Teaser Tuesday: There’s a New Witch in Town





“Normally, I don’t read paranormal books; however being a huge Tawny Weber fan I wanted to read There’s A New Witch in a Town. I am glad I did. This book has humor, history, witches, spells and love. Miki’s husband asked her for a divorce because he is in a passionate affair with her business partner. Miki is devastated and leaves her home in California for Rossdale. Before she goes she leaves her ex with a spell that only works in public! The town of Rossdale is on the verge of extinction because of a cult by the lake. Gideon Ross meets Miki and sparks fly. Gideon’s ex wife Tilda is a witch and cursed him so he believes he can’t lead the town his father was the mayor of. Will his attraction to Miki be doomed to failure because he doesn’t want to get involved with another witch or can Miki goodness win Gideon and the townspeople? I would highly recommend this book to all readers. This is a must read!” ~ Amazon Reviewer

Here’s an excerpt from There’s a New Witch in Town:

Whoa, baby. Seven years of marriage had not left her equipped to deal with this level of attraction. Then again, she wasn’t sure if she’d ever felt this attracted.

“No, this isn’t a permanent move,” she told him, trying to stay focused on the conversation. “I’m not sure how long I’ll be here.”

“Are you vacationing?”

“More like searching,” she said with a laugh.

“Just what is it you’re searching for?”

How did he make such a simple question sound so suggestive? Visions filled her head, all sexual, all hot, all tempting. She bit her lip, not ready to go in that direction. She eyed the teasing little smile playing over his lips. Ready or not, her body was definitely interested. She wished there was a spell that would protect her from the effects of his charm. Of course, at the rate she was going, if there was and she tried it, she’d likely end up tossing him on the floor and screwing the poor guy’s brains out. Her magic was just that contrary.

“I’m not sure what I’m searching for,” she finally said. “But I think I’m narrowing down the possibilities.”