A short story by Brigid Collins
Mathilde Blackmore needs to move out of her mother’s house pronto, but her new home has to meet some specific requirements in order to be a proper place for an independent young witch like herself.
Ben Wilson promised himself long ago that he’d never again do anything foolish for the sole purpose of impressing a woman. He’s happy with his successful life as a single realtor, but his latest client has him feeling off his usual game.
Sparks fly and magic flows as the two hunt for the witchiest of houses together, until neither of them can deny the attraction between them.
A short story by Jamie Ferguson
Lori recently moved into an old Victorian which, as is often the case with old houses, makes creaks and hisses and all kinds of noises. Occasionally she hears three knocks in a row, as if someone were knocking on a door, and every time that happens she swears she can smell the scent of roses.
One windy night Lori’s brother, who had spent the day helping her work on the house, decides to tease her about the knocking sound - so she calls his bluff and tells whatever is knocking to come in.
And so it does…
A novel by Lee French
Real superheroes wear denim.
All Bobby wanted was a girl to come home to after a hard day of work. Like the last one said before she left, he was going exactly two places - no and where – and he was happy with that. But somebody had other plans for him. A murder. The Terrorist Watch List. For what? Underage drinking? Things couldn’t possibly get worse. Right?
Oh yes, they could.
He wouldn’t believe superheroes were real if he wasn’t one himself.
Tiny robot dragons send him chasing his humanity and his future, on the trail to discovering his past and a place to call ‘home’. If he’s lucky, maybe he can get a beer there.