how to brew a truly enchanting cup of coffee. Nursing a broken heart after her girlfriend just left her, Amy’s feeling a little stifled by her small-town life. When her aunt sends her a letter asking Amy to come run her café in Wolf Town, Maine, while she vacations, Amy is prepared for some strong coffee, a little witchcraft and a lot of breakfast specials. And a fresh start.
But nothing could have prepared her for Wolf Town itself. Populated by werewolves, fairy hordes and lake monsters, the strange, secluded town isn’t exactly what Amy was expecting.
Then she meets Morgan—the daughter of the werewolf patriarch of Wolf Town, not to mention the most gorgeous lady Amy has ever seen. When their eyes meet, Amy is utterly spellbound, and she knows that Morgan is the woman meant for her. But even destined love can sometimes be impossible, and Wolf Town has its dark past. Are Morgan and Amy meant to be together, or will Wolf Town’s secrets destroy them…and the town itself?
We have a couple of great things coming from Rose and Star Press this fall. Until then, enjoy these last golden days of summer! 🙂