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Nobody really cares that Sam Cheever is a USA Today and WSJ Bestselling Author. Nobody cares that she's written a whole ton of fun and snappy books. Let's face it, the most interesting thing about Sam is the fact that she's a dogaholic. Yeah, there's no Dogaholic's Anonymous chapter that can help her. Believe me, she's looked. So Sam deals with her problem the best way she knows how. She digs into the mountains of personal experiences (mostly involving dog poo) to write GREAT dog characters.

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Download FOUR CHAPTERS of the soon-to-be-released Croakies & Scream!


Tea & Croakies (Enchanting Inquiries Book 1)Tea & Croakies (Enchanting Inquiries Book 1) $0.99

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This is no boring librarian shushing people from behind a desk. This librarian corrals rogue magic. But more importantly, she has a frog and a cat, and she’s not afraid to use them!

I knew when I woke up with a migraine that things were going to get interesting. As a magical artifact wrangler, it’s not an unusual way to start my day. But I had no idea how bad it was going to get.

Until I found a frog sitting in my teacup.

Even that, I could explain to myself if I had to. After all, I have a creative mind. But when the frog started talking to me, yeah, I was pretty sure I’d taken the wrong kind of pill that morning for my headache.

If only I’d realized then what I know now. The talking frog was just the beginning of my problems. And quite a beginning it was!


Fortune Croakies (Enchanting Inquiries Book 2)Fortune Croakies (Enchanting Inquiries Book 2) $3.99

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She has a frog and a cat, and neither one is what it seems!

Sure, I understand, we all have bills to pay. Personally, I could use a bit of extra cash too. But I’m pretty sure I wouldn’t kill for it. At least…not without dark magic influence. And that’s exactly the problem.
Dark. Magic. Influence.
My first challenge for the day is finding that artifact and putting it under lock and key before it kills anybody else.
My second challenge is figuring out how to deal with a bossy frog and a pushy cat.
Which of the two do you suppose will give me the bigger headache?
Yeah. That’s what I think too. The frog and cat are going to be the death of my sanity.
Maybe I should put them under lock and key too.


Gram Croakies (Enchanting Inquiries Book 3)Gram Croakies (Enchanting Inquiries Book 3)$0.99

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Sticks and stones can break my bones, but wrinkles can actually kill me!

Just when I think I understand life, the Universe flings a magic booger at me.

It just doesn’t pay to think you’ve got a handle on things.

For example, my favorite customer, Mrs. Foxladle, got into a simple disagreement with her book club friends over their obsession with youth and beauty. The next thing you know, they’re all dead.

Did Mrs. Foxladle kill them?

It certainly seems like a possibility. But I’m still holding on to the hope that I’m dealing with a rogue magical artifact in the hands of someone with diabolical intent.

Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to figure out what it is and who’s wielding it with deadly results.

I was counting on Detective Grym, a real rock of a guy, to help me find the culprits. But Grym’s lifespan just turned unpredictable. (You could say things are a bit rocky for him right now.) Which leaves solving the mystery up to me and my friends.

It's just a really good thing I have a cat and a frog and… Yeah, about that… I’m really no closer to figuring out how to use them either.

Holy goblin phlegm!

This magic wrangling stuff is hard!


Croakies & Scream (Enchanting Inquiries Book 4)Croakies & Scream (Enchanting Inquiries Book 4) $2.99

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Okay, I’ll admit it, this is my least favorite time of year. Yeah, I understand the magic of the season…I get that…but most people don’t have jobs that involve wrangling magic. During the last three months of the year magical influences run rampant. And that means a lot more work for me.

And this year is the worst of all.

Why, you ask?

Because I’m not only trying to wrangle the out-of-control magic artifacts flying around all over the place. This year, I also have to try to keep a magical cat and a talking frog out of trouble.

Goddess take the wheel.

Things are about to get really ugly.


Milk & Croakies (Enchanting Inquiries Book 5)Milk & Croakies (Enchanting Inquiries Book 5) $2.99

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Farmer Blue has lost his cows and doesn’t know where to find them. But Farmer blue has found guess who, to wrangle the magic that binds them.

I’m really not much of a country mouse. Up until recently, my idea of the great outdoors has been Enchanted Park in the center of the city. But my job is to wrangle magical artifacts. So, when a local farmer calls to tell me his dairy cows are disappearing and he thinks it’s the work of a rogue artifact…sigh…it appears I’m about to get a crash course in becoming a farm girl.

These cows haven’t just meandered away chewing their cuds. They’ve actually disappeared.

Poof!

As in here one minute, gone the next. Which means it’s up to me to don tall rubber boots and traverse the cow bumps…slog through the cow patties…and reach into the abyss to try to drag them back.

I’m not sure how the frog and the cat are going to help with this one. I really didn’t want to bring them along at all. But you know how insistent they can be…

Wait…where’s the frog? Has anybody seen my cat?

Slimy! Wicked! Where on earth have you gotten off to?

Poof?


Croakies Monster (Enchanting Inquiries Book 6)  $2.99

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Ancient Chinese proverb says, give cat mouse and give frog fly, they'll soothe your monsters so you won't die.

Okay, maybe I just made that up. But I'll try anything at this point.

Something's hiding at Croakies. Something really big. Whatever it is, it’s good at hiding because not even Mr. Wicked and Hobs can find it. I’m pretty sure it’s tied to the ancient Chinese gong I just took into the artifact library. But I have no way to prove it, and I don’t have a clue what the thing is doing. All I know is that, for now at least, it doesn’t seem to want to be found. And that makes me wonder why.

Which doesn’t help with the list of questions keeping me up at night.

Are we in danger?

Why is it here?

Why is there ice all over the floor?

How did all that long, silver hair get into my shower drain?

Gulp…

The frog and the cat? Yeah, they’re really pretty useless on this one. But at least they’re living the good life thanks to my tireless efforts to feed, house and clean up after them and their naughty friend Hobs.

Yay me.

This magic wrangling gig is for the birds. And the frogs. And the cats. And the hobgoblins. And, apparently, for the Monster hiding at Croakies.