To Yaga Or Not To Yaga
Available Only At Amazon US
Written for the Magic & Mayhem Kindle World by Robyn Peterman
To Baba Yaga or not to Baba Yaga? That was the big question.
Too bad no one knew the answer. Carol and Hildy were being tested, but evidently so was she. She was still the Jezibaba, yet all she could do was watch and worry while two people she deeply cared about went to meet their fate. What if that fate meant fighting demons? What would happen to all of them if the Chosen Ones failed? Morgana was threatening to make her immortal. That was definitely not a good sign.
As if the whole Baba Yaga thing wasn’t trouble enough, she kept tripping over a wicked fairy Morgana made her set free. The situation set her instincts singing, but she had no one to talk to about it. She and Damien were still together—sort of—but the emotional distance between them had worsened over the years.
There was no time to learn meditation, but she still had to somehow find a place of calm. Until she officially retired the Jezibaba position, she couldn’t take on any additional challenges. Her current chaos was enough to send any stressed witch on a no holds barred zapping spree.
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Who is Robyn Peterman? So glad you want to know!
Robyn is a fantastically funny author, and I’m not saying that just because she’s my critique partner. Your laughter and multiple trips to the bathroom when you read her books will prove me right. What I can tell you is that Robyn’s Kindle World is populated with many wonderful authors and joining her stories really is both magic and mayhem at once. I ended up writing the backstory for her legendary witch overseer, the horribly dressed yet awesome, Baba Yaga. My tale is meant to illuminate Carol’s journey into the role. However, what I had not counted on when I agreed to write not one–but three–books for her series was the incredible amount of fun I would have writing these stories. This fun included getting to finally, finally, finally write a dragon. Thank you Robyn for making one more of my dreams come true. LOL. To see all the published books in Robyn’s Magic & Mayhem Series, visit her series page at Amazon.