Zoraida Grey 7 comments

 Welcome to Sorchia’s Zoraida Grey Page!!

This is where you can find news about release dates, giveaways, and freebies related to my Zoraida Grey series, along with excerpts, blurbs, cover images, and my favorite promos. You’ll also find links to Amazon, B&N, Wild Rose Press, and Kobo to purchase a copy.

  • BIG NEWS: Zoraida Grey and the Family Stones won a 3rd place Prism Award presented by Romance Writers of America’s Fantasy, Futuristic, and Paranormal chapter.
  • Free Chapter 1 of Zoraida Grey and the Family Stones HERE
  • Keep an eye out for Witchling–an anthology of Zoraida Grey short stories–in Winter 2017.
  • Zoraida Grey and the Voodoo Queen is with the editor. Hoping for  winter release.

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Zoraida Grey and the Family Stones released by Wild Rose Press October 28, 2016.


Granny’s dying, but Zoraida can save her with a magic crystal of smoky quartz.

Too bad the crystal is in Scotland.

In a haunted castle.

Guarded by mind-reading, psychopathic sorcerers.

Getting inside Castle Logan is easy. Getting out––not so much. Before she can snatch the stone, Zoraida stumbles into a family feud, uncovers a wicked ancient curse, and finds herself ensorcelled by not one but two handsome Scottish witches. Up to their necks in family intrigue and smack-dab in the middle of a simmering clan war, Zoraida and her bff Zhu discover Granny hasn’t told them everything.

Not by a long shot.

  • Zoraida Grey and the Family Stones is Book 1 in the Zoraida Grey Series. 
  • Zoraida Grey and the Voodoo Queen  Coming Winter 2017
  • Zoraida Grey and the Pictish Runes  Coming Spring 2018. 
  • Look for Witchling, an anthology of Zoraida Grey Stories During Winter 2017.

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Chapter Titles

  1. Granny Tightens the Knot
  2. The One I Trust
  3. Goodbye
  4. Crystal Persuasion
  5. The Unexpected Visitor
  6. In Which I Become a Silk Purse
  7. Come into my Parlor
  8. Soup to Nuts
  9. After Dinner Entertainment
  10. I Ain’t Afraid of no Ghosts
  11. In Which I Become Most Sincerely Afraid of Ghosts
  12. In Which I am Called Stupid, and Not for the Last Time
  13. ’Tis Best ’Twere Done Quickly
  14. A Day at Castle Logan
  15. Attempted Burglary
  16. Who’s Zooming Who?
  17. Beneath the East Tower
  18. Strange Bedfellows
  19. Family History
  20. The Magician
  21. Gone Fishing
  22. Murder Most Foul
  23. Scottish Five-Oh
  24. Stupid is as Stupid Does
  25. A Good Day for Sad Stories
  26. The Oubliette
  27. Exit, Pursued by a Bear
  28. Home Again, Home Again. Jiggetty Jig
  29. The End of the Beginning

And a little Excerpt to Get you Started


“Tell me the truth!”

His whisper sinks into my stomach like rotten meat. His fingers tense on my neck.

He is in my head, but I’m in his as well. “This is why you brought me down here. You’ve been playing me along all day.”

“Of course I have.”

“What makes you think it will be so easy?”

His tone is measured, not cruel, but not comforting either. “Do you think you can waltz in here and do as you please? You’re not in Kansas anymore.”

“You mean I’m not in Arkansas anymore.” My voice rasps under the pressure of his fingers.

Pain in my temples pulls me deeper into the abyss. He pushes the spell into my head.

Losing myself,

losing myself,

losing myself.

I open my mouth to scream but forget to do it. How much of this ensorcellment is due to his spell and how much to the smell of peaty whisky on his breath, to the warmth of his muscular arms, to the solid weight of his body against mine?

What is this strange pleasure, even as he pries open my mind, as he pushes his will into mine, as he touches my most private thoughts? All memories of the healing crystal, Granny, and the temptation of the black stone disappear in a puff of desire.


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Here’s What people are saying about Zoraida Grey and the Family Stones:

I absolutely loved this book October 31, 2016
I absolutely loved this book!!! I have read so many books over the years, it is very hard to surprise me in a story. This story had surprises every few chapters. Just when you think you know what’s going to happen, bam!
Chilling Fun! November 1, 2016
I loved, loved this book. I was in the mood for a rich Gothic romance and this book delivered.
4.5 stars November 21, 2016

4.5 stars – (review request submitted by the author for an honest critique)

When Sorchia DuBois contacted me and asked me to review her story, I was more than willing to offer up my services. I love books about witches, old castles, and Scotland so all three rolled up into one…. It was a no-brainer. I just had to read “Zoraida Grey and the Family Stones” and you should too.
There wasn’t a chapter, a solitary page, where Zoraida didn’t encounter or reflect upon something magical.


The Romance Reviews

Book Reviewed by LiaL [ Review Posted: Jan 31, 2017 ]

This is a really fun magical adventure. It is light-hearted but has a serious, suspenseful edge to it as well. Zoraida is a great narrator for the tale and hearing everything from her point of view allows the author to surround her with characters who we are not really sure of their intentions. This is the first part of the story and I am looking forward to the next part. The author has delivered a fun experience and a great choice for those who enjoy paranormal stories with romance in the mix. – See more at: The Romance Reviews 

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