A Witches of Wimberley short.
New York Times bestselling author, Victoria Danann, adds some more night magic to the captivating witch series.
Wednesday’s not just a witch. She’s a modern woman who doesn’t like being told what to do.
Rally is a warlock who can’t seem to think about anything but Wednesday. The fact that she’s not interested only makes her more intriguing..
It’s Wednesday’s turn for the spring rites, but she stuns the entire colony by saying no. She sees herself more as a save-the-world activist than a bride. Hoping she’ll change her mind, the Witches’ Council recruit her friends to apply pressure and proceed with plans as usual.
The warlock, Rally, met Wednesday at a witches’ gathering in Aspen. They barely spoke the entire weekend and he didn’t think much of it until afterward, when he found himself waking during the night with her on his mind. He could track her down, but to what end? He certainly wasn’t interested in a relationship lasting longer than forty minutes, but it had been months since the brief encounter and he was still being caught by friends, musing about Wednesday instead of listening.
Then one day it came to him that she must have cast some kind of spell. That was all the reason he needed to track her down.
Perhaps he expected to find a compliant, cooperative, submissive female. One thing was certain. He was not prepared for an aloof witch who couldn’t manage to care enough to pretend to be indignant. When she shrugged, said, “Think what you want,” and walked away, he was left standing with an open mouth and an ancient hunter’s impulse to chase rousing to a state of full awakening.