Everyone has a past, but not everyone has it come back to torment them six hundred years later.
Three lives entwined by vows, magic, and love end in distrust, bitterness, and anger. A spell cast with dying breaths to bring them back to settle their differences, rekindle the power of friendship, and mend a broken heart.
The spell worked.
Six hundred years later, they've been reunited. Can the trio work together to remember and bury the past and change what was, to what might be? Or will they allow the pain of the past to dictate their futures?
They must hurry as the spell didn’t just bring them back. It also brought back their executioner. He knows they are alive and he wants them dead…again.
About the Author
S. A. Hussey is a freelance writer, author, and published poet. She writes on occasion for Bluebird Reviews a web-based music review site, and has had two poems published in anthology books. Stephanie takes part in on-line critique and writers groups. She continues to write and is working on paranormal fantasy for a 2016 release, REMEMBRANCE.
S.A. Hussey lives in a small coastal community just north of Boston, Massachusetts, and very close to the witch city of Salem. She has two amazingly beautiful daughters, and a 9 month old cat named Rizzoli who will “cut you” with his love. She’s a full-time billing manager for a local hospital and when she’s not there she’s writing, reading or listening to music.
Ms. Hussey enjoys a good concert and freelances articles/reviews for an amazing fan-based music website, www.BlueBirdReviews.com She enjoys most genres of music but the blues and classic rock are her favorites, especially Led Zeppelin – they stole her heart and make her soul come alive to dance and write.
Reading is her other passion. S.A. Hussey loves escaping into new worlds. Her all-time favorite story is, The Songmaster, by Orson Scott Card. “There’s something in the way he weaved those worlds, and how the characters were brought to life. When I first read it, my 11 year-old mind was enthralled. I wanted to do that. I wanted to create and write, and I did for many years through poems and short stories, stopping only to raise my girls. Now I’m back, creating worlds and characters of my own and having a blast while doing it.”