The Cabot Girls of Coventry Island
- Release Date: December 1, 2017
- eBook ISBN: 978-1-944591-31-1
- print ISBN: 978-1-944591-87-8
"This incredibly, wicked, well-crafted story. Family bonding in witchcraft: roots, bloodline & history plus a well-developed, defined cast of characters, good dialogue..." - Diane Wallace
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There have always been Cabot girls on Coventry Island.
Located off the Washington coast, the tiny island is a source of incredible magic. Women in the Cabot family are entrusted with protecting it from being abused by the outside world. Twins Reese and May, along with their older sister Winnie, are the current custodians and use their connection with the island to the betterment of its inhabitants. Winnie owns a bakery where she imbues her creations with positive energy. Reese and May have a thrift shop where repurposed items are blessed and passed on to the owners they were always meant to have.
The sisters have a close connection, still living together in the same house where they grew up. But once their impenetrable bond was nearly shattered by a woman named Jessica Vaughn. She very nearly succeeded but, in the end, the sisters were able to overcome her manipulations and exiled her from the island once and for all. Or so they thought.
Jessica has come back, determined to stay, and she has big plans for the island, plans that run contrary to the quaint and quiet life the Cabots have vowed to protect. This time she has an ally who could turn the tide. The tight-knit sisters will discover their family has been harboring certain unforgivable secrets.
At a time when their island needs them the most, the Cabots may find their relationship has been fatally fractured.