Argh Author: Deb Blake’s Wickedly Wonderful

Our own Deb Blake has a reissue out now.

Known as the wicked witch of Russian fairy tales, Baba Yaga is not one woman, but rather a title carried by a chosen few. They keep the balance of nature and guard the borders of our world, but don’t make the mistake of crossing one of them…

Though she looks like a typical California surfer girl, Beka Yancy is in fact a powerful yet inexperienced witch who’s struggling with her duties as a Baba Yaga. Luckily she has her faithful dragon-turned-dog for moral support, especially when faced with her biggest job yet…

A mysterious toxin is driving the Selkie and Mer from their homes deep in the trenches of Monterey Bay. To investigate, Beka buys her way onto the boat of Marcus Dermott, a battle-scarred former U.S. Marine, and his ailing fisherman father.

While diving for clues, Beka drives Marcus crazy with her flaky New Age ideas and dazzling blue eyes. She thinks he’s rigid and cranky (and way too attractive). Meanwhile, a charming Selkie prince has plans that include Beka. Only by trusting her powers can Beka save the underwater races, pick the right man, and choose the path she’ll follow for the rest of her life….

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Deborah Blake is the author of the Baba Yaga Series from Berkley (Wickedly Dangerous, Wickedly Wonderful, Wickedly Powerful), as well as the Broken Rider Series, the Veiled Magic series and the cozy mystery Catskills Pet Rescue series. She has written over a dozen books on modern witchcraft with Llewellyn Worldwide, along with a tarot and an oracle deck. When not writing, Deborah also works as a tarot reader, and energy healer. She lives in a 130-year-old farmhouse in rural upstate New York with various cats who supervise all her activities, both magical and mundane.

26 thoughts on “Argh Author: Deb Blake’s Wickedly Wonderful

  1. Good times! I enjoyed Wickedly Dangerous, haven’t read this one and am looking forward to it.

  2. I love my Arghers. Thank you so much! And thank you for sharing, Jenny. I have a lot going on this year between new books and the deck from Llewellyn, plus the reissues. Don’t worry–next year I’ll go back to being invisible.

  3. Woo hoo Mer!
    I am putting this on my next in line list.
    Namor has been my favorite since I was 10 years old ♥️

  4. Sounds great! Also, it looks like most of Jennie’s books are on sale on Audible for the next 4 days. I just filled my audio library!

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