She found love for others...it was never supposed to happen to her…
Maeve Lovejoy isn't allowed to fall in love; her vows as matchmaker to a centuries-old coven located in the middle of the Bible Belt prohibit it. The sacrifice isn't too terrible a burden until she meets Mr. Wright.
Nathalia serves as Abbess, ruling the witches to whom Maeve is vowed. An abusive past relationship and experiences with a black magic sect cultivated her great distrust of men.
Faced with losing the most potent matchmaker in any coven's recorded history, Nathalia goes against her better instinct and allows her best friend, Maeve, to see Aaron Wright.
But when someone begins murdering couples with a connection to the coven, the bodies pile up and Nathalia's suspicion points right to the new beau Maeve trusts implicitly. Which of them is right and which one is dead wrong?