Spells and Slip-ups
(The Wrong Witch, #1)
Publication date: July 5th 2022
Genres: Adult, Paranormal, Urban Fantasy
I suck at witchcraft.
Coming from a long line of famous witches, I should be at the top of the heap. Problem is, if there is a spell cast anywhere in my vicinity, I will somehow mess it up. As a probationary agent with the Arcane Bureau of Investigation, I have two choices: I can limp along and maybe pass myself off as a competent agent, or I can fail. Miserably.
Worse news? If I can’t get my act together, I may not only be out of a job, I could also lose my life.
Whose idea was this again?
Dream cast (actors you would pick to play your characters)
Wren Bannister: I would love Abigail Cowen for Wren. I absolutely adored her in The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and The Winx Saga. Quiet when she needs to be but with a whip-smart mouth and attitude that can knock you down a peg or two. Plus she fits Wren’s aesthetic perfectly.
Nico Acosta: Theo James. Hands down. If you’ve watched him in anything you know exactly why I am half in love with him. The voice, the jaw flex. He fits Nico and all his Alpha traits exactly.
Fiona Jacobs: Olivia Holt. She’s just so perky and cute but with a hard streak. She seems to imbue all of Fiona’s characteristics to a T–the sweetness, the sass, the formidable nature under all that cute.
Wyatt Cassidy: Garrett Hedlund. A Southern good-old-boy with a backbone and hero complex. His voice doesn’t hurt either. If I needed a solid hero best friend, it would be him.
Hannah Dumond: Elizabeth Debicki. Tall, formidable, with a toughness needed for my ghoul princess.
Malia Nadir: Simone Ashley. Yes, we all love her in Bridgerton and Malia needs an actor that can be just as brash and just as pinned up as she is.
Chet Ames: Freddie Stroma. I know, I know. We love him in The Peacemaker, but he plays a very good antagonist, and Ames would need all the help he could get.
Victor Girard: Daniel Bernhardt. The formidable leader of the ABI selection school, needs an actor like this.
Eloise Bannister: Andie MacDowell. We’d need someone formidable and a tried and true Southern lady for the role. I know Andie isn’t quite grandmother age (or if she is, she’s pulling it off like a boss) but I loved her so much in Ready or Not. I need that class lady attitude but with an edge, and Andie would totally do her justice.
Annie Anderson is a military wife and United States Air Force veteran. Originally from Dallas, Texas, she is a southern girl at heart, but has lived all over the US and abroad. As soon as the military stops moving her family around, she’ll settle on a state, but for now she enjoys being a nomad with her husband, two daughters, an old man of a dog, and a young pup that makes life… interesting.