Rainy Days



This trilogy includes book one, book two, and book three of Rainy Days.

Book one: Rain waited a decade to reach the age where her family would let her live on her own. With today being her birthday and having reached twenty years old, the water witch arrived in Rochester. It was the first time she was on her own in the city, and she was looking for a house she could make into a home for herself, and for anyone else who might live with her.

Like her cousin Felia, the water witch knew she was different compared to the rest of the witches, dryads, shapeshifters, and others who were members of their family. Ever since she was eight years old, she knew how she didn’t fit in with the rest of her family. Living in Rochester, she hoped she could find like-minded friends and a mate.

Yuki has been living in Rochester for a while, but the fire magi who can also shape shift into a fox doesn’t remember how or why she came to the city. Living in the house she found when she sought a place to live, she’s been happy with being able to live alone. Also, she enjoyed the time she spent with her friend who lived in the park close to the house and near the shore of Lake Ontario.

All this changed the day when she realized she was forced to live with the water witch and how Rain wanted to repair the house once the water witch moved in.

To add to the problems of learning to live with one another, Izzy becomes involved in the lives of the water witch and fire magi when she arrives in Rochester to follow through on the being hired to capture or kill Yuki.

Book two: Do you ever expect to fall in love?

After Rain moved into Seahaven, the Victorian house she found empty when she moved to Rochester, she met Yuki, and the two saved one another from the bounty hunter and elven woman who tried to capture or kill Yuki. After helping one another to survive, Rain and Yuki grew closer to one another.

Although the two living in Seahaven grew closer to one another, events would lead them to separate for a while.

Having been summoned to the shore of Lake Ontario by Lady Tethys, the Greek goddess Rain worshiped her whole life, the water witch learned about the task she had to fulfill. Her goddess wanted Rain to help return Atlantis to the world the city disappeared from centuries ago.

While Rain took care of her task, Yuki was pulled into one of her own. The fire magi set out to find any way to recall the missing memories she’s lost from the moment the energy of The Event spread worldwide. Yuki also had to keep an eye out for Izzy the bounty hunter and Magpie the elven warrior who tried to capture her when the two broke into Seahaven.

Book three: What would you do for the person you loved?

Once she returned to Rochester after her adventure in Atlantis, Rain knew it was time to help Yuki remove the threat of the bounty hunter which plagued the fire magi. Before the two worked together to remove this problem, Lady Tethys summoned Rain to the shore of Lake Ontario to instruct her worshiper how the Greek goddess wanted Rain to seek an air elementalist and convince her to live with the three others at Seahaven.

Having the four elementalists living in the same house meant they could cast stronger spells by combining their elements together.

Although Yuki was eager to find her missing memories, the fire magi understood she needed to journey with Rain to help them find an air elementalist. Finding her missing memories would wait until they completed their task.

Izzy and Magpie worked together to free the bounty hunter from the contract to capture or kill Yuki. While they followed the steps of their plan, the two continued to meet the women living in Seahaven, which led to a conflict between the two groups.

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