Small Town Charms 3: Snowbound

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When the small mountain town of Big Bear is cut off from the world below by a freak blizzard, a brutal killer emerges, leaving a trail of angels in the snow. Beautiful brunette women are being hunted in the snowbound town after night falls, and everyone in town is a suspect. It will take all Dark Witch Mandy's magic to unmask the killer...and to fight back when she becomes his prey. More

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About Cora Cuba

Cora Cuba spent an unforgettable winter living and working up on Big Bear Mountain. Inspired by the natural beauty and close community she found there, she put her professional background in writing and personal interest in witchcraft together to create Small Town Charms, a paranormal romance and mystery series set against the backdrop of one of the most unique places in the USA.

About the Series: Small Town Charms
Small Town Charms follows young Mandy Flores as she discovers the cozy mountain town of Big Bear, California...and the magical powers that have always been inside her.

Below the surface of the idyllic Big Bear is a world of warring witches, of White and Dark magic. When Mandy obliviously tips the balance of power between the two, she sets off a dramatic chain of events that culminate in a horrifying murder, one that binds her eternally to the town she barely knows.

Small Town Charms follows Mandy's growth from novice to Sorceress, from booty-calling single to blushing bride, from unsure young girl to a proud business owner and ass-kicking defender of her mountain.

Each book centers on its own mystery, and each is also a link in the story of how Mandy defies death, befriends a clique of colorful local women who will have her back no matter what, and finds her one true love.

Small Town Charms: discover the sexy secrets that lie just below the surface of this everyday world.

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