The Aislings live deep in the mountains of New Hampshire and have had a lifelong interest and involvement in the magical Arts. They enjoy writing both non-fiction and fiction. Their non-fiction is carefully researched and draws from their lifetime of diverse experience. Their fiction is based on actual myths, legends and magical practices with just a touch of high fantasy and romance.
Prequel to the Demon of Annwn - Set in Salem Village 1692. Allegations of Witchcraft surround the Danann family who have recently immigrated to the New World with an ancient legacy to protect. Conspiracy, murder, romance and magic fill this novel, the prequel to the "Banriona, Queen of the Witches" series.
When an immortal evil is evoked in a small New England town to destroy an ancient bloodline Arianrhod Danann and her lover risk more than their lives as they draw on the secret rites of two legendary cultures, those of the ancient Egyptians and those of the Celtic Druids, to defeat it.
An old Indian legend of shapeshifters haunts a young woman who is following reports of large wolves in the area. Isolated in a cabin deep in the New Hampshire woods, she finds romance with a young Abenaki man with deep green eyes and learns that wolves can also become men.