Coven of the North Star #2: Bewitching Desire

The second in the Coven of the North Star series is available now on Amazon!


Linnea Peterson’s life is perfect: perfect hair, perfect house, perfect job, and perfect(ish) boyfriend. She runs marathons, has wine nights with her friends from coven, and does everything you’d expect from a witch with intermittently useful powers in her mid-twenties. The few things in her life that aren’t perfect are just details, really.

But then her law firm hires someone who threatens to upend everything she thought she knew about herself. The more time she spends with Jack, the more Linnea comes to realize that perfect doesn’t cut it when it’s just a façade.

She doesn’t want something perfect, she wants something real.

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A Royal Mistake

A Royal Mistake

If you liked Conjuring Affection, check out my new short story A Royal Mistake, available today on Amazon for only $0.99!

Alex lives his life by the book. That is what is to be expected of the Prince of Wales, after all. And he enjoys order and predictability, so while the tabloids generally find him a snooze he’s perfectly content to live his life under the radar, placid and comfortable.

Serena Christensen is Hollywood’s latest It Girl, unafraid to call studios on their bullshit and used to causing scenes that wind up plastered all over the internet. She’s wild and exciting and thrives on the unexpected.

But when one drunken night in Las Vegas brings the two of them together they just might end up making one royal mistake.

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How this happened

The Coven of the North Star series began, as all great ideas do, with me getting angry about something kind of stupid.

Actually, let’s back up for a second.  How it happened was this: I was talking to a friend about supernatural fiction, and I started getting annoyed that practically every book with a supernatural twist was set in either New England (witches), the South (witches and vampires), or the Northwest (Twilight).  “Where are my prairie witches?” I ranted.  “We have about six hours of daylight the Upper Midwest for half the year.  Why isn’t that spooky enough?  Why do you have to have either Spanish Moss or a history of burning witches at the stake* to be considered as a setting for something supernatural?”  I went on in this vein for quite some time before I realized that I could rectify the situation.

What was initially conceived as an atmospheric, semi-gothic take on prairie witches quickly became a humorous contemporary romance about witches in the Twin Cities because honestly, the atmospheric, semi-gothic angle bummed me out.  And thus, the Coven of the North Star series was born.


*The victims of the Salem Witch Trials were mostly sentenced to death by hanging even though popular imagination prefers the “burned at the stake” narrative.  This is the sort of quality, pedantic content you can expect from me.