Here it is, folks - every single thing I've ever written :). Use the handy menu bar to zoom in on a particular series, or click on any of the covers to learn more. I've also put together a couple of suggested reading orders, if you are new to the world of A Modern Witch, or reading the books again.
Can you live 28 years without discovering you’re a witch?
Lauren is downtown Chicago’s youngest elite realtor. She’s also a witch. She must be - the fetching spell for Witches’ Chat isn’t supposed to make mistakes. So says the woman who coded the spell, at least.
The tall, dark, and handsome guy sent to assess her is a witch too (and no, that doesn’t end the way you might think). What he finds in Lauren will change lives, mess with a perfectly good career, and require lots of ice cream therapy.
With great power comes great responsibility. So says the tradition of witching. One teenage witch missed that lesson…
As a child, Sierra Brighton traveled the world. She swam with the baby whales, danced in storm funnels, and lived in complete magical freedom. And then Momma died and Sierra ended up in foster care, an unhappy and very secret witch.
Fetched by Nell's spell, she'll no longer need to do magic on lonely beaches - but can Sierra learn to use her power safely? Or will her reckless blood put Witch Central at risk?
It's a Witch Central wedding - and you're invited :).
This is a short read, about the length of two chapters in my series books. Not a short story, really - more like a snapshot. The chance to share in an important moment in the lives of your favorite witches.
This should be read between A Reckless Witch and A Nomadic Witch. Enjoy the wedding!
Spring brings a traveler to Nova Scotia - a tiny babe who will turn Marcus's life upside down and reincarnate the horrifying events of his past.
Can Marcus find his way through the pain to love and healing? And can the witching community finally learn to keep their astral travelers safe?
Witch Central welcomes everyone. Or does it?
Twenty months ago, Jamie and Lauren crashed a coven meeting in Chicago - a visit they barely remember. For Beth Landler, it was the moment that fractured her circle and awakened her need for an entirely different kind of magic.
The kind only found in Witch Central. If she can dig up the courage to go.
Cassidy Farrell is a world-class Celtic fiddler. And if she has her way, that's exactly who she'll stay.
Except that's not what the rocks have in mind. Or a certain fetching spell. Or the truth working its way free in her own heart.
Can the music, and perhaps a certain grumpy curmudgeon and his baby girl, help Cass find her life's new song?
A bachelor curmudgeon, a Celtic witch, and an adorable wee girl with lavender eyes. Join them in the last days of the Swordfights & Lullabies tour - and see what love has wrought.
This is a short read, about the length of two chapters in my series books. Not a short story, really - more like a snapshot. The chance to share a few special moments with some of your favorite witches. It should be read between after A Celtic Witch. Enjoy!
Hannah Kendrick has spent the last twelve years fighting for her sanity. And the doctor who has stood by her side has run out of options.
A small computer tracking spell will find Hannah—but can Witch Central save her?
This is the seventh and final book in the bestselling A Modern Witch series, but have no fear – your favorite characters will be back in September with the launch of the Witch Central series. Lots of witchy love, laughter, and tears yet to come :).
Two pendants. Two students. And it’s entirely possible they didn’t volunteer.
World-famous (and now retired) photographer Jenvieve Adams has a debt to repay—and a soft spot for witches who have lost their way. Or so she thinks, until they actually show up.
Join some of the cast of characters from the very successful A Modern Witch series as they take on a new kind of journey as guides for WitchLight. What happens when an obsessive psychologist and a wordsmithing delinquent get dropped into Witch Central?
Note: Witches on Parole is the start of a spin-off trilogy, set in the world of the A Modern Witch series. This trilogy can be enjoyed on its own, but if you haven’t yet read A Modern Witch, you might consider doing so—many of the characters featured in Witches on Parole get their start in the main series. For those who are already fans of the main series, this book falls between book 2 and 3, but can easily be read anytime after book 1.
Lizard and Elsie are under way, but the WitchLight journey isn't an easy one.
There are bumps and obstacles inside their own hearts. And there is the greatest challenge of all... the one they will pick for each other.
Ghosts from Lizard's past--and the man who wants to be her future.
The empty places in Elsie's soul--and the temptations of raspberry-laced courage.
Walk once more with Jennie's students as they come to the end of their WitchLight journeys.
The tattoos on your heart matter more than the ones on your skin.
Two years ago, Lizard Monroe was Berkeley’s newest delinquent on parole. Now she’s a hot young realtor with a great life, an awesome guy, and enough friends to chase away the ghosts of her past.
The crystal ball has spoken—life isn’t done messing with her yet. And neither is the need brewing in the eyes of the man she loves.
The eve of Halloween approaches. And whatever the sexy poet realtor wants to believe, moving beyond your past isn’t the same as facing the future.
This is the first book in my new Witch Central series, featuring my well-loved clan of modern witches and those who love them.
A toddler and a snowman.
Everyone in Witch Central knows about Jamie Sullivan’s precog vision. The one he saw when he first laid eyes on the woman who would one day be his wife.
Now Nat and Jamie have it all. A fiery, adorable daughter, the kind of marriage that lasts to forever and beyond, and deep roots in the love, antics, and magic of Witch Central’s leading family.
Those parts of the vision have all come true. All that is missing is one small boy with dancing eyes.
And all the magic in the universe can’t seem to make him real.
This is the second book in my new Witch Central series.
Nell Sullivan is fiery, easily distracted by cookies, and doomed to wear the peach monstrosity at her best friend's wedding.
And she's a witch.
Daniel Walker is a former baseball player turned bored hacker looking for a challenge. Hacking Nell's online gaming world is going to get him a lot more than he bargained for.
A prophecy says they will make babies together - but when it comes to the love life of a modern witch and a hacker, prophecy might not get a vote.
Have you ever wondered who really does the matches for those online-dating sites?
Mick - Guppy scientist and victim of her self-inflicted dating adventures.
Miri - Astrology whiz and promoter of steamy sex for the greater good.
Derrick - Data genius and life idiot.
Meet the match team at Matchmakers.com, the web 2.0 online-dating service with a personal touch. Can Mick lead her team, find a guy, and finally win Match the Loser?
Jake thought he had a juvenile delinquent witch in need of rescue.
Romy couldn’t decide if he was a kidnapper, liar, or too good to be true. Throw in Tattoo Boy, sparking fingers, and a seven-year-old who can see the future, and you have all the makings for a romance.
Well, there’s some really great linguine and a duet from West Side Story, too.
There were a lot of things Cat didn't know when she moved to outer space.
She didn't know the food was all made from squished beans. She didn't know there were mean kids named Weed. And she didn't know you had to keep your room clean all the time.
But her new friend Arkali is pretty cool, even if he's never eaten a real apple or met a unicorn.
Now they have a sick plant in the ship's biosphere, and even magic and rabbit-poop tea aren't helping.
Can Cat and Arkali find a solution?
Eleven full-page interior illustrations make this a fun read! Reading level is similar to Magic Tree House books.