Synopses & Reviews
If you go casting love spells, be careful what you wish for. Rhiannon Sparks admits she’s not a very good witch—she can’t even light a candle without a match—but she keeps trying. At least her talent for business has made her magick shop a huge success. Now if only there was even the faintest flicker in her nonexistent love life. During a night of eating and drinking, she and her girlfriends cast a candle-magick spell for hot sex. All in good fun, of course. Except Rhiannon accidentally mixes up the words. Instead of a lover, she asks for true love. Deputy Ryland Stone’s past keeps him firmly rooted in reality. Then he meets Rhiannon and sparks literally fly. One date leads to another, and then they’re practically setting the bedroom on fire…until she reveals the deal breaker. Though love and magick have found Rhiannon at last, getting a handle on her newly unleashed power is the least of her problems. Unless Ryland accepts that magick exists, he will never accept her for who and what she is. Warning: This book contains a simple candle-magick spell, which you use at your own risk, a disastrous date, phone sex, and enough sizzle to practically set the sheets on fire.
Rhiannon Sparks is a witch. Admittedly, not a very good one, but she keeps trying. When she and her two girlfriends cast a candle-magick spell, they’re all hoping for hot sex, but Rhiannon mixes up the words. Instead of asking for a lover, she asks for a love that’s true.
Deputy Ryland Stone believes in what he can see and touch. When a night of sex unleashes Rhiannon’s pent-up magick, he isn’t happy. How can a man who doesn’t believe in magick come to grips with the fact he’s falling for a woman who claims she’s a witch?
About the Author
Once upon a time N.J. had the idea that she would like to quit her job at the bookstore, sell everything she owned, leave her hometown, and write romance novels in a place where no one knew her. And she did. Two years later, she went back to the bookstore and her hometown and settled in for another seven years. One Friday morning she gave notice at her job. On Sunday afternoon, she received a tentative acceptance for her first erotic romance novel, Annabelle Lee, and life would never be the same. Isaiah’s Haven is N.J.’s 46th published title.