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The Chans (Small Town Romance. Magic. Mystery.)
Logan has spent his entire life knowing he is different...
An invisible force has guided him through important—and not so important—decisions, always pointing him in the right direction. His Gram calls his sixth sense the Chans, a word that means luck in her native Haitian creole.
One afternoon, while driving home from a faculty meeting at the school where he teaches music, Logan feels the familiar tug of the Chans. Usually the pull is like a suggestion being whispered in his ear. This time, however, it is a demand—one he is compelled to follow.
When the Chans leads him to a ramshackle diner in an out-of-the-way rural Mississippi town, Logan thinks there must be a mistake. But before he talks himself into leaving, a woman walks in that will change his life forever.
A Peculiar Old Lady, Indeed.
Bob doesn't remember much about life before Agatha Rosemary turned him into
her cat...but there is something strange about the old lady who casts spells and fills his food bowl. Bob can almost remember something...something like fear or worry. But it will have to wait. It's time for dinner.
This short story is told from the point of view of a witch's cat. It is a very quick read that first appeared on the publisher's website.
When the world fears the unkown, being Gifted is a curse...
In the cornerstone of the rural south, Brooklyn, Mississippi, no one dares make eye contact with the strange Caibre family. Until the rewards are worth the cost. The townsfolk come, cash in hand, always at night, to pay for services only a Gifted can provide.
No matter the Gifts prevalent in her family, at twenty-one, Tallulah is expected to follow the path laid out for her. She’s resigned to live the quiet life and stay out of trouble…until she meets Logan.
An outsider and all around rebel, Logan doesn’t care about her family’s reputation. Yet after a tragic loss wreaks havoc on the crumbling relationship between the Caibres and the townsfolk, Tallulah must decide if love and freedom are worth risking everything.