Witches’ Cliff novella from The Wild Rose Press, part of the Deerbourne Inn series.
Penny Winters flees to her birthplace in Vermont to consider the marriage proposal she left behind in Salem. Complicating her already difficult decision, she is smitten when she encounters handyman Liam on the porch of the quaint Deerbourne Inn.
A modern-day wiccan, Penny intends to contact her distant great-grandmother, who died on the cliffs when Willow Springs held witch trials. Penny needs advice, and the best time to connect to her ancestors is on Halloween. But she is not the only witch in Willow Springs, and they both have their eye on the same man. And who is the old woman who keeps appearing, telling her to go home?
Penny comes to the cliff to seek Grandma’s advice. But Halloween is an important holiday for a witch, and she is not alone on the cliffs that night. Penny will have to battle not only for Liam’s attention, but for her life.
It’s the week leading up to Halloween and I plan candy, ghouls, fun, but no politics. Halloween can be fun and not really scary. I don’t plan to hand out candy with the pandemic and little hands full of viruses in and out of my candy dish. I thought of just wearing gloves and carefully placing the candy into bags. But in my experience, it wouldn’t happen that way. I’ve had little girls, hyped up on sugar, run into the house and chase my dog down the hall. No, not this year.
But the weather has changed, and I don’t think we can deny it is fall and Halloween. I have a suggestion for a quick read that is both fun and sweet. Witches’ Cliff. It is a romantic tale with a paranormal twist. Check it out. It’s a quick read that will leave you with a Halloween feeling.
What are you reading this week?