THE WITCHES OF AUBURN, (BOOK 1) The Gifts of Our Mothers
In the dark woods I’m forbidden to go into, lying on top of the one person I swore I’d stay away from, and hiding from the men who chased him, I hold still as Ike Kennedy whispers in my ear, “Don’t leave me.”
The questions of why my mother packed up our lives and moved us to Auburn, New Jersey when she, herself, fled here twenty years ago, plague me every day. Her past and the people in this town loom over our family with a haunting understanding of the coven I was born into, but realize I know nothing about. The enemies I heard stories about as a child attack without warning or regard for human life, but I don’t know who they are.
I’m Ever Ayars. I can fly. I can disappear. I can move things with my mind, but my gifts are my only clarity. Lost within a new school, new friends, and a new life, there is only one thing I know for sure.
I’m not leaving Ike Kennedy.
THE WITCHES OF AUBURN, (1.5) Gisel
It was a mistake. One night that would change the course of not just their lives but the lives of generations to come. Gisel and Isaiah Kennedy could blame loneliness or fear or the tequila for their ranks among the fallen, but instead, they chose to condemn each other and then marry one another.
Apart from her best friends—her coven—and without an understanding of life’s gift of true love, Gisel raises her children and mourns the loss of her powers. She was an Earth witch, who now is ordinary, along with her daughter, her marriage, and the life she’s built for her family.
After twenty years of unanswered hopes, Gisel’s predicament changes. Life is renewed and love is defined. Gisel must decide where her beloved coven belongs in her heart and what she’ll risk to return it there.
THE WITCHES OF AUBURN, (BOOK 2) The Sins of Our Fathers
In a town where everyone knows each other, figuring out who is an evil witch should be simple. Yet, the witches of Auburn are surrounded by men and women whose honor they question. The cafeteria lady at the high school, the pastor’s wife, a dog walker at the park … the seemingly benign citizens of New Jersey can no longer be trusted.
When Helene Ayars reunites with the man she’s been inexplicably drawn to since her youth, she abandons the memories of her prior poor choices in love and follows her heart. She and her daughter, Ever, will ignore their nagging suspicions, palpable evidence, and the voice of every witch they trust except the ones that speak from the dead. When their coven’s enemies attack too close to home, Helene must make a choice—trust her heart or stay true to the sisters who are pieces of her soul.