- Publisher: Caleo Press
- Available in: eBook
There’s a legend in the town of Foreston, Washington: that the hollow tree at the old Paine Estate is a fairy warren. And that the magic from the tree keeps the town safe from harm.
Most people in the town don’t really believe the legend, but Laney McCarthy does. The Sight runs in her family—though her sister Taryn’s “vision” is frustratingly better than her own—and Laney herself has a gift that even the most ordinary Forestonians have picked up on. She’s a seamstress, and the word around town is that any article of clothing that finds its way to her tailor shop comes out imbued with good luck. That’s what they say, anyway. Laney knows the truth is a bit more complicated—anything she wills while sewing has a tendency of coming to pass. It’s taught her not to stitch while angry and to keep a guard on her notorious redheaded temper.
But keeping her temper becomes difficult when journalist Paul Nelson comes to town. He says he’s there for a human interest puff-piece, but Laney knows the real story. The truth is that she and Paul were in love five years ago…until he broke her heart.
Laney vows to not let Paul get back under her skin. But when a nearby forest fire threatens the safety of the town—and of the hollow tree—will she be able to put her old feelings aside in order to protect the magic of Foreston? Or will that same magic lead to an unexpected happy ending?