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Solstice Coven Series

Crime Fiction / Lesbian Mystery / Paranormal Suspense

Guardians of the Sacred Moon

Book 2

As the offspring of two pure lines of hereditary witches, Raven Sage Brown has the potential to be the most powerful witch in existence.

Dark energy weighs in the air over Solstice and with Raven and her father, Kiran Hayes, preparing to host an annual Pagan festival on the Bowen lands, the Hayes clan fears that rumours of Raven’s heritage are drawing dark forces to Solstice in the hopes of absorbing her powers for themselves.

Raven’s priority is protecting those she loves – her daughter, Indigo; her lover, Riley Gallagher; and her father, Kiran. As she begins to come into her Bowen powers, Raven learns more of the tragic history of the Bowen women and sets out to investigate who is behind the early deaths plaguing her ancestors in order to prevent her own early demise and protect her daughter’s future. 

Will Raven be able to keep Indi, Riley, and the rest of her family safe?

The future of the Bowen line depends on it.

“Holy moly, another wild ride!! Goodness, I love Raven!” ~ Goodreads Review

High Priestess

Book 1

Detective Constable Raven Bowen’s life seems to be falling apart around her. Her Wiccan mother, Ena Bowen, has recently passed to spirit and even though Raven hasn’t seen or spoken to her in twelve years, she feels the loss.

Then there’s her relationship with her lesbian lover, Riley Gallagher, which ended rather abruptly and Raven only has herself to blame.

When the body of a young woman is discovered with the spring thaw, Raven takes on a new case and isn’t impressed when her sergeant assigns a rookie to investigate it with her.

If all of that wasn’t enough, Raven’s mother starts speaking to her from beyond the grave. She only has one question for her mother … “How the heck do I get you out of my head.”

“Find my killer.”

“Highly entertaining and atmospheric read that does the genre proud, High Priestess fields a plot that works with diabolical effectiveness.” ~ BookViral Review