Margred is a selkie.
Able to shift shape and live either as a human or a
seal, Margred is a widow and has gone without the sexual
touch of a mate for many years.
Finally, however, her need for touch and the warmth
of another has driven her to shore and an island called
Carefully hiding her pelt, a selkie’s greatest possession
and treasure, Margred begins her hunt for the perfect man.
She finds him in the form of island Police Chief
Caleb Hunter, a veteran of the Iraqi war and a local
Caleb Hunter is a one-man force.
As far as law enforcement goes, he is it.
Fielding yet another call from an irate islander
complaining of a bonfire on the beach, Caleb is astonished
to see the beautiful dark eyed woman staring at him across
Attraction flares in her eyes and Caleb finds himself
instantly lured to her side where sparks fly.
Margred and Caleb spend hours satisfying each other but as
soon as Caleb’s guard is down, Margred disappears, taking
Caleb’s heart with her.
Unable to forget her, Caleb spends the next few days
searching the beach looking for the sensuous siren that
fills his thoughts and haunts his dreams.
The lovers are reunited once again when Caleb rescues
her after an assault.
Margred states she can’t remember her attacker and
Caleb knows she is withholding information.
He has to earn her trust – he yearns for it.
But, he is ill prepared for her story.
I read Virginia Kantra’s novella, ‘Sea Crossing’ in the
a few short weeks ago and since that time, I have been dying
for the release of
Sea Witch has
combined paranormal elements with legend and lore to equal a
sensuous, sultry, and suspenseful tale.
The epitome of an avenging hero, Caleb’s desire to
protect Margred was noteworthy and I loved watching them
fall in love with each other.
is exactly what I wanted it to be and I have no choice but
to Joyfully Recommend this endearing and provocative novel.