The Willow Tate Novels of Celia Jerome from DAW BOOKS:
Night Mares In The Hamptons
Graphic novelist Willow Tate is a Visualizer, able to draw images of
beings from the realm of Faerie—possibly “drawing” them from their
world to ours in the process. First came a ten
-foot-tall red troll
who followed her from Manhattan to the small town of Paumanok Harbor
in the Hamptons. Willow realized then that many of her relatives and
their neighbors possess a whole range of psychic
talents—truth-knowing, scrying, weaving wishes, picking lucky
numbers, etc. And all of them seem privy to everything that happens
in her life.
So when magic and mayhem return to Paumanok Harbor, of course Willow
is called upon to rescue the little town. Three magical mares are
searching the Long Island village for a missing colt, and their
distress is causing sleepless nights, bad tempers, and dangerous
brawls among the gifted but peculiar residents.
The Department of Unexplained Events sends Willow some help, a
world-famous horse-whisperer. Texan Ty Farraday seems more interested
in whispering in her ear, though, than in rescuing the kidnapped colt
whose terror only Willy can feel.
Enlisting Paumanok Harbor's uniquely talented residents in the
search, Willie still has to struggle with snakes, drug dealers,
tourists, hidden caves, a mad scientist—and the almost overwhelming
distraction of that sexy cowboy.
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