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Love, like magic, can leave you breathless . . .

The powers that be dubbed me Willow Black after the black willow tree where I was abandoned. Into foster care I went and in foster care I stayed. No one wants to keep a fey girl who thinks she can see the future in the water—and bring the rain.

A stint in the Northern Wisconsin Mental Health Facility brings me face-to-face with the man who’s haunted my visions for a very long time. Sebastian Frasier is not only the facility’s new administrator but my new psychiatrist.

Others have tried to convince me that I’m delusional. Been there, done that. Still have visions. Others have given up on me, but not Sebastian. Sebastian lost his sister to madness and it haunts him. His sadness calls to me almost as much as the memories of a love that hasn’t yet happened.

Sebastian does his best to logically explain away a few demonstrations of the impossible. But when someone tries to kill me, we have no choice but to run. After that, fighting our intense, mutual attraction, the destiny that beats around us every time that we touch, is impossible.

A centuries-old witch hunter intent on killing not only me but the two sisters I didn’t know I had, along with every other witch on earth, has been resurrected. I’m an elemental water witch and once my burgeoning power is combined with that of my sisters—an air witch and a fire witch—we just might be powerful enough to stop what’s coming.

An epic battle against certain evil.

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