Sometimes wishes aren’t enough...
Marten doesn't believe in the power of wishes. None of his have ever come true. His parents ignore him, his little brother is a pain and his family is talking about moving to Texas. Not cool. So when he makes an impulsive wish during a meteor shower, he doesn't expect it to make any difference.
Until his annoying brother disappears.
I'm wishing you weren't here...
Marten needs to undo his wish. Fast. Before his parents find out what has happened.But with the present uncertain and his brother’s future in limbo, Marten finds himself stuck in his past. And if he runs out of time, even wishes might not be enough to save the ones he loves.
Continuing the tale begun in the bitti chai, of ghosts, jealousy, prejudice and passion, set in the wilds of dartmoor
Newly married, Johnny and Reigneth begin their life together, but as the ancient prophecy comes to fruition, unforeseen changes are wrought in their powers and psyche and those of their two closest friends. The effects are devastating, plunging the four young adults deeper and deeper into a supernatural world and leading them into mortal danger as they struggle against the corrupt forces of evil. More than ever before it becomes evident to Reigneth’s Romany family that her secret must be guarded. Together with James and Aaron, Johnny endeavours to protect the young woman he loves, increasingly reluctant to let her have anything to do with the outside world, but when a heartbroken gauja woman pleads for her help and the ghosts of murdered children reach out to her, Reigneth’s secret becomes threatened, with potentially shattering consequences.
Esme Quentin’s arrival in North Devon is marred by the gruesome discovery of a fatally injured woman at the foot of Warren Cliff. Esme is troubled by the woman’s dying words and curious about the old photograph clutched in her hand. The police, however, dismiss Bella Shaw’s death as accidental.
But Bella’s daughter, Neave, has her own questions and approaches Esme for help. The subsequent trail leads Esme back to the brutal penal history of nineteenth-century England and the mystery of a Devon convict girl transported to Australia for her crime.
As evidence of betrayal and duplicity are revealed, Esme discovers Bella’s link to events in the past – a link which now endangers Neave and, by association, Esme.
A legacy of hatred which has festered for generations in the “land beyond the seas” now threatens to spill over on to Devon soil with devastating consequences.
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