|About the Book|
Kevin knows who killed her. He has the proof. Yet he cannot expose it. He gave his word. The town thinks his father committed matricide, then suicide. But it is a lie. The same lie, that forced his father to put a gun to his head, puts the drinks inMoreKevin knows who killed her. He has the proof. Yet he cannot expose it. He gave his word. The town thinks his father committed matricide, then suicide. But it is a lie. The same lie, that forced his father to put a gun to his head, puts the drinks in Kevinas hand and the tequila to his lips. Night after night, he sits in his fatheras chair, promising himself that tomorrow he would tell. But he never does. Until one night, he sat in the light of the full moon. Thinking he was too drunk to be heard by the Goddesses, he prayed for justice. Only they heard and said, aSo mote it be.a After working for many years at jobs she didnat like and apprenticing with a Wiccan Priestess, Rachael wins the lottery and is able to fulfill her dream of opening an occult bookstore. She prays the Goddesses to lead her to a place where she can make a difference. She throws the dart. It lands on Coyote Springs. She and her furry, four-legged kids move to town, only to find herself to be the catalyst in exposing a murderer and being tormented by a violent cult, who claim to be Christian. She could run away, leaving her dream and the people who need her behind. She could stay and possibly lose everything, including her life. Rachael must make this decision without knowing if her magic is strong enough to protect her from the cult, the wolf spirit, or the cottage, which has chosen her as itas new mistress.