Verlag: Celeste Hall Kategorie: Gesellschafts- und Liebesromane Sprache: Englisch Ausgabejahr: 2015

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E-Book-Beschreibung Something Wicca This Way Comes: Kitty Coven Series, Prequel - Celeste Hall

Werecats and Witchcraft, A Pagan RomanceIt all started on a cold October's eve in 1954.Using a token offering from a handsome new stranger in town, a coven of young witches cast a magic spell to make their home a beacon to others of his kind. But witchcraft can be very specific. By the time they discover that he's a werecat shifter, the spell has been set and Aspire, New York will never be the same.This is a short prequel in a pagan romance series involving werecat shifters and witches. There are some suggestive situations and shapeshifter nudity, but these stories are safe for most mature teens and young adult readers.

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Something Wicca This Way Comes

A Kitty Coven Prequel

By Celeste Hall

Something Wicca This Way Comes

A Kitty Coven Prequel

Copyright © 2014 by Celeste Hall

All rights reserved.

No part of this book may be reproduced, scanned, or distributed in any printed or electronic form without permission. Please do not participate in or encourage piracy of copyrighted materials in violation of the author’s rights. Please purchase only authorized editions.

This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are products of the author’s imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events or locales or persons, living or dead, is entirely coincidental.

Acknowledgement

This series is dedicated to my amazing “Katie-Cat”. Ever since she was a little girl, she was always bringing home stray felines. Despite being scratched, bitten, peed on, and a mild case of ringworm, she has never met a cat that she hasn’t liked. If anyone deserves to find happily ever after in the arms of a handsome werecat, it’s her!

Also by Celeste Hall

~ Seduction Series ~

These are erotic romance books, which have a continuous theme and are best read in the following order…

Ethan

Kye

Rico

Gavin

All The Queen’s Men

The Brother’s Sin –Coming Soon!

~ Kitty Coven Series ~

These are “teen friendly” paranormal romance books, which can be read as standalone stories but they are best read in the following order…

Something Wicca This Way Comes

The Bare Witch Project

Love Is A Witch

A Yowling Yuletide

Cheaper by the Coven –Coming Soon!

~ Standalone novels and novellas ~

Fealty

Lady Silence

Prison of Dreams

Simple Musings

His Pale Prisoner

Error: Please Try Again

Secret Admirer

~ Short stories and Anthologies ~

The Inventor’s Throne

A Touch of Irish

Their First Time (A collection of just the first love scene from several of her other books)

The Pied Piper

The Seven Ravens (Once Upon an Apocalypse anthology,via Chaosium Inc.)

The Girl Who Cried Wolf (Once upon a Ménage anthology,via Ravenous Romance)

Beware of Wolves

A Handsome Stranger

- October 1952 -

She wasn't sure why, but Liz had always believed that her life was going to change once she turned eighteen. She'd find a boyfriend, fall in love, get married, have a family, and live happily ever after.

Yet, here she was, six months later and still living the same old boring life.

From under a veil of long brown hair, Liz stared down the street to where three of the Forsythe brothers were building a new fence for their elderly grandmother.

All of them were shirtless and so beautiful she thought she might cry.

"Someday," she whispered to the scrawny tabby cat in her arms, "I'm going to marry one of the Forsythe brothers and live in a big beautiful Victorian house like that."

The cat meowed and wiggled out of her grasp.

"Really?" Liz frowned, her soft brown eyes narrowing with disappointment as the feline quickly vanished under the hedge. "I can't even keep a cat's attention for more than five minutes."

"What is it with you and cats," Beth mused from behind her, delicate fingers brushing golden curls back from bright blue eyes as she grinned down at her friend. "Every time I see you, you've got some stray feline in your arms."

Liz stole one last peek at the neighbor boys before she stood and brushed off her skirt.

"I like cats," she stated simply, then added, "I thought you were going to the drive-in with Frank tonight."

Beth made a sour face.

"I talked to Karen about him. Frank has been telling all of his friends that he's only going out with me because he heard that I'm a witch, so I must be an easy lay."

Liz gasped, shocked that anyone could ever suggest that tight-laced Beth might have loose standards.

"He really said that?"

"Yeah. He claims that if I dance around naked all the time, it should be no problem talking me out of my clothes after a well-chosen chick flick and a few beers."

"What a jerk."

"I agree. I mean, think about it for a second. He goes to church on Sunday and symbolically eats the body of Christ and drinks the blood of Christ."

"So?" Liz asked, "Lots of people do, it’s a part of the sacramental ritual."

"Exactly!" Beth pounced, "But does he go home and dine on human flesh and blood afterwards?"

"Ew! That's gross!"

"That's my point," Beth growled. "I choose to practice Wicca Skyclad because I don't want any barriers between me and the energy that we're summoning. There's nothing sexual about it. Just like there’s nothing cannibalistic about eating some blessed wafers and wine."

"I'm sorry, Beth. I know that you were excited about this date."

"Yeah, well it's his loss," she sighed miserably, obviously considering it more her loss.

Liz put her arm around her friend and hugged her.

"Hey, how about we go to the movie together? I'll even buy you popcorn."

"You're on, but first I have to know if you're coming this Friday. Judy keeps asking me and I promised her that I'd find out today so we could pick up extra snacks and drinks."

Liz hesitated. Beth was her best friend, but she wasn't sure how she felt about her friend's pagan beliefs.

"Will everyone be naked?"

Beth chuckled and shook her head.

"Not this late in the year, we'd freeze. Please tell me you'll come. I have a really special ritual that I wrote just for you and the whole coven will be there to lend me their power."

Liz thought that sounded more frightening than appealing, but Beth looked so hopeful she just couldn't say no.

"Okay, I guess."

"Oh good!" Beth gave a happy skip, a motion that sent all of her curls into a riot of bouncing. "Samhain is one of my favorite times to cast spells, and there will be a full moon on Friday."

Liz tried to look excited, but her smile fell a bit lopsided. Samhain? A full moon? What on earth had she just agreed to?

At least shewas lucky that her parents didn't have plans for that evening. The family station wagon was available, but her father threatened six ways to Sunday if anything so much as a gum wrapper tarnished its pristine condition upon its return.