A Witch’s Legacy
by Catherine Anne Collins
Publication Date: TBA
Cover art by Jeannie Ruesch
Fighting a deadly battle on a cliff high above the raging sea, Seabhac hovers on the point of death. With a final thrust of magic, he escapes to Avalon and passes the essence of his knowledge to his apprentice, Ainevar. Driven to protect the endangered druid magic, Ainevar flees Seabhac’s attacker and begins a course of events that wind through history and take root in modern day Salem.
It took a hefty bribe to convince New Yorker Cassandra Raines to decorate her brother’s new house. Especially since the house is located in Salem, and Cassandra has an aversion to magic. Her arrival in town embroils Cassandra in ritual murders, latent powers gone awry, and Salem’s attractive police chief, Samson Wilder, who harbours his own history of magic, curses, and deadly secrets.
Past and present collide when the legacy of evil that has stalked Salem for centuries returns with a vengeance.
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Catherine Anne Collins
Catherine is living her life-long dream on a 50 acre farm in Ontario where she and her husband recently moved. Between playing with her ever growing menagerie of barnyard animals and helping her husband run their martial arts dojo, she finds time to write. Other interests include traditional archery, walking in the woods, photography and reading.
Her research for A Witch’s Lament included a trip to Salem, Massachusetts and she’s thinking of setting her next book somewhere with sun, surf and palm trees, so she has an excuse to do more “research”.
Find her books and photos of her animals (and husband) on her website: www.catherineannecollins.com
ABOUT THERESA (a.k.a. Fade Into Fantasy): As a part time book store employee, editing intern, and the mastermind behind BLB Book Tours, Theresa is able to surround herself with her favorite things, BOOKS. When she isn’t working, learning, or attending her sons’ sporting events, she’s lost between the pages of a paranormal novel. Her hope is to someday earn a living editing books, but until then she’s happy to help spread the word about the fabulous books and authors she encounters along the way.