New releases in the Magic & Mayhem Kindle World series are here!!!
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Thor and Peace by Barbra Annino
When a string of familiars goes missing, it's up to Thor--a giant Great Dane and familiar to the Seeker of Justice--to find them before it's too late.
Sh*t My Vampire Says by Michele Bardsley
A grumpy werecat + a cheerful fairy + a grandfatherly vampire on the run = chaos gone wild in Texas. Again!
When werecougar Caulder Mason must find Raymond Cobbler, his sister’s vampire buddy from the Adopt-an-Elderly-Vampire program. His search leads him to Wild, Texas where he finds Ray, a vengeful demon, and a beautiful fae-demon—who turns out to be his mate.
Lavender Greengrass keeps to herself because venturing into the world usually means destroying some part of it. Not on purpose. Her demon side just … well, leaks out every now and again. So she can’t understand why Caulder is gung-ho for their union. Especially since they have to deal with grumpy ol’ Ray, her kidnapped grandmother, and her asshole demon cousin, Ferth.
But Caulder and Lavender are meant to be together, and even if they have to go to hell (they do), they’ll prove to each other that true love can conquer all.
Stop Your Witchin' by Deanna Chase
There’s a wedding planned in Asscrack. And when Ida May, and her boy-toy Sterling, are once again summoned to West Virginia via a hot tub teleporter, the bachelorette party is all fun and games until a little dirty dancing results in an improper curse.
Now her shifter friends are in trouble, and Ida May is once again in the thick of it, sacrificing the only thing she cares about to make sure the wedding goes off without a hitch.
If the Wand Fits by Saranna DeWylde
The last thing Poppy Frogcruncher wants is to fall in love with her fairy godfather, but happily ever after has other plans. Especially in Assjacket, West Virginia where nothing is as it seem and fairytales have a way of coming true.
Witchin' Impossible 4: Mr. & Mrs. Shift by Renee George
A witchy bride. An itchy groom. A flower girl squirrel. And a dead wedding planner. Why is nothing ever easy in Paradise Falls.
Witch Hazel Kinsey is finally marrying the love of her life, werebear Ford Baylor, in a ceremony that will bind their souls for life.
Unfortunately, party crashers have other plans for the anxious bride. Like killing her before the ceremony. Haze and Ford, with the help of Tizzy the squirrel, and Lily Mason are determined to track down the killer and make the midnight deadline, but if they can’t stop the person behind the bounty on Haze’s head, the wedding may be off. Permanently.
What’s a Witchzilla to do when everything on her special day goes wrong? Everything she can to make sure she doesn’t lose her one shot at true happiness.
For Hazel and the gang, it’s just another day in Paradise Falls.
The Witched Away Bride by Heather Long
Once upon a time in Assjacket…
My story began when a vampire I dubbed Mr. Nasty-Face sent me on a crazy, impossible task to fix his mis-Turnment of a certain succubus. Easy, right? Yeah, then I ran into the skunk who would change my life (and spray me, but let’s forget that memory). Once I got to Assjacket, well, let’s just say I ended up with the teenager who wasn’t—a kind of happily-while-you’re-here scenario. Now my teen is a grown woman with a Highlander for a lover, and I’m left to deal with Gigi. She wants me to find her a happily-for-real-ever-after and I’ve still got to solve my problems.
So to be clear, all I have to do is undo the unbreakable, pair the unpairable, and keep my man happy. One out of three isn’t bad. I’m a witch singer, not a dang miracle worker.
Just sing at a couple of weddings, the Baba Yaga said, it’ll be fun, she said, it’ll solve all your problems…except no weddings are possible with the witched away brides.
There's No Place Like Wicked by Cherie Marks
Nothing pleases Toricellia "Celia" Henderson more than hanging out with her friends, giving brilliant snark, and hiding her true identity. She's a bobcat shifter who hasn't shifted in years due to the whole nobody-can-know-who-she-is situation, but she can't deny her best friend's request to locate a treasured stone while in her bobcat form. Unfortunately, now people know where she is, and a wild prince named Ethan is chasing her through the forest and looking too hot to handle--and he knows exactly who she is--his mate.
Even stranger, a powerful someone is steering them toward the kingdom of Wicked where an ambitious, warlock cockalorum is trying to take over. They'll have to work together to save the ones they love and to set things right. Magic and mayhem ensue as these two learn there's nothing like having a partner in crime and There's No Place Like Wicked.
What A Witch Wants by Monette Michaels
Magical artifacts can be deadly…or seductive, and Amethyst St. John delights in them all. She’s curator for the U.K. Covens’ Magical Artifacts Library, and her magic isn’t the usual run-of-the-mill hocus-pocus. Oh no. With her powers, she can turn the nastiest artifact harmless.
Unfortunately, her magic is useless when her egotistical mother pressures her to marry a depraved aristocrat. So, when the most powerful witch in the world asks her to present an artifact—a very intimate piece of the infamous wizard Merlin—to their sister city Assjacket, West Virginia, Amethyst jumps at the chance.
Bobcat Shifter Kerr Montgomery, chief detective for Assjacket, has better things to do than meet some British ambassador witch … until he catches Amethyst’s scent. She’s his mate—the one woman who can complete his soul. But his Ammy doesn’t understand mating. And she distrusts men. Even worse, she won’t be in Assjacket long enough to change her mind.
And then someone steals Merlin’s intimate body part. Ammy, aided by Kerr, sets out on a quest to find the artifact. In the process, she discovers what she really wants.
Witch With An Axe To Grind by Isabel Micheals
What do you get when you mix one sleep deprived witch, one rat bastard of a wolf, a gentleman's club, and a little Dark Magic? A Witch With An Axe To Grind!
Sophie O’Malley would do anything for a good night’s sleep. Yet, it seems to keep alluding her because of the party mongers occupying her closet. When she comes face-to-face with three Mouseketeers in trouble, her life is suddenly flipped upside down.
Alec Stone has been cursed by a manipulative, vindictive witch dabbling in Dark Magic, who just happens to be his ex-lover. When he suddenly finds himself stuck in Chez Parée Deux, he’ll need to enlist the help of his new friends, if he has any chance of ever seeing his mate again.
Sophie and Alec’s worlds collide when they’re both hexed by a witch with evil desires.
Spells will be cast. Secrets will be unveiled. Deals will be struck. Battles will be fought. But only the last woman standing will be willing to risk it all.
Witch With An Axe To Grind is based on some of the wonderful characters found in Robyn Peterman’s Magic & Mayhem series.
Sammie Jo: A 'Not-Quite' Shifting Witchy Love Story by Julia Mills
Wearing the fur, waving the wand and wrecking the world! From Witch to familiar in one Bibbidi, Bobbidi, BOOM! It’s back to Asscrack to beg and grovel and pray to the Goddess that Zelda, the next Baba Yaga and Almighty Shifter Wanker will undo the mess I’ve made and return me to my beautifully curvy body on two legs instead of the four little furry ones I am sporting right now.
Let me share with you that smelling butts and having yours accosted at every turn by any random nose from any random animal who just happens to be passing by, is really not a turn-on. I’m ready to be human again in the worst way and willing plead and clean toilets (Gross!) if Zelda will just make with the magic and goofy rhyming spell.
Of course, there’s a hitch and I’m praying she doesn’t ask because if she does I might die of embarrassment before I ever get to wear my new Jimmy Choos. Can you keep a secret? This is just between us, right? Good! Well, the spell that went crazy and covered not only my backyard but also me in neon orange lava was a ritual of my design meant to find my one true mate. So, now I’m wondering if getting changed in a cat and having your magic go on the fritz is the Universe’s way of saying, “You, Sammie Jo, are doomed to live alone. Give it up and go be a cat, at least it’s better than a cat lady."
Sigh! I just hope I didn’t mess up something in the fabric of time and space and let a big, ghoul in because then there’s no way Zelda will save my ass. Yay! One more thing to worry about. I think I’ll go lay in the sun and take a nap, I’m about ten hours short of my required sixteen and I’d hate to get bags under these tiny little cat eyes.
Toodles and…keep the faith, I’m gonna need all the help I can get.
Witchy and the Beast by Virginia Nelson
He was a douchewaffle long before a spell made him a monster, but she might be just the witch to break his curse.
Iola Pennybreaker had an awful relationship with her father, and that was before she found herself spelled to the middle of nowhere West Virginia. Apparently, her father was captured by a Beast… and can only be freed if she’ll take his place.
Which sounded kinda like a fairytale, except she isn’t a huge fan of her father and less of a fan of being a prisoner, even if the prison in question is a mega-sweet castle. But there is something about the Beast, so she and her familiar decide to help the guy out.
Makeover, anyone? She tries berries, spells, and a trip to her favorite hair magician, but Iola can’t seem to fix the biggest problem—Beast’s self-confidence. When they team up to save a trio of baby raccoons, she begins to notice something…
Maybe she is just the witch to tame this particular Beast.
Once Bitten, Twice Shy by Teresa J. Reasor
Somewhere off the beaten path in the World of Magic and Mayhem, there’s a little-visited trail that leads to a realm of vampire politics, danger and maybe even death.
Phoebe Stewart only agreed to marry Trevor Ricci to secure peace between their warring vampire clans. When her groom poisons her during the wedding ceremony, and her life expectancy falls from forever to a week, “till death do you part” takes on a whole new meaning. When she catches up with her new husband, she intends to stake and roast the traitorous, narcissistic weenie.
Especially now she’s met Hunter Knox, the bad boy alpha vampire she’s been waiting for her whole death.
Agent Hunter Knox works for the National Vampire Security Council. When a poison that can actually kill their species surfaces, he’s dead set on finding and destroying it. But once he meets Phoebe, and realizes she only has days to live, the need for an antidote takes priority.
And the more he gets to know her, the more he suspects she may be as important to vampire kind as she’s becoming to him.
Secrets, Lies, and Meatballs by Jordan K. Rose
The meatball knows.
That’s what everyone keeps saying. But how is it possible for a hunk of meat that’s been simmering in ancient spaghetti sauce for thirty-three years to know anything, never mind who Lena Tortellani is supposed to marry?
She won’t do it. They can’t make her do it. No matter how good that gravy smells or how powerful the matchmaker is, this witch is not eating that meatball.
But when someone steals the mate-ball to Lena’s meatball, the lid is blown off a pot of family secrets kept hidden for some fifty years. And the only way to save the people she loves most is for Lena to eat the magic meatball or risk losing her family forever.
The Incompetent Witch and the Missing Men by DC Thome
All the local men, including Prudenzia’s new love Hunter, vanish into thin air. Pru suspects Frigid Brigid is behind it. But the truth is more horrible—and hilarious—than Pru could have imagined.
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