Have mercy on my soul! Life’s a little nutty right now, what with Katie Sue Perrywinkle turning up in town after being gone ten years. Her appearance has caused quite the stir. Between her being mixed up with the rotten-to-the-core Calhouns, and the bad blood with her own family… It’s enough to make a normal person want to run and hide until the smoke clears.
Did I mention that “normal” has never been a word used to describe me?
Peculiar is more like it. True enough, I come from two of the most eccentric families in Hitching Post, Alabama (the Fowls and Hartwells), but my “normal” factor really tanks when people find out that I’m a witch. A healing witch and empath—I have the ability to feel another person’s aches, pains, and emotions…and I have the tools to fix them. It comes in all kinds of handy.
There’s bad energy swirling around Katie Sue, but I don’t know what’s causing it. All I know is that my old friend is in danger, and I’ll do just about anything to protect her, including going against a corrupt political family, cozying up to my ex-fiancé (okay, I’m doing that anyway), and calling on my cousin Delia, a black witch, for help. Desperate times call for desperate measures.
I’m just hoping it’s not too late for Katie Sue…
You can read more about Carly in One Potion In The Grave, the second book in the “Magic Potion” mystery series, published by Obsidian. The first book in the series is A Potion To Die For.
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Heather Blake (aka Heather Webber) is the author of more than twenty novels and has been twice nominated for an Agatha Award. She’s a total homebody who loves to be close to her family, read, watch reality TV (especially cooking competition shows), drink too much coffee, crochet, and bake cookies. Heather grew up in a suburb of Boston, but currently she lives in the Cincinnati area with her family and is hard at work on her next book.