A Cary Redmond Novella
Because of course leprechaun trouble on St. Patrick’s Day…
When magical Protector Cary Redmond’s mentor asks for her help, she finds herself in a grocery store parking lot on a beautiful spring day. Staring at the best dressed leprechaun she’s ever seen. And since that leprechaun irritates her mentor a lot, Cary decides this mission could be fun.
The trouble the leprechaun brings with him…not so fun.
Saving the day, finding an ancient relic, preventing the bad guys from driving all humankind into the sea… What better way to spend St. Patrick’s Day.
So long as she can manage to hold off the deadly plot without anyone getting killed.Don’t miss the latest adventure in the life of Portland’s resident magical Protector, as she tries to keep the good guys safe, and the beer green.
For regular readers of the Cary Redmond series, this story is the introduction of Tom, the leprechaun who really gets under Jaxer's skin. Tom shows up in both The Trouble with Black Cats and Demons (Book 1) and The Trouble with Magic and Faery Curses (Book 5). But if this is your first Cary story, it stands on its own and can be read without reading any other story in the series.
In April, I'll have the next collection of Cary Redmond short out. Including one story that hasn't published as a stand alone yet. For my paperback readers, that will be the time to get this story as well as the other holiday stories I've got in the Cary world. More on that in April.
And as a reminder for readers of the series, you can get an free Cary Redmond novella by signing up to my newsletter, a story that isn't available anywhere else. There's also a free short story in my Tiger Shifters world with sign ups, so it's a two-fer.
For the next Seven Families: Wolf novel, Redemption in Stone, that is still on schedule to release in March, but I'm pushing back the date a week, so as of now, the release date will be the 21st of March (coincidentally my husband and my wedding anniversary! Which I just realized LOL). That will give us time to ensure the paperbacks are available by the release date. The preorders will be up soon (I'll add a link here when I get it if it's far enough out). Check back in March for all the details and links.
And until next month, Happy Reading!