In an alternate London, where witches are registered and allowed to practice, Lucas and Glory, young members of WICA (Witchkind Intelligence and Covert Affairs), are assigned to infiltrate the witch-terrorist organization called Endor but what Glory really wants is to solve the mystery of her missing mother.
When a strange white sand invades the harbor town of Wellow and land begins shifting, Verity Gallant finds clues in ancient books and, with her friends, tries to stop the Earth Witch’s evil plan to deprive the world of happiness as she was once robbed of her true love .
Clover Twig has been warned about The Perilous Path, but when her baby brother goes missing she and her friend Wilf must travel that tricky trail to rescue him from the clutches of Mesmeranza, the evil sister of Clover’s employer, Mrs. Eckles.
Twelve-year-old Rudi stumbles upon a witch’s lair while out hunting, takes a gold coin he finds there but loses it again, then must deal with the witch’s servant who promises to end the town’s rat infestation only if he receives that gold coin, in a story reminiscent of The Pied Piper of Hamelin.
On remote Rollrock Island, men go to sea to make their livings–and to catch their wives. The witch Misskaella knows the way of drawing a girl from the heart of a seal, of luring the beauty out of the beast. And for a price a man may buy himself a lovely sea-wife. He may have and hold and keep her. And he will tell himself that he is her master. But from his first look into those wide, questioning, liquid eyes, he will be just as transformed as she. He will be equally ensnared. And the witch will have her true payment.
In 1815, Lady Sophie Rosier’s first London season is marred not only by her physical and emotional scars, but also by magical attacks on her father and other members of the British War Cabinet, and while Sophie’s magical powers are unreliable, she and her new best friend Parthenope decide to investigate–despite the distraction of Parthenope’s handsome cousin.
In a modern world–where witches are burned at the stake–two lives intersect.
Glory. She’s descended from a long line of powerful witches. The power of the fae is all she’s wanted for as long as she remember.
Lucas. His father is the Chief Prosecutor for the Inquisition. All he’s ever wanted is to hunt witches.
The fae appears as a dark spot on the skin. Like a kiss from the devil. And for Glory and Lucas, it appears almost simultaneously. Lucas will report himself to the Inquisition immediately. Glory will keep her fae a secret from the authorities. But is it illegal gangs that hold the real power over the witching world. And it is through them that Lucas and Glory will be drawn together…whether they like it or not.
Princess Meriel’s brothers have been cursed. A terrible enchantment–cast by their conniving new stepmother–has transformed the handsome princes into swans. They now swim forlornly on a beautiful heart-shaped lake that lies just beyond the castle walls. Meriel will do whatever it takes to rescue her beloved brothers. But she must act quickly. If Heart Lake freezes, her brothers will be forced to fly south or perish. With help from her newfound friends Riona and Liam–a pretty half-witch and her clever brother–Meriel vows to finish a seemingly impossible task. If she completes it, her brothers may be saved. But if she fails . . . all will be lost.
In this prequel to “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” set in 1870s Paris during the Prussian siege, an orphaned sixteen-year-old girl whose knowledge of witchcraft includes transformation spells meets a young medical doctor from London.
Through a series of questions to which the reader answers yes or no, the personality and occupation of Daisy O’Grady are revealed-she’s a witch!