Daisy Hammel-Kavanaugh lives a perfectly average life in the Arizona desert, except for one thing. She's a witch. Her relatives and ancestors consist of various, and sometimes colorful, paranormals. When Daisy is attacked by a mystical, ghost-like figure, she must enlist the aid of those she trusts in her quest to find and eliminate this enemy before he destroys her.
There's another problem. To ensure her success, she must somehow get her hands on a treasured and protected Native American artifact, without pissing off the entire Indian community. Desert creatures, ancient myths, sex and magick abound in Daisy's world but can she trust herself to know what is real and what isn't?
"The [Desert Magick Superstitions] characters are engaging, the writing proficient and breezy...You'll love it." --Jacqueline Lichtenberg simegen.com/jl/and The Monthly Aspectarian
"Ms. Davis has crafted an intriguing world for her Desert Magick series...I was enchanted by this melding of contemporary Arizona with myths and legends from a variety of cultures. I loved the interaction between these characters...I'm impatient to read the next book..." ~ P.G. Forte, author