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About Willow Hadley
Willow Hadley is a self-published author who primarily writes sugary sweet reverse harem romance. She lives on the coast of North Carolina with her husband, their dog, ferret, and two cats. She started writing in early 2018, and decided to pursue publishing in 2020. She loves character driven stories and fluffy books that give you a warm, fuzzy feeling. She’s also obsessed with Disney movies, and her favorite candy is licorice.
Luna Witch is her seventh published book.
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Isla learns that lesson all too well when she agrees to go to a party with her half-demon best friend, Alistair, to help him make his vampire ex-boyfriend jealous. Their plan backfires when Alistair’s ex turns out to be more psycho than Isla realized, and she finds herself being kidnapped and sold on the supernatural black market.
While Isla’s only human, she’s spent her life surrounded by supernatural creatures. Her situation is precarious, but she’s pretty sure she knows what to expect. At least, until her buyer ends up transporting her to a completely different realm called Briya where nobody speaks her language. Isla is gifted to the four Guardians of Briya—Reule, Audun, Maalik, and Caelan.
With the dreaded Beast’s Moon looming right around the corner, the Guardians are expected to choose a mate. They’re furious with their king for his scheming, and they’re determined to help Isla find her way back home to Alistair. But the timing of Isla’s arrival complicates everything, and they find themselves drawn to her no matter how hard they try to fight their instincts.
Alistair never meant for anything bad to happen to Isla. He's spent his entire life wishing he could be more like her and hating the demon side of his heritage. Since realizing his immortality has settled, he's been scrambling to find a solution. He can't bear the thought of living a day without Isla by his side, let alone eternity. When his plans to make Isla immortal are thwarted, Alistair's only hope to rescue his best friend lies with his newly discovered fated mates—Lord Rian of the Unseelie Court and the eccentric and ancient witch Matthieu.
Meanwhile, Isla is doing her best to adjust to her new life in Briya. She's settling into a routine with her four new mates, learning the language, making new friends, and trying desperately not to fall apart whenever she thinks about how she ended up here. While the language barrier is beyond frustrating, it's easy to fall in love with Maalik, Caelan, Audun, and Reule.
The four Guardians have made it clear they'll go to any lengths to reunite Isla with her best friend. When they learn that Alistair is a demon, and that Isla might very well have two other supernatural mates searching for her as well, they're torn. They don't want to lose the best thing that's ever happened to them, but they want to do right by Isla—even if that means betraying their king and coming to terms with the fact that they've spent most of their lives acting like the monsters people always feared them to be.
But while her relationship with Theo, Hollis, and Cas is solid, Cricket may not be ready to deal with everything else going on around her. She’s struggling to accept her place as alpha alongside Theo in their growing pack, her relationships with her parents and aunt are rocky at best, and high school drama seems to be never-ending.
The guys are dealing with their own problems too, and they’re struggling to handle things while supporting Cricket. Theo’s family still doesn’t believe he makes a good alpha, and he’s desperate to prove himself. Hollis has always been the glue that holds his pack together, but he’s beginning to feel insecure in his place. And then there’s Cas—after the drama-filled weekend that nearly resulted in him losing Cricket, he’s terrified he’ll never be able to truly make it up to her.
Cricket is certain everything will work out…eventually. She just needs to stay strong for her mates, her pack, and her inner circle.
And now, her birthday is finally here. The day she’ll reach the full potential of her magical power as a witch, and the day she’ll finally see a mate mark on her wrist that proves she belongs with Theo, Hollis, and Cas. Everything should be perfect.
Things don’t go quite as planned, however. Everyone seems to have been keeping secrets, one of her relationships is crumbling, and Cricket learns even more about herself than she bargained for.
Cricket needs her guys by her side to support her. Whether they’re soulmates or not, Theo, Hollis, and Cas are her best friends first. At least, she hopes they are.
As her eighteenth birthday looms closer and closer, her magic and abilities grow stronger than she ever imagined they could. Theo, Hollis, and Cas do their best to help and support her, but tensions are high between the long-time friends. Between miscommunication, keeping secrets, and the tentative hope that one—or all—of them might end up being Cricket’s mate after her birthday, they can barely keep control of themselves.
However, a witch’s intuition is her greatest power. When Cricket learns to trust herself and her magic, she realizes things might not have to be so complicated.
She never expected to fall in love with them either.
With school starting, Charlotte worries that everything is about to change for her all over again. The guys have their own lives and extracurricular activities outside of the bubble they’ve created during their summer break. She’s not sure how she’s going to fit in with them once they fall into their usual routines.
When the guys start flirting with her relentlessly, Charlotte becomes the victim of several rumors started by her classmates. But Charlotte won’t let anything ruin her friendships with her kindred spirits.
And maybe, just maybe, some of her new friends will help her realize that it’s okay to love more than one person.
A year later, Charlotte’s being released from juvie for the second time. Instead of an awful group home, her social worker brings a welcome surprise: Charlotte’s long-forgotten uncle, Arthur, who is all too eager to help her after everything she's been through. When Charlotte learns that Arthur has a step-son her age, she’s even more apprehensive. How could he not resent having a stranger thrust into his home and family?
To her surprise and relief, Sebastian is kind and friendly. He and his four best friends—Grayson, Remy, Liam, and Elliot—make Charlotte feel welcome. They never make Charlotte feel badly about her past or her anxiety. They make her feel seen. As she gets to know the boys, she realizes they each have their own issues and demons they’re fighting, and she forms a unique bond with their group.
It doesn’t help that they’re ridiculously attractive. How could Charlotte not fall in love with all five of them?
Cricket Kendall's birthday is a little more than a month away. She's just moved to Emery Ridge, Colorado for her senior year of high school in the hopes her eccentric aunt Aurora might help her learn all she needs to know about becoming a full-fledged witch. Just a few days after moving to her new town, Aurora introduces Cricket to a young werewolf from the local pack.
Theo Ashbrooke is funny, charming, and super-freaking-hot. Cricket and Theo connect right away, and it doesn't take long before they're spending almost all of their time together.
The only problem is, Theo has two equally hot best friends: Hollis Wakefield and Cas Seymour.