Five Fact Thursday - The Conjure Supper #halloween #spooky #romance
My latest story - The Conjure Supper - is out just in time for Halloween so here are five facts about my new release from Evernight Publishing
1 Twelve years ago, three teenage cousins held an old ritual known as a conjure supper, a way to get a glimpse of the man they would one day marry. The custom was handed down in their family through stories.
2 At the supper, Annie Hatfield’s man is a dark and gorgeous man who doesn’t speak or touch her but leaves her with the message that he would return in the future. From that day forward, she has erotic dreams about him.
3 Now, at the age of 28, Annie makes a trip to shoot wedding photograph and finds the man she once dreamed about, the one she conjured up years earlier, waiting for her.
4 She learns he’s not spirit or demon or ghost but a man – one she’s known in a past life as well as the man she’ll have in her future.
5 Donal O’Shea is a dark, handsome, sexy Irishman and soon after they meet, he makes her erotic dreams reality.
A dozen years ago, three teenage cousins held a conjure supper on Halloween to summon the men they would someday marry. The supper didn’t quite go as planned and the results were not what they expected. Although they seldom spoke about it again, Annie Hatfield, now a professional photographer, is haunted by the supper. The man who joined her at the table haunts her in sexy dreams. When he shows up in the flesh, she’s not sure if he’s man or ghost or demon. Will falling in love be dangerous or delightful ... and can it last?
About Lee Ann Sontheimer Murphy
Lee Ann Sontheimer Murphy is a writer and author making her home in Southwest Missouri. A native of St. Joseph, MO, Lee Ann writes about love and life lessons in fiction with a heart. The settings of her stories range from the Ozarks to West Virginia, from New York City to Los Angeles, from the past to the present.
She is the former editor, reporter and photographer for both The Neosho Daily News and The Aurora Advertiser.
She is the author of more than two dozen full length novels and novellas, she is also the author of numerous short stories, essays, poems and more.
She is a widow with three grown children. When she's not writing, she's reading or watching movies or sitting on the porch.
She makes her home in the far southwestern corner of Missouri, just a little east of Oklahoma and a bit north of Arkansas. She has two grown daughters and a son as well as spoiled but adorable Jack Russell terrier. She also has a cat, hand and bottle raised from a kitten and a Siamese who she feeds daily. She also has two grand-dogs, Rufus and Buck.