Lauren Connolly is a Colorado Book Awards Finalist and an author of contemporary and paranormal romance stories. As a librarian, she knows the importance of citing sources, often falling down research rabbit holes when working on her novels. Lauren can never seem to stay in one place for too long, but trust that wherever she’s living there is a dog who thinks he’s a troll, twin cats hiding in the couch, and bookshelves bursting with the diverse stories written by the authors she loves.
As the Winter Solstice approaches, the tension between the two paranormal housemates increases. On the longest night of the year, a vampire and a witch will have to confront a painful past and choose whether to let the magic of Yule forge a lasting connection or part when the sun rises.
Nathan's roommate has made studying in his apartment impossible. Luckily, he found The Spot, an optimal place in the library to get work done without any distraction. Well, other than the cute girl who beats him there half the time. He shouldn't let Hannah's fierce glares throw him off his game, but Nathan finds himself enjoying their daily competition.
A witch discovers she and the man she is falling for are reincarnations of past lovers. Her ability to peer into the past grows strongest on the night of the autumn equinox, and it is then she hopes to discover what happened to the past lovers. Will she discover a happy ending or a misery she is doomed to repeat?