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Witchy Boys 3: Full Moon Rising

by Katey Hawthorne

The third and final installment of the Witchy Boys series contains two more novelettes perfect for a dark night's read.

Moonlight Motor Inn

Adam Ha’s family has owned the Moonlight Motor Inn outside St. Paul for decades, but there’s always been something not-quite-right about it. When the paranormal activity sends his parents packing, Adam determines to stick around and get help to save the family business. He calls in Courtland Wendt, a trans man and physical medium who can get to the bottom of his haunting—he hopes.

Cranky Court is taken with Adam’s easy charm as much as with his dedication to his family, and the two can’t resist the electric connection between them for long. But they’ll have to solve an angry, dead witch’s murder before Adam can have his happily ever after at the Moonlight.

The Full Moon Husband

When Jacob Madison’s mother finally decides to retire, he moves back to Wheeling to run the family hardware store for her. The city hasn’t changed much, but an old friend from middle school, Harry Montgomery, has returned since Jacob’s been gone. The two renew their old friendship and flirt with the idea of something more, something a little hotter.

But Harry’s been through tragedy, and he can’t shake it off until he sets his ghosts free. Literally. Luckily, Jacob’s witchy family includes Matt Antonin and his boyfriend Thackeray, who just might have a fix.

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About the Author

Katey Hawthorne is an avid reader and writer of superpowered and paranormal romance, even though the only degree she holds is in the history of art. (Or, possibly, because the only degree she holds is in the history of art.) Originally from the Appalachian foothills of West Virginia, she currently lives in Ohio with her family, two cats, and one very large puppy. In her spare time she enjoys travel, comic books, B-movies, loud music, video games, Epiphones, and Bushmills. Her favorite causes include animal rescue and bisexual representation in media. She is an unashamed fangirl and collects nerdy tattoos like she’s trying to prove it.


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