Tia Silverthorne Bach believes in fairy tales and happy endings. Her best days involve a heart full of love, fighting for what she believes in, and finding humor. Residing in the breathtaking state of Colorado, she has been married to her college sweetheart for twenty-four years and has three beautiful girls.
From an early age, she escaped into books and believes they can be the source of healing and strength. If she’s not writing, you can find her on the tennis court, at the movies, reading a good book, or spooning peanut butter right out of the jar.
USA Today bestseller Christine Pope is the author of the paranormal romance Witches of Cleopatra Hill series and the Djinn Wars series, among many other books (sixty and counting!). Researching UFOs brought her to magical Sedona, Arizona, where she now makes her home. Find out more about her books at christinepope.com.
Edi Court is training to be a modern-day white witch, her unique ability is healing. Emotionally wounded from her ex, Anto, she has run away from the covenant with a need to heal herself. Following her psychic ability, she finds herself south, along the coast from Melbourne Australia, where she decides to set up her own healing shop, Crystal Sands.
Voltaire is a down to earth guy, a plumber by trade, he believes only what he sees in the physical world. The loss of his mom and sister to breast cancer and his ex, who stole his money and left him with a debt to work off, has caused him to close his heart.
Can Edi stop herself from rescuing another man and landing in deep water? Or with the Beltane energies thick in the air, can this be the start of a new relationship between two wounded souls?
Volt must become a believer in the Magiks and allow his heart to heal. And Edi must learn to trust herself again.
Will a non-believer and a believer find love over Beltane?
I’ve been writing all of my life. While in my youth it was on the school bus each morning, or on my bed at night, and occasionally in the shearing shed where I could get some peace and quiet – as long as I ignored the sheep baa-ing. Then as an adult I wrote on the kitchen table, in cafés, on the tram, at the beach brushing away the sand. Basically, I write wherever and whenever I can. I’ve always had an abundance of ideas, with a variety of sassy, quirky, strong characters and their stories in my mind, whether they be set in the modern day, or in a fantasy world or even in the past. This is why I write in so many different genres. I can’t help it, just like I can’t help writing. It’s who I am, so I embrace it and use words to bring to life the stories my imagination conjures up. What can I say, I’m a kid who was born with not just an imagination, but one that was so big and rich with so much variety it has stayed with me into adulthood. And I let my imagination run wild, so I can capture it on the page, held down with words, for others to enjoy.