BOOK BIRTHDAY- Zoraida Grey and the Voodoo Queen


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August 1 is the Book Birthday for Zoraida Grey and the Voodoo Queen, the second book in the trilogy. To celebrate, I’m giving away copies of Witchling, A Collection of Zoraida Grey Short Stories for this week only. 

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Zoraida Grey and the Voodoo Queen

Magic may save Zoraida’s skin, but what about her heart?

Zoraida Grey needs help. With the witchy Logan clan holding her best friend hostage in a haunted Scottish castle, she can’t trust anyone—certainly not beguiling but dangerous Shea Logan. And Al, her overprotective boyfriend, doesn’t believe in magic.

 Only one creature strikes fear in the blackened hearts of the Logan witches. Trouble is Jock disappeared five centuries ago leaving a trail of destruction across the Gulf of Mexico. Now he’s stepped into a steaming pile of Voodoo.

Can Zoraida drag wayward Jock back to Scotland? And what’s she supposed to do with two men who promise completely different futures?

 

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Coming Soon: Zoraida Grey and the Pictish Runes

Get ready for the last book in the series!

Zoraida’s back at fabulous Castle Logan—and this time she’s not kidding around. She has a wedding to plan along with the pesky problem of staying alive to see it through.

Hostages in the tower, vampires in the caverns, witches in the drawing room. It’s party time at Castle Logan and what a party it is! Guest include a full cast of good witches and bad witches and a bestiary straight out of Scottish legend.

Will Castle Logan live up to its dark reputation of betrayal and bloodshed?

Zoraida Grey and the Pictish Runes is in Pre-Production right now. I’m hoping for a Fall/Winter release.


About SorchiaD

Award-winning author Sorchia Dubois lives in the piney forest of the Missouri Ozarks with eight cats, two fish, one dog, and one husband. A proud member of the Scottish Ross clan, Sorchia incorporates all things Celtic (especially Scottish) into her works. She can often be found at Scottish festivals watching kilted men toss large objects for no apparent reason.

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