In the magical town of Silver Falls, things are never what they seem.
One Magickal Moment: Cerridwen Obrey is a witch, but that doesn’t mean she knows much about other paranormals. When a chance encounter with a handsome hunk of a werewolf leaves her pregnant, Cerri doesn’t expect to ever see the man again. Kade’s far from ready to be a father, but when a one-night stand turns into a chance at the family he’s never had, he realizes Cerri may be exactly what he needs to make his life complete. But will he be too late?
Love’s Magick Kiss: When Hadley lost her beautiful twin daughters to a drunk driver, she thought her life was over. Though she’s still haunted by their loss, Lucas has always been there for her. When her hunky neighbor finally asks her out, she knows saying yes is the right thing to do. But he’s more than just a big teddy bear. Is it safe to trust her heart to a grizzly?
Publisher's Note: One Magickal Moment and Love's Magick Kiss were previously published individually by Changeling Press.
Praise for Silver Falls (Duet)
"Silver Springs is a wonderful place to live. The inhabitants in the town are all special in their own right and I enjoyed reading the first two glimpses into the warm home. The author writes with a special touch of magic that makes reading the stories all too addictive and leaves the reader wanting more."
-- 4 Cups from Delane, Coffee Time Romance & More
"...I honestly loved this duet. I really want more from Silver Falls. I enjoyed it so much that I purchased it after I received an ARC. Happy Reading!"
-- 5 Stars from excuseu2008, BookBub Review
"Cerri and Kade's tale was an emotional rollercoaster. My chest hurt for Cerri as she tries to stay positive even when things are falling apart. She was so strong. I must admit that her friend, Loki in disguise was more intriguing than Kade and not such a bone head. Lucas doesn't have a squeaky clean past but he is smitten with Hadley. In fact, he has been for a while but now she is finally ready to see him as more than her neighbor. I confess, I enjoyed their story the most. It didn't hurt that Lucas' alter ego is a big grizzly bear. Can't wait to return to Silver Falls soon."
-- 4 Stars from Leslee, BookBub Review
"I loved this duet. I enjoyed reading Cerri/Kade's story and Hadley/Lucas's as well. Both had some action and sweetness and steamy scenes. While they are paranormal stories it isn't super over the top all the books about they are more just a romance book where the people are a bit different so even of paranormal isn't your thing I believe you would find the stories enjoyable."
-- 5 Stars from omgkandykane, BookBub Review
"This is not my normal genres and the only shifter stories I’ve read have been by this author. I loved [the] duet. I did want to punch Kade in the face, but he figures it out before it’s too late. Lucas was wonderful and a really hot teddy bear!"
-- 5 Stars from Melissa Toner, Goodreads Review
"Both stories in this duet are absolutely fantastic. They are equally sweet, seductive, and charming. The only thing I didn’t like is that they ended. I want to know more about the people in Silver Falls. I loved this duet!"
-- 5 Stars from DreaFernandez, BookBub Review
"...both stories are well written. The first one Kade is pushing Cerri way for the majority of the book but once together it sticks ...Lucas liked/loved Hadley from the start! Both awesome books."
-- 5 Stars from lstaffey1, BookBub Review
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Silver Falls (Duet)
Jessica Coulter Smith
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Copyright ©2020 Jessica Coulter Smith
Excerpt from One Magickal Moment
Cerri excused herself after breakfast with a quick “I’ll be right back.” Hurrying down the hall, she pushed her bedroom door shut and pulled out a sweater and jeans. She stripped off her pajama pants and top, tossing them into the hamper in the corner. When she reached for her clothes, she heard a noise and turned quickly, her eyes going wide at the sight of Kade in her bedroom door.
“Sorry, I didn’t realize…”
She noticed his eyes were raking over her, leaving her hot and flustered. She could practically smell his lust, it was so powerful. Turning to hide her naked body, she frowned at him over her shoulder. “You can’t just barge into my bedroom!”
He moved forward, coming to stand behind her, his presence making her shiver in delight. With gentle fingers, he traced the design of her raven tattoo. The feel of his skin against hers made her gasp. Closing her eyes, she moaned.
She wasn’t a virgin, but it had been a long time since she’d been intimate with anyone. A really long time. Not because she hadn’t had offers, but because she was a complete sap when it came to men. They tended to make her an emotional wreck, so she’d avoided the issue by abstaining. She had no idea why she could be a perfectly levelheaded, capable woman one minute, and a sappy, crying mess of one the next. So it seemed men were the issue. She knew she should send him away, but she wanted him… badly. She’d never felt so drawn to anyone before, had never felt such an instant connection.
She turned to face him, feeling a little awkward and shy, yet unable to deny the attraction she felt. What would it hurt to allow him into her bed just this once? And who knew, maybe it would be the first time of many.
His lips descended to hers, claiming her, searing her. She’d never experienced a kiss like this one. His lips stroked hers, and gently parting them, his tongue delved inside. Groaning, she leaned against him, her breasts flattening against his chest, her arms circling his waist. Even with her standing on tiptoe, he had to lean down to reach her. She broke the kiss and stared into his silvery eyes. She was on fire, needing his touch, his kiss. She needed, and wanted, to feel him inside her. Needed him more than she’d ever needed anyone.