Purls and Potions
Vampire Knitting Club Book 5
by Nancy Warren
January 31, 2019
Available in: e-Book, Trade Size
Lucy’s first love potion goes horribly wrong.
Romances get tangled.
But worse, someone dies!
Romance is in the air on Harrington Street, Oxford. Detective Inspector Ian Chisholm is finally showing interest in Lucy, though the members of the vampire knitting club aren’t too thrilled to have the police hanging around so close to Cardinal Woolsey’s yarn shop. Up the street at Frogg Books, shop assistant Alice is in love with her bookish boss, Charlie, who doesn’t seem to notice.
Lucy’s trying to become more proficient as a witch and when her cousin Violet talks her into brewing up a love potion to bring Alice and Charlie together, it seems like a harmless way to improve her craft.
Until someone dies. Is Lucy’s love potion more deadly than cupid’s arrow? Or is there a killer on the loose?
Purls and Potions is Book 5 in the best-selling Vampire Knitting Club series. There’s no sex, gore or cliff-hanger endings, just lots of humor and quirky characters—including Nyx, Lucy’s black cat and familiar. Each book can be enjoyed on its own.
Start reading your copy, today.
Nancy Warren got her big break when she won Harlequin's Blaze contest (unpublished category) as part of an author search for the new, hot Blaze line. When Nancy 'got the call' it wasn't for just one book, but three books in three different lines: Temptation, Duets and Blaze. She went on to sell a total of seven books to Harlequin within a year.
Her first novel Flashback was a July 2001 Temptation.
Nancy has an honors degree in English literature and has had previous careers in Journalism and Public Relations.
She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, two children and an ever expanding assortment of pets.
Nancy's great loves, apart from her family, are Jane Austen novels, old movies, Swiss chocolate, and men who believe in feminism, but still hold doors open for women.
You can reach Nancy at www.nancywarren.net
2004 RITA for Best Traditional
2004 RITA for Best Short Contemporary Romance Finalist