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Cait lives on the West Coast of Scotland in the same small town where she was born. She shares her home near the beach with a large collection of dragons and three miniature Yorkshire Terriers. Cait dreams of one day living in a castle filled with history. . .or at least a house with a library.

Books and writing have played a huge part in Cait's life since she was very young. Encouraged by a mother with similar interests and one of the world's greatest English teachers, she began writing her own stories. Unfortunately she inherited a practical side to her nature from her grannie—who once told her at a party, in front of her teenage friends, to cross her legs, not her fingers.

Cait went on to become one of the first people in her family to graduate from university, where she trained for a medical profession. Writing became something she did for her own pleasure, never dreaming it could be anything else. Then, one day, she showed one of those stories to a group of online friends who taught her to Believe in the Magic. . .

If you're ever looking for Cait you only have to find the nearest quiet corner and she'll be there, book or pen in hand, wrapped up in another world.

 


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Trusting the Magic

Shapeshifter Nick Douglass flew to Scotland to help a friend but very quickly found that he was the one in need of rescue. Imprisoned and tortured by a man who'll stop at nothing to gain the secrets of his people, Nick knows his only hope for salvation lies in the hands of one of his captors.

All her life, Abby has done as she's told, even when she hates it, until Nick. The shocklingly erotic dreams they share draw them together, but Nick can't risk revealing the secrets he's fought so hard to protect. Failing to mate with Abby might cost him his humanity, but mating with her might come at the expense of shifters everywhere.

 


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