Maisy is what you might call an “old maid.” Orphaned as a teenager, she has lived alone but for her pets in her cottage by the sea all her life. She has friends in the little town of See Breeze but has never had a boy friend; never fallen in love. Well, not with a real person anyway. Real guys are too mundane for her: boring, classless, creepy.
The guy she loves is a fictional sexy warlock character named Ash in her favorite TV show, a modern day spin off from Bewitched. She’s hopelessly fixated on him even knowing he’s out of her reach.Then one summer day, she meets a middle aged witch named Serena at a craft fair. They become friends and Maisy confides her love lorness to Serena, not bothering to explain that Ash is fictional, but merely that he’s out of her reach.
Serena doesn’t think so and instructs Maisy in a spell to summon love which Maisy, even doubtful, nontheless tries by the light of a full moon.At first, it seems that nothing happens and she’s disappointed, but not surprised.
And then suddenly he’s there. He’s real and he’s everything she ever wanted. The only trouble is that he’s really not of this world… but the actor that plays him is and Maisey, unwittingly, is sending ripples through parallel realities that will eventually bounce back on her.
Hrm… I thought I published this blog here a month ago and just today found it in draft status. No wonder no one had anything to say about it. They never saw it. LOL. Still learning my way around here. Any, it’s the synopsis of Dream Lover, a paranormal romance I published back in February of this year under my fiction pen name, Ampbreia weiss. My non-fiction pen name under which I wrote Lost in Foreign Passions, my memoir of life as an Islamic “revert” and a year I spent stuck in Iran, is Debra Kamza. It was my married name at that time in my life.