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Some dreams should stay dead...

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The Ghost of Hexes Past

Witches of Moondale book #2

Published: Nov 1, 2023

A LGBTQ+ cozy urban fantasy novel for fans of The Ex Hex, and October Daye.

Some dreams should stay dead.


Azure Elwood’s world was clear cut—simple—she knew her place in it and what was expected of her. That all changed about two months ago when Icarus “Rus” Ashthorne moved back to Moondale and made things . . . complicated. As the fight for The Coven of the Forgotten heats up, Azure comes face to face with insecurities and choices she thought long buried.

Rus Ashthorne has never known her place in the world, never had a “home” really. After returning to Moondale and reuniting with the family she left behind, she’s decided maybe it’s time to settle down. Only life is never that simple, is it? And as the Board of Magic is keen to remind her, necromancers aren’t welcome in Moondale.

So, when a broken bluebird shows up on Az’s doorstep, and the board’s demands start taking a toll on Rus’s physical and mental health, their tenuous relationship will be tested. And they’ll find that maybe “home” is just as complex—and as simple—as they always thought

Caution: Content warnings may contain spoilers

Praise for Witches of Moondale

"Once again, Wilham brings together a collection of unique characters who create a beautiful landscape of representation and individuality. The Hex Next Door is a lovely picture of family being more than just blood, and reminds us that those who truly love us, will always find a way to be there for us. "
- Christis Christie, Author of 

"If The Ex-Hex and Practical Magic had a sapphic baby, it would be The Hex Next Door. A wickedly charming second chance HFN romance wrapped in a snarky, Cozy Witch package."
- Justin Arnold, Author of 
Wicked Little Things

"The Hex Next Door is a great fit if you enjoy witchy vibes, found families, or stories centered mainly around queer characters."

- Nancy O'Toole, Author of The Mirror Guardian

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