5 Paranormal Fantasy To Celebrate National Paranormal Day
Do you believe in ghosts? Whether you are a skeptic or psychic, National Paranormal Day is May 3rd and the holiday for you. Celebrate the whole month of May by picking up one of these paranormal fantasy novels below and start communicating with the great beyond.
A Rolling Scone (Great Witches Baking Show #3) by Nancy Warren
Butter, sugar, flour — and Death! British amateur bakers must turn out the perfect scone in this week’s filming of The Great British Baking Competition. When baking contestant and fledgling witch Poppy drops a plate of practice scones on the grounds of Broomewode Manor, she finds more than dirt and brambles. There’s a body in the bushes! Can she keep her cool while solving mysteries, trying to master witching skills, and still turn out a decent scone?
Southern Magic Wedding (Sweet Tea Witch Mysteries Book 16) by Amy Boyles
Pepper and Axel's wedding has finally arrived! But when a magical mishap threatens to ruin Pepper's special day, everyone is naturally upset. Can Pepper fix the problem before the wedding is supposed to take place? Or will her wedding be postponed--indefinitely?
Throw the Fastball by M. Scott
Psychic powers attract danger. After the paranormal excitement the last few weeks, April is looking forward to more 'Beach hair I don't care' time. She hopes the relaxation will put her 'Gift' into hibernation before she starts her new position at Master, Lloyd, and Johnson law firm. Free tickets to a local minor league baseball game dash any hope of reprieve from the paranormal.
Spooks and Spells by Constance Barker & J.D. Sullivan
Helga, resident witch and consultant to Jacob, the handsome detective, has her hands full when the town's Casanova's end up with wooden arrows to the chest. Has someone had enough of their wily ways? Or is there sorcery at play?
Cupcakes, Spies and Despicable Guys (Annie Graceland Mystery #8) by Pamela DuMond
Annie Graceland’s got her hands full. There’s a jewel thief in the neighborhood, a new ghost in the house, and her cat, Theodore, has been acting incredibly strange lately… Theodore might look like a domesticated cat living a quiet life in a seaside village but he’s leading a double life working undercover as a secret agent for the Pet Intelligence Agency. When Theodore’s bejeweled cat food bowl is stolen, he is forced to use all his Double O Nine brains, brawn, and special gadgets to take on an international cartel of criminals. Will the evil masterminds and their minions win at last — or can Theodore save the day?