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Book 1 of an action packed new paranormal series.

She's running from her past. And running out of time.

Claire Wiche is an ordinary woman, running her Wicca shop, The Wiche's Broom, in an ordinary California beach town. But Claire wasn't always ordinary, and she isn't quite human. She hides a secret, and a past she thought she had put behind her.

A past that is about to explode into her present.

When it does, and everyone she loves is in danger, Claire must face up to her past - and become what she left behind in order to save them.

Get the first three books of this fast-paced paranormal series in one set! The Claire Wiche boxed set is now available at Amazon.

Book 2, A Gathering of Angels, and Book 3, Carry On Wayward Son, is also available.

Annie's Song, Book 4, and What Doesn't Kill You, Book 5, are now available!


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3.8 / 5
March 12th, 2015
Awesome read! Couldn't put it down. I will most definitely be reading more by this author. Loved every word of it!
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A unique read
January 14th, 2015
I thoroughly enjoyed this book and will read an other book written by this author. If you enjoy reading about witches and demons you have to read this book.
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Rest for the wicked
January 4th, 2015
Awesome. Could not put it down. Would recommend it to anyone who enjoys fantasy novels. Page turner for sure.
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Rest for the wicked
February 17th, 2014
A good read
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Entertaining quick read
February 5th, 2014
Maybe, with time, Dean can flesh out her characters as much as Laurel K. Hamilton or Mercedes Lackey do. I'm torn: was the reason that I read this little book to its end, simply that it was so short? It was engaging, and had almost no boring bits,but when I hit the last page, it felt like it should have been just the end of a multi-chapter section, and not the end of an entire book. If you want a breezy read about characters with very un-complex motivations, in a reasonably cohesive world, "Rest for the Wicked" will do. Three-and-a-half stars.
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