With one week to go until the release of the fourth book in the Warlocks MacGregor series, here’s the summary, a peak at the book trailer and an opportunity to preorder the book:
Malina MacGregor is more than just a delicate flower in need of manly protection, but you wouldn’t know if by the slew of male family members who show up anytime she tries to go on a date. Sure, she’s made some poor choices in men in the past—like the demon she mistakenly hooked up with in Las Vegas years ago. But that was then, and this is now, and she more than made up for that mistake.
Darragh “Dar” Lahey may be a luck demon, but his luck ran out the night he met the temptress—Malina. Now he’s back, and he has an ax to grind. Malina needs to pay for what she did to him, and the supernatural attacks he’s firing at her magickal family is just the beginning. There is only one hitch in his plans for revenge—even after all this time the stubborn woman can still make his heart ache, and his body burn with need.
Warning: Contains yummy, hot, mischievous MacGregors who are almost certainly up to no good on their quest to find true love.
I hope you’ll all go check it out. I absolutely LOVE this series and can’t wait for you to read the latest book!
Malina, the latest MacGregor
With every page I write, I feel closer to my heroine, Malina MacGregor (Remember her, the mischievous sister from Love Potions?). Mind you, I feel that way with each character I create as I write them.
But there’s something about her story that resonates with me. Maybe it’s the fact that she was displaced as an infant?
Malina is the only sister to Erik, Niall and Euann. In the upcoming Warlocks MacGregor book, a rebellious past haunts her. Dar, someone she hurt, resurfaces with revenge on his mind.
As a baby Malina was sent to England. It was for her own safety in a time when the witch trials were taking place in Scotland. Maybe her displacement is why she feels she must prove her loyalty to her family?
Does this grievance drive Malina to destruction?
Whatever the case, love, loyalty, and longevity rule supreme as I navigate the latest addition to one of my favorite series, Warlocks MacGregor.
“Cauldrons and Confessions” releases March 28th.
If you haven’t yet read the series, I’ve reduced book 1 “Love Potions” down to 99 cents for a limited time.
When it came time to scout locations for a contemporary romance—the Warlocks MacGregors series. I was adamant that I wanted somewhere that small town America was represented. Wisconsin was the perfect place. But it was a close call between the cheese state and a location in the south.
Having grown up in the heartland myself I knew how connected people can be to the land.
And then of course there’s my fondness for all things cheese, which brings me to fun facts about Malina, who happens to be the heroine in “Cauldrons and Confessions” the next MacGregor’s book, coming soon.
One of Malina’s gifts is that she is able to materialize objects from their pictures. Enter the MacGregor males, I was going to say men, but I’ll let you decide for yourself. So, boys being boys, her brothers and cousins stole a bunch of billboards so she could materialize giant pizzas for them. Rory also took a billboard with a picture of a 6-foot boxer puppy on it, and is currently pestering Malina to make him a friend.
Oh well, it’s back to writing. Wish me luck. And if you haven’t read the series, “Love Potions” book 1 is reduced to 99 cents for a limited time.
Michelle Pillow’s New Novel Reflects that Gothic Romance Is Alive and Well
New critique of the novel ‘Forget Me Not’ by Michelle M. Pillow
“As a scholar of the classic Gothic novel of the nineteenth century, from time to time I like to read twenty-first century Gothic novels to see how well the seeds that Mrs. Radcliffe planted are flourishing. I’m happy to report that authors like Michelle Pillow are keeping the Gothic tradition alive and well by utilizing standard Gothic plot devices but making them their own as the Gothic evolves into something more spiritual and less terrifying than its originators may have first imagined.” — Read the entire critique here!