“Filling her latest with a large cast of characters— from the society elite to the magical world’s dark underbelly—Harvey (Haunting Violet, 2011) keeps up the action and clever dialogue as the protagonist, Emma, deals with high-class mean girls, familial secrets, and a confusing crush. A smashing blend of adventure, fantasy, humor, romance, and historical fiction.— Booklist
“A successful blend of Regency and paranormal romance.” Kirkus Reviews
“Harvey (Haunting Violet) develops an elaborate fantasy world filled with whimsy, magic, and love …. Spell casting and paranormal creatures enliven this Regency fiction, which offers a cast of strong, witty women fighting for a higher good, all while finding romance, dressing up prettily, and going to lots of parties.” Publishers Weekly
“History, romance, and witchcraft make for a combination that is sure to lure readers into the story, the first in a new series about witches in nineteenth-century London. The book will appeal to those who were fans of Libba Bray’s Gemma Doyle series and the Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer.” -VOYA
The Secret Witch (formerly A Breath of Frost):
In 1814, three cousins with an unknown family lineage of witchery awake to their magical powers.
Beyond the manicured gardens and ballrooms of Regency London, Gretchen, Emma and Penelope must navigate the new world now open to them; a world run by the Covenant and the Order of the Iron Nail; a world of gargoyles, animal familiars, and goblin markets .
And unbeknownst to them, the three cousins have broken a powerful spell, opening the gates to the Underworld. Now the dead walk the streets of London. Ghouls and hellhounds, and most fearsome of all: the spirits of dark witches known as the Greymalkin Sisters who are killing young witches for their powers.
And Emma keeps finding the bodies.
The keepers of the Order suspect Emma, sending her to the Rowanstone Academy for Young Ladies to gain control of her magical powers… and to keep an eye on her.
Because somehow, she is connected to the murders…and she might be next
The Whisper Witch (formerly Whisper the Dead): Gretchen is struggling with her newfound gift as a Whisperer; the constant buzzing in her ears from detecting spells is more frustrating than fun, especially when she is spending time with one of the Order of Iron Nail’s Keepers, the icy but strikingly handsome Tobias Lawless. But while Gretchen tries to hide the truth and resolve her feelings for him, London fades from beautiful and bustling to deathly silent …Something evil is once again menacing Mayfair, and Gretchen and her cousins must use their powers to prevent a horrible sacrifice.
The Bone Witch (formerly In A House of Bones and Teeth)Novella Conclusion.