Three friends, a magick spell, what could go wrong? A Touch of Magick is the first book in the Spells, Secrets & Seductions trilogy.
There’s nothing practical about this magick
Rhiannon Sparks isn’t a very good witch, so when she slips up during a spell and calls for true love instead of a lover, she doesn’t think anything will come of it. But it seems that love has arrived along with Rhiannon’s newly unleashed powers, and she’ll have to learn to handle both or risk losing it all.
Deputy Ryland Stone is a realist. He believes only in what he can see and touch. But when he gets his hands on Rhiannon, sparks fly—literally. He can’t explain the instant connection they have, but Rhiannon’s explanation challenges everything he knows to be true.
She stepped back and looked at the two women she loved liked sisters. “I still think we all need to get laid.”
They both laughed, as she’d hoped, and the atmosphere was lightened once again. “What do you propose?” Esther appeared intrigued by the idea.
“Something simple. Like I said, I’m not a very good witch. I’ve got issues.”
Maggie giggled. “You need a self-help group or something.”
Rhiannon laughed in spite of herself. It wasn’t a topic she usually found funny, but she supposed it did sound a bit ridiculous.
Esther shrugged. “I’m in. What can it hurt?”
Both of them looked at Maggie, who held up her hands in mock defeat. “Okay. I don’t think it will work, but I’m game.”
Pleased that her friends were willing to try her experiment, Rhiannon went over to the large oak cabinet dominating almost one entire wall of the dining area, and pulled open one of the drawers. This was where she kept all her magickal supplies. It only took her a moment to collect what they’d need.
“Let’s go outside. The moon is almost full and will add power to our spell.”
She headed out the back door with her friends tight at her heels. Abigail slipped out with them and raced ahead, down the steps and into the secluded yard.
The long cotton skirt she wore fluttered in the light breeze. The air was crisp, but it wasn’t too cold. The moon hung like an orb in the sky, illuminating the garden. Rhiannon loved this time of year. There was so much magick in the air you could almost touch it. An owl hooted in the distance.
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