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Table of Contents

Copyright

Suggested Reading Order

What people are saying

Chapter 1

Chapter 2

Chapter 3

Chapter 4

Chapter 5

Chapter 6

Chapter 7

Chapter 8

Chapter 9

Chapter 10

Chapter 11

Chapter 12

Chapter 13

Chapter 14

Chapter 15

Chapter 16

Chapter 17

Chapter 18

Chapter 19

Chapter 20

Chapter 21

Chapter 22

Chapter 23

Chapter 24

Chapter 25

Epilogue

Acknowledgements

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Tiddly
Jinx

Easy Bake Coven Series

Book Four

Copyright © 2014 by Leaping Lizards LLC

Editing by Sylvia Spratt

Cover design by Once Upon A Time Covers

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This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, brands, media, and incidents are either the product of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously. The author acknowledges the trademarked status and trademark owners of various products referenced in this work of fiction, which have been used without permission. The publication/use of these trademarks is not authorized, associated with, or sponsored by the trademark owners.

Secrets (The Guardian Trilogy)

Choices (The Guardian Trilogy)

Consequences (The Guardian Trilogy)

Easy Bake Coven (Easy Bake Coven series)

Be Light (The Guardian Trilogy)

Hungry, Hungry Hoodoo (Easy Bake Coven series)

Pickup Styx (Easy Bake Coven series)

Ember (The Jinn Trilogy)

Tiddly Jinx (Easy Bake Coven series)

Inferno (The Jinn Trilogy)

Vestige (The Jinn Trilogy)

And two other books:

Sweet Little Lies (Femi short story)

Good Tidings (Baker Christmas short story in the Christmas Yet to Come Anthology)

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“THE BOOK IS LIGHT HEARTED and will make you smile both from the witty way she writes as well as the wonderful picture she paints.”

“THIS IS A WONDERFUL, fast paced book about a young girl and her girlfriends. I found myself laughing out loud a few times. The male character in the book sounds like a keeper, hope i see a lot of him in the next book.”

“THIS WAS THE FIRST Liz Schulte's book that I've read, and I've got to tell you it is amazing. The plot is extremely well thought-out. There are plenty of twists and turns leaving the reader glued to their e-reader. The characters are complex, especially Selene, and funny too. Ms. Schulte even includes cameo appearances of Olivia Martin and Holden from the Guardian Trilogy, and Femi from "Sweet Little Lies". Without a doubt this is one of the most exciting series I've read. Selene has issues, but she doesn't spent half of the book whining about them, nor does she find an easy fix to all of her problems.”

“IT'S BEEN A LONG time since I read a book I couldn't put down. This book was one of them. Except, I wasn't reading to get to the end and see how it all finished, I was reading to be absorbed into the world Liz Schulte created. I thought I would always be stuck reading books that I predicted endings of halfway through. This book kept me guessing right up until the end, and caused me to even audibly gasp out loud when a part was revealed.”

“I LAUGHED AND CRIED”

“I READ A LOT, so I don't really like to pay for books (free ones on amazon are fine by me) but after getting the first book for free I bought the rest immediately and devoured them like a giant piece of chocolate cake! This series is the first books I have ever paid for and I wish I could spend more money on them to get more books! Love love love this series and the writing style! More!!!”

I RUBBED MY PALM against my forehead, not caring if I was causing wrinkles.

“An entire crypt, a necromancer, and the bloody Pole of Charon cannot just vanish,” Cheney had said to Sebastian and Sy when they had arrived at the castle the next morning to report they couldn’t find anything: no leads, no clues, no hope.

The day before had been a hell of a day. I died, traveled through purgatory to find the Pole of Charon, and then came back from the dead. Cheney, well, he had dealt with some seriously overdue family issues. We’d spent most of the night talking, filling each other in on what happened. Secrets between us had to stop, but for that to happen, we both had to make an effort. One crisis after another got us to this point and I wasn’t waiting for another one to make changes in my life; no matter how bad the situation seemed, it could always be made worse and more hurtful by not being honest. Just thinking about all the drama that could have been avoided had I not felt the need to handle everything on my own was staggering—and frankly, somewhat embarrassing. I’d even told him about kissing Corbin and the bond, which wasn’t exactly a fun conversation.

A vampire was bonded to me—whatever that meant. Neither Cheney nor I had any dealings with vampires before I embraced my human half. There was only one way to get answers and that was to talk to Corbin, but whether or not those answers were ones I could trust was a different story. Sure, he helped me make it through purgatory, but not without incident. For as much as I learned about him, he was still a mystery to me. He helped me because he had his own motive for going to purgatory, and his plans changed only because of the bond—but where did that leave us, or what he expected from me?

“What do you think, Selene?” Sebastian asked, pulling me back to the present.

I blinked a few times, then looked at him. “About what?” I asked, yawning.

“What we’ve been talking about. The crypt, Frost, the end of the world as we know it…any of that ringing a bell?” he replied, his tone sharper than normal and his eyebrows pulled together.

“You know, the little things,” my cousin Sy said, an amused glint in his silver eyes.

I knew him well enough to still see the worry underneath. We were all worried. We seemed to have an “out of the frying pan and into the fire” situation before us—yet another crisis. I had to bring back the Pole of Charon, which had a largely unknown amount of power and the terrifying ability to tear the veils between worlds, from purgatory or lose my life and my soul to a seriously creepy hoodoo priestess, so I did it. However, bringing the Pole to the Abyss threatened life as we knew it—something I wished I had known yesterday. The moment I touched the Pole in the underworld it healed all of my wounds and the sheer force of its power coursed through my veins. It was incredible. If I possessed it with my current magical abilities, armies would fall at my feet, governments would crumble around me, and the Abyss would be mine to cherish or crush at will. One thing was clear, nobody here needed or could be trusted with that kind of power. In retrospect, I probably should have just let her kill me.

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