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16 June 2011

The next book in the Look What the Cat Dragged In series is here!

Available now at ~ Look What the Cat Dragged In for Cassandra (Book 3 in the series)

A woman once shunned. A man now changed. There’s a thin line between love and hate. When Cassandra encounters a man from her past who’d broken her heart, she casts some spells to help karma deal out some payback. The spells turn against her and before she knows it she finds herself falling for him again. Will she close off her heart or will she cross that thin line between hate and love and allow herself to feel again?

PG Excerpt ~
They ambled along in silence. The sky faded from its fiery colors into a deep indigo. Pinpricks of starlight dotted the darkening blanket of space. As the minutes passed, Orion’s belt brightened. A flash of silver streaked across the heavens.
“Did you see that?” he asked, his voice vibrated with excitement. Maybe now she’d lighten up.
He wanted to sigh in frustration but held the breath back. Her tone had held a hint of curiosity in it. Perhaps the ice encasing her was melting. Holding the bit of hope close to his heart, he took advantage of the opportunity the shooting star represented. “We need to make wishes.”
She tilted her head back, her face pointing to the night sky. A brief, startled expression crossed her features. It occurred so fast he wasn’t sure he’d actually seen it. A tiny smile played at the corners of her lips.
A strange, disjointed sensation swept through him. Memories tapped at the edges of his mind. Everything seemed so familiar to him, he wondered if what he was experiencing was what people meant by déjà vu.
Children’s laughter in the distance carried to them on the breeze, carried him into a long forgotten recollection.
The girl with the braces and the light brown hair
What was her name? No matter how hard he tried, the name wouldn’t come.
She was with me after a football game. The spectators and the two of us were all having such great time, laughing, joking, singing. After all, the home team had won. I was walking her home when we’d seen a shooting star. She squealed in glee and said we needed to make wishes. The girl mentioned that they both had to think about the wishes, but couldn’t speak them because if they did, the wishes wouldn’t come true. I didn’t really believe in all that, but her happiness was important. I went along with her. She’d gazed into my eyes, and I couldn’t help myself. I kissed her. A brief brush of our lips, but the light contact had made my heart soar.
He wondered what happened to her and wished he could remember her name.
Blinking, he turned his head toward the voice. “Hmm?”
“You zoned there for a second. Or were you just making your wish?” She snickered. “Wishing on a star. It seems kind of silly to do such a thing.”
“Why is it silly? Don’t you believe in making wishes on falling stars?”
She shrugged a shoulder, gazed at him with her big, stormy eyes, licked her full rosy lips. The small actions lit a desirous fire within him. He struggled with what to do next. In previous similar circumstances, he had no qualms about making a move, advancing a relationship, but with Cassandra his instincts cried caution, said to exercise resistance.  Then again, nothing was ever gained by not taking chances. To hell with playing it safe.

Book 1 ~ Look What the Cat Dragged In for Evelyn

A woman in love. A ghost in need. A man possessed. Myrddin, Cassandra's frisky feline familiar, has his work cut out to get two lovers together. Evelyn is in love with Raritan Manor's resident ghost, Quinn, but can only experience his embrace in her dreams. Quinn, who doesn't realize he's a ghost, loves Eve and wishes she'd stop saying they can't be together. While at the manor, her friend, Julie, is prompted by Cassandra and Myrddin to invite their cousin, Alex, for a visit. When Alex arrives, Evelyn's hopes rise. Perhaps she will be able to have a real relationship after all. Alex, though, has no interest in Evelyn. Yet, every time Myrddin comes around Alex feels like a man possessed and wants Eve with a passion, but the moment the cat leaves he's back to his old self again.
Caught between loving a ghost and putting up with a man who can't make up his mind, Evelyn is at a loss of what to do and feels as if she's losing her mind. Can Myrddin get the right people together without causing too much heartache in the process?
Available at Devine Destinies ~

Book 2 ~ Look What the Cat Dragged In for Julie

A woman examining life. A man on a quest. Time restores his spirit and her love. Trent, a man on a mission to discover where he belongs embarks on a spiritual journey. His spirit guide, to his dismay, is frisky feline Myrddin. During a ritual, the cat brings the soul searcher forward into Julie's world.  Julie is attracted to the stranger from the start, but his strange mannerisms and speech dictate she use caution, especially when she learns where he's from. A botched relationship, time travel, spiritual mumbo jumbo, it's almost too much for Julie to take. Can Trent develop a plan to win her love and make her believe in fate before it's too late?
Available at Devine Destinies ~

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