Tuesday, October 8, 2013



Cindy Keen Reynders is a personal friend of mine, and I must be her biggest fan. How big? I went to her when Quinn Cullen and I first started up Angelic Knight Press and asked her if she had anything she wanted to publish. I had read the first two books in her Saucy Lucy series and loved them both. She was publishing the third herself, but she told me she had a Witch novel she had been shopping around. I told her I wanted it. She was surprised since I hadn't laid eyes on it yet, but I told her I loved everything she wrote. That began Cindy's stay with Angelic Knight Press, and with Stacey Turner at the helm now, Angelic Knight Press will be publishing her third Witch book soon. Halloween is the time for witches and you won't find any better tales anywhere.

For some super reading this Halloween season, check out Cindy keen Reynders, a great author and a wonderful friend.

Blaze McRob

Cindy was born in Portland, Oregon and has lived all over the United States and also in Japan. She has visited Canada, the Philippines, the Caribbean, Samoa and New Zealand. Her Saucy Lucy series books are The Saucy Lucy Murders, Paws-itively Guilty and A Killer Slice. She also writes an urban fantasy line for Angelic Knight Press, and the first book is titled, The Seven-Year Witch.
Visit her website at www.cindykeenreynders.com where you can contact her via e-mail. From her website, you can also link to her blog or visit her on Facebook.
Over the years, Cindy has won or placed in different writing contests. She has also written for and edited many newsletters. Additionally, she has sold several non-fiction magazine articles to "True West" and "Wild West."
Cindy currently lives in Cheyenne, Wyoming with her husband Rich. She works as Laramie County School District 1's marketing specialist and writes feature articles for the Public Schools Chronicle.

Book Description

January 24, 2013
Spirited away by a demon on the eve of her wedding, Cassie Rose, high witch of the Wysteria Hedge Haven Clan, finds herself trapped in the dark Underworld realm of Hades. Determined to return to Wysteria and her husband-to-be, the powerful warlock Viceroy of Oregon, she manages to escape.

While running for her life, she encounters Nik Zaros, a man so handsome she swears he would put a Greek statue to shame. Strapped to a plow being pulled by the mighty Marathonian Bull, Nik has been tortured and is near death. Cassie’s heart goes out to him, and she feels compelled to take him along with her.

Upon recovering, Nik is immediately attracted to the charming sorceress. Though she stirs his blood, he can’t help but suspect her of being in league with the demon, Prince Drakon. He soon discovers Cassie wishes to be free from the demon's control, just as he does, and only love's magic can save them.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Pure Magic! February 11, 2013
Format:Kindle Edition
Ever innovative, Cindy Keen Reynders gives readers a delightful story of love, adventure, magic and mayhem in her latest entry in the Wisteria Hedge Haven Clan series. The author set a high bar for herself with Seven Year Witch but has surpassed it with this fast-paced story of a white witch in danger of losing her powers, a handsome hunk with a mysterious past, and a baby broom. (Yes, witches' brooms start off as babies and have to learn to how to fly and, more importantly, how to behave.) Filled with vivid descriptions of a world I hope I never encounter, this is an unforgettable story of indomitable characters finding their happily-ever-after despite seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Don't miss it. And, if you haven't read Seven Year Witch, treat yourself to a double helping of Ms. Reynders' magical stories. 

Book Description

April 9, 2012
Novice witch Miranda Rose’s seventh and final task for the Supreme Witch’s Council, is to find the legendary Philosopher’s Stone. Once completed, she’ll reach her lifelong dream - High Witch of Wysteria Hedge Haven. In a last ditch effort to locate the precious gem; she travels through time to 1877. In a dilapidated castle tower a powerful wizard refuses to relinquish the stone. In a fit of pique, the wizard, Balthazar, zaps her in a field just outside of Merry Olde London.
Sir Maxwell Chadwick is the sole witness to a fiery ball of light streaking across the midnight sky. Curious, he investigates. Surprised to find a beautiful young woman among the smoldering ashes, he cannot deny his instant attraction to the alluring stranger. While Miranda appreciates the handsome duke’s assistance, she finds him annoying as his well-intentioned interference delays her mission.
It doesn’t take Miranda long to realize the handsome duke holds the key to her heart, as well as her future. Fate, magic and the Seven-Year Witch disease takes the lovers on a rollicking, star-crossed adventure!

4.0 out of 5 stars Enchantingly Sweet!! June 13, 2012
Ok, this book was amazingly cute!! Miranda was the seventh daughter in a family filled with over-achievers. She usually ended up feeling like the odd witch out. It has taken her an exceedingly long time just to achieve the title of high witch, let alone any other titles. It seems she has trouble reading spells, which ends up making her magic unpredictable and her escapades delightful! The last task that as been put to her is finding a stone. After she finds the location of the wizard who has it, she jumps time in order to hopefully talk him out of it. She is shocked at what she finds and even more so when she is zapped out of the castle and into the path of one very HOT Duke!! And just as luck would have it, the first guy Miranda is attracted to in years also makes her sick!

Sir Maxwell Chadwick was just coming back from having a few drinks with some friends when he stumbles upon a very unlikely package! The recently made Duke has had little time for socializing and was rarely among his friends. His new responsibilities have made it impossible to have a life. He witnesses from his carriage window a ball of light streaking across the sky to land not to far from him. He discovers among the smoldering ashes a very beautiful girl who he is immediately attracted to. She has a strange way of speaking and her clothing (or lack of it) is tattered and covered with ash. Amazed at the unexpected response of his body, he begins to question the reality of the situation when she produces a broom and proceeds to fly away. He begins to doubt what really happened until he awakes and finds her in his bed!!

Upon leaving Max, Miranda immediately begins to fall ill. She arrives at her Aunts house and asks for her assistance on what she needs to do to cure herself. The answer comes from a surprising source as more characters are added to this delightful tale. But the cure for this ailment afflicting Miranda includes taking time off from her search for the stone in order to pursue it. In the process of curing herself, Miranda stands the chance of losing her heart. Can a Duke with a painful past create a lasting relationship with a 700 year old witch? This story was completely entertaining, with large bits of humor sprinkled in . I really enjoyed the story and can;'t wait until the next installment. Hats off to Cindy for creating a lovely world of witches!!


  1. Thanks to Angelic Knight Press, an awesome publisher!

    1. I'm so glad you're a part of our family, Cindy!



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