Big Bull Benson, the hotel and bar owner who first appeared in Spurlark's novel GOOD GIRLS DON'T GET MURDERED, returns in a brand-new novella. Mob boss Troy Calini doesn't exactly have the best reputation in Chicago, but when his own daughter suspects him of killing her boyfriend Calini is determined to prove to her that his hands are clean. Enter Big Bull Benson. Although Bull and Calini haven't... [click here for more]
Erin has problems. Her parents are divorced. Her stepdad is a jerk. Her real dad, while willing to help her run away from home, insists that she hole up in a high school for psychics so she can complete her senior year. Why does he think this is a good idea? Well, that would be problem number four--ghosts. As in, she sees them, the reason Dad thinks specialized schooling is a good idea.
Although... [click here for more]
Ellie Boone bakes novelty cakes for a living. Kit Macchiano is the handsome photographer who lives down the hall. They occasionally have lunch together, but never without her best friend and other neighbor, Hanna. Both women are fascinated by Kit, whose bachelor lifestyle contrasts sharply with their where-are-all-the-good-men desperation.
Ellie never tells Kit that her parents hunt mythical monsters... [click here for more]
Ivy Warren, owner of pagan supply shop Something's Brewing, is a white witch with a secret power—the ability to read a soul by gazing into someone's eyes. Sometimes her power is wonderful; sometimes it's not. When Ember, a witch with nominal powers, tries to buy a love potion, Ivy won't sell it to her and not because she has seen Ember's soul. No man should be tricked into loving a woman. A glimpse... [click here for more]
Caleigh, a fledging empath, is thrilled to be at Rutledge Institute a.k.a. "Psychic High." She has three goals: fit in at the institute, earn her high school diploma, and get a handle on her psychic gift. Miles has too many psychic talents to count. His cocky self-assurance and his know-it-all attitude annoy Caleigh. Even worse, he's gorgeous and knows it. But in the classroom, he is all... [click here for more]
Shiloh Nilsen lives at one end of the street. Nathan Conti lives at the other. In all her eighteen years, they’ve never met in the middle. Why? Because he attends a special school for psychics in Wyoming while she goes to their neighborhood public school, Dillon High, right there in Montana.
Nothing changes until Shiloh loses a treasured family heirloom--a ring that dates back centuries. Desperate... [click here for more]