Book of the Month and Contest: Crazy Witch by C.S. Edwards

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Crazy Witch

The Witch Doctors 
Book Three
C.S. Edwards
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Publisher: C.S. Edwards
Date of Publication: October 31, 2022
ISBN: 9798215161517
ASIN: B0BH6JKM82
Number of pages: 142
Word Count: 36,382
Cover Artist: C.S. Edwards
 

 

Book Description:

What does Bart Babington’s love life, a legendary key, and the Goddess of Death, have in common? Well, Bart is about to find out.
 
The not-so-famous witch doctor cosmetic surgeon is sick and tired of his two meddling sisters trying to mate him up at every annual Samhain celebration for the last ten years. So, Bart enlists his two best wingmen to help him find a fake date to take to Rabbit Hash for the party.
 
In his grand plan to get his sisters off his back, what he didn’t count on is falling for a pigeon raising, southern witch on a moped. Nor did he expect to lose her during the couple’s championships for the Loving Cup. But he’s on a ghostly trip to sort out his past and make room for true love in his life.
 
Will Bart find his witch, or will he never unlock his heart?
 

 

About the Author:

C.S. Edwards is a southern author of small town adventures sprinkled with romance, mystery, and occasionally some paranormal and fantasy. Her newest release, Crazy Witch, The Witch Doctors Book 3, is a saucy, fun, romantic romp. In her catalog, you’ll also find the darker small town mystery Welcome to Lovely, that shows a spicier side of crime and romance.
 
C.S. Edwards lives with her family on the Kentucky side of Cincinnati, where they are all just doing their part to make the world a little more interesting and entertaining.
 
“My kids, all five of them, swear I talk to myself way too much. What they don’t know is, I’m not talking to myself, I’m talking to my characters. Sure, that makes me a little crazy, but come on, it also makes me super interesting—right?! Probably not, but a girl can dream.” — C.S. Edwards
 
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Once upon a time there was a witch and a
warlock who fell in love. They lived together in a modest and remote castle,
working the land, making essential oils, and giving back to the earth. They
were a good witch and warlock who loved their life and wanted nothing more than
to share their love and good fortune with others. But most of all, they dreamed
of having a tiny magical being of their own. This was not to be. For all their
trying, the witch could not become pregnant. They grew herbs to make special
teas, mixed up potions for fertility, and even cast spells under the light of
the full moon. Nothing worked. The witch’s belly remained empty. The days
turned into months, into years, then into decades. A century passed, but no
baby came. The witch fell into a deep sadness. She no longer got out of bed and
tended to her garden. She no longer sang while strolling through the meadows of
wildflowers. She no longer ate until she was full. She cried. She slept. She
stared into the nothingness of the night

Heartbroken to see his love so forlorn, the
warlock decided to venture out of the safety of their secluded castle and find
a Baba Yaga to heal his wife and give them a child through either light or dark
magical means. The day he left, he kissed her and promised to always love her
in this world, and the next. He vowed to search eternally for help for his
barren wife. He vowed to find a way to give her a child. The witch pleaded with
him not to leave. She told him she’d felt something terrible coming his way. He
saw it, too, but knew her happiness was more important. She cried and held onto
the warlock, but he pushed her away. Before he mounted his stead, he placed a
soft kiss on her lips. The warlock embraced the witch’s face in his hands and
looked deep into her aqua eyes. He said, “you are my heart. Without you by my
side, this muscle in my chest would cease to beat. I will travel to the end of
the earth and time to make you happy.” He kissed her again. “If I do not
return, always follow your heart.” He removed a long chain that held and small
key from his neck and placed it in her hands. “This key opens the lock to the
future. It’s been passed down in my family since the beginning of time,
bestowed upon those with a purpose to learn. Use it and our love will be for
all eternity.