“Kuna excels with this modern-day fantasy of witchcraft, murder, and love. With a budding romance, the mysterious feline Endora, and a serial killer intent on capturing Mick’s attention, this is sure to be one hell of a book tour.” —Romantic Times Magazine
“Kitchen Witch” Cassandra Hathorne doesn’t know what she’s getting herself into. To escape her mother’s relentless matchmaking, Cassie jumps at the opportunity to go on a book tour headlined by blockbuster horror novelist M. S. Kazimer. Even though Mick’s not one of her own kind, sparks fly between them.
But Mick has a secret more disturbing than Cassie’s own secret of being a real witch. A serial killer, one who’s been copycatting the murders in M. S. Kazimer’s books, is now stalking the tour. And Cassie must choose between keeping Mick’s love and protecting them all with her practical magic.
Praise for Some Practical Magic
Fans of “Bewitched” will love the trip down memory lane with Kuna’s witty modern day make-over of the classic TV sitcom, with a great mystery thrown in. Independent Cassie is a far stretch from housewife Samantha and snippets of the television cast are created into shiny new characters by the author’s crisp, easy style. After finishing Some Practical Magic, I wished I had a ‘familiar’ as saucy as Endora!
What do you get when you combine Bewitched with Stephen King? Or Bell, Book & Candle with James Patterson? You get Laurie Kuna’s wonderful book, SOME PRACTICAL MAGIC. This tale of love between a real live witch and a horror writer skillfully blends romance, humor, witchcraft and suspense. In addition to a likable heroine and a hunky hero, Ms Kuna creates truly exceptional secondary characters. I hope she’s busy writing Endora’s (the heroine’s feline familiar) story.