Fun fact, they’re still running witches out Salem, even in the twenty-first century. So, after being chased from their home by people with actual pitchforks, the LaFey triplets have settled down in a small town in northern Michigan.
Unfortunately, the saying is true. There’s no rest for the wicked…witches.
All I wanted was a normal life. And I thought we’d finally found that here. I got a job at the local elementary school and was just about settled when a new principal came in, looking to shake things up.
I’m shook alright. There’s something going on with this guy that I just can’t put my talon on. His wolfish grin, devilish good looks and snake like charm are all adding up to no good.
They say trouble always comes in threes, and from where I’m sitting, the LaFey Triplets are nothing but, with a capital T. Especially the school’s kindergarten teacher, Mindi.
I’d thought I was escaping my curse by running away to this scenic town in the middle of nowhere. But now I can’t shake the feeling that something wicked this way comes.
Turns out, there are three absolute certainties in life. Death. Taxes. And Lincoln Gage’s complete inability to fix my car.
Granted, I sort of like visiting the shop so I can ogle him while I lay into his lack of skill at his chosen trade. But if he would just keep the car running, maybe I’d start visiting for social reasons instead.
I’ve never been what you’d consider shy. But for some reason, Candi LaFey scares the hell out of me. Being what I am, fearing anything is new territory for me…but I kind of like it.
I’m risking my reputation in this town by continuing to sabotage her car, but if it keeps bringing her into my shop, I’ll risk a hell of a lot more.
Am I happy that my “little” sisters have found their mates in this tiny little town full of normals? Yes. Am I bitter than I’m technically the oldest and destined to die a spinster? Also, yes.
I know that I should give up on this not so secret crush I have on the mayor. Nothing about Colton Steele is right for me. But I don’t think you get to pick who you fall in love with. And I fell for him the first time I ever saw his stupid face.
Part of me wants to believe he likes me, too. And even though I know that I can’t have a relationship with a nice, normal guy, I could almost make myself believe I can make it work. If he’d just give me a chance.
The minute the LaFey triplets arrived in town, I knew that Trudi was mine.
The first time she flipped her hair and narrowed her gaze at me, challenging my authority in my own town, I was a goner. I knew that they were witches, being the mayor of a town like this has its perks after all. But I wasn’t ready to expose my true nature to her just yet.
But I’m running out of time to continue playing this cat and mouse game with her. I need to step up and claim what’s mine before the Halloween festival, or I may end up losing her forever.