Mildred Gail Digby was born and educated in Canada and now does not use her BSc in Geology to teach ESL in Japan. However her studies do come in handy when doing “earthquake surfing” which consists of shaking booty during P waves and panicking during S waves.
She shares her non-angst-filled life with her wife of nearly ten years where the most excitement they have is deciding where to eat and forgetting where they parked their bicycles. M.G. is a sucker for oddball characters, opposites attract, and women getting what (and who) they want. She will squeeze a happy ending out of anything and is not above the occasional corny joke.
Jade Mayflower is back, this time she’s looking for a homophobic ghost at a newly-opened resort for LGBT couples who are having relationship and intimacy issues. Jade has two problems. The first is she isn’t in a troubled relationship, and the second is Jade can’t let anyone find out who she is and what she’s really doing there.
With a week of dodging well-intentioned meddlers and surviving couples’ workshops while stealthily carrying out her investigation, Jade has her hands full. She discovers a decade-old crime that left both the victim and the killer dead, family secrets that nearly derail the case, as well as a protective ghost cat with excellent timing. The pieces slowly come together, but Jade is left guessing about who—or what—is sticking around past their time.
Tentative Release December 2020
Lark Greenpool became a Guardian at just the wrong time. A forbidden artifact known as a Bloodring has been awoken. It released a malevolent energy that threatens to destroy the barrier that protects Lark’s world from the Outside and it’s the Guardians’ job to put it right.
Help arrives in the form of an ambassador from the Ringsworn, the people who made the Bloodring. Violet Ironwrought is prickly, most likely very dangerous, dislikes everyone, and is completely fascinating to Lark. After a rocky start, friendship blossoms between the two women, and slowly grows into something much more than that.
When circumstances threaten to separate them, Lark has to decide where her loyalties lie, and what she is willing to risk to protect not only herself, but the woman who has become the most important part of her life.