Lily Radford exacts revenge for her father's death the only way she knows how, as a blockade runner for the Confederacy. The last thing she needs is a handsome gambler who's not exactly what he seems to be interfering in her neatly laid plans...
Book four in the Mystic Springs series.
Ivy Franklin, town baker and grump, is no fan of all the changes that have come to Mystic Springs in the past year. Love. Babies. More and more and more Springers, returning home. Even her twin Eve is married and expecting. She’d think about leaving town… if she had anywhere else to go. She’s given up everything to make this small town her home, including her own chance at love.
Come to Mystic Springs, where magic is real and love waits around the next corner.
Marnie Somerset’s new job at the Mystic Springs Library seems almost too good to be true. Yes, the small Alabama town is populated with more than its share of odd people, and she did have a flat tire on her way into town and hallucinate Bigfoot crossing the road, which made for less than a stellar start. But the library is fantastic, her new house is charming, and the hot local writer keeps crossing her path.
In more ways than one...
Jordan Carter’s family has been making it snow on Christmas Eve for years, but this year there’s a problem. She can’t call up a single flake. Something within her is broken, and going to Luke for help is a desperate response. Maybe he’ll see what she needs.
Is it possible that what she needs is him?
Silas Hollister is the town critter guy. If your pet is sick or you have bats in your attic, he’s the one to call. When he’s approached about helping along a spell that will isolate the town once and for all, he’s on board. All he has to do is make sure Non-Springer Gabi is out of town when the spell goes down.
When Silas’s bloodhound Judge connects with Gabi and her daughter in a special way, it’s clear he’s determined to protect them. Is Judge protecting the woman and her baby from some unknown danger, or from Silas himself?