Author: David Neth
It’s better not to know things sometimes…
Suspecting she might be pregnant, Samantha seeks out Vanita, an oracle, to ask whether she and Steven are even ready to have kids. During the reading, Samantha receives a vision of a man bleeding out on the ground. Learning from past mistakes, Samantha recruits Kathy’s help to track him down.
After searching for hours in the frigid winter night, the sisters come up empty. Samantha returns to Vanita for further answers and learns that the man in the vision is none other than Vanita’s brother, Oren. When the sisters enact their plan to save Oren, they discover that Vanita isn’t as innocent as she let on. Right in front of the sisters’ eyes, she stabs her brother and steals her family’s powerful amulet to wreak havoc with it.
The sisters are ready to launch into a search for Vanita, but must tend to Oren’s physical injuries, as well as some of their own intangible ones as Kathy finds Steven in a compromising situation, which erupts in the biggest marital spat he and Samantha have ever had. The sisters must pull together their emotions and trust each other if they’re going to get the amulet back. Otherwise, the world as they know it could be over.
Oracle is the seventh book in the Coven series, which serves as a prequel to the Under the Moon series.
Not everything is as it seems.
A carnival birthday party for a one-year-old turns terrifying when a little girl lets out a scream from within the funhouse. Samantha and Kathy rush in to rescue her, only to find a demented clown hovering over the girl, feasting on her screams. He gets away, leaving the sisters scratching their heads as to who or what it might be.
After asking around, the staff all claim that there are no clowns employed by the carnival, which doesn’t explain what the girls witnessed. To make matters worse, Kathy is pulled away after her friend has a surprising revelation about her boyfriend, Jeremy. That leaves Samantha, whose powers haven’t been working exactly right ever since she became pregnant.
As the sisters struggle to find answers, another kid is found unconscious deep inside the funhouse tent. With hundreds of children arriving at the carnival for fun and games, the clock is ticking for the sisters to find a way to stop what lurks inside. And its only a matter of time before he gets what he’s after.
Trickster is the eighth book in the Coven series, which serves as a prequel to the Under the Moon series.
You never know what will follow you home.
While touring a fixer-upper they’re considering buying, Samantha and Steven both have bad feelings about the house. Samantha, who is seven months pregnant, feels a wave of energy come over her as Steven and the realtor go down to the look at the basement without her. Deciding to pass on the abandoned house, Samantha and Steven later return home without a second thought about the house.
Meanwhile, Kathy has been busy planning Samantha’s baby shower with Steven’s mother. It’s not until Steven points out Samantha’s odd behavior that Kathy begins to notice it too. As the baby shower looms nearer, Kathy is determined to figure out what’s going on with her sister before Samantha is the center of attention in front of everyone.
When Kathy and Steven consult a medium about what might be going on, they learn that Samantha is very likely possessed by a poltergeist. And with her growing baby in her belly, the evil spirit may prove impossible to exorcise.
Poltergeist is the ninth book in the Coven series, which serves as a prequel to the Under the Moon series.