Beachwalk Press has put together a series of short stories all themed around psychic powers. Add that to the great line up of well known writers and you get a fun series of stories.
Notable stories include Ella Jade's Always You, featuring what may turn out to be a new series. The short story features a family with shocking special powers. In Always You, oldest brother Caleb has the sees premonitions, but doesn't get the chance to foresee his parent's death. He has spent years beating himself up, until he re-meets a childhood friend of his younger sister and soon he is able to see past the cloud of sadness.
In Cupid and Cupcakes by Jacquie Underdown introduces Penny who's great tasting cupcakes aren't the only thing drawing people to flock into her bakery. While she's been able to find love for hundreds of people, she still hasn't found the one for herself. That is until one day her old neimisis steps back into her life.
In Indigo Stars, Stephanie Beck tells the story of two gifted people who have the power to help each other with each other's illnesses. We'd all love to find a miracle doctor who can zap cancer out of us, but everything comes with a price and soon the doctor needs help himself, that only his last patient can help him with.
Aurora Mills has moved back to her hometown after a messy divorce which has left her penniless. Her friend Clara offers her a job at their family's pub, and within days Aurora runs into Clara's older brother Caleb. Aurora has always been attracted to him—there's something about him that just draws her in.
Firefighter Jake Manley is a no-nonsense kind of guy. So when his little sister goes to see pet psychic Carrie Westfield, he lets the beautiful medium know he's got a watchful eye on her. But somehow she does seem to know more than she should, including painful secrets from his past. When the helpful spirit of his boyhood dog shows up, things get even stranger, making him question everything he thought was true. Can Jake accept that life doesn't end with death and let go of the guilt he's carried all these years? More importantly, can he let Carrie Westfield into his heart?
In a snowy, sleepy town is a quaint cupcake shop. People travel from miles away to visit this sugar-scented store because they think it's magical. They're not entirely wrong. But it isn't the shop, or the cupcakes it sells, that's magical…it's the owner.
During a drunken night of self-wallowing over his failed love life, Parker Evans wanders into Psychic Set-Up to see what a matchmaking psychic can do for him. But once he meets the luscious psychic he's not interested in anyone else.
Kindergarten teacher Jill O'Halloran does her best to disregard the visions she sees in pools of still water, having learned from a young age that it wasn't something that happened to normal people. But when images of Darcy Albright in the throes of passion keep appearing, they prove too difficult to ignore. Jill can't understand why she's so drawn to Darcy. Sure he's gorgeous, but she doesn't do relationships.
Indigo's ability to create light with her mind was always a fun parlor trick, but since her cancer diagnosis, the parlor has closed for business. On the brink of major health failure, she can't help but wonder when her good luck ran out.
Holly is a mind-moving Fury who electrifies all human flesh she touches. Even her own family has sent her packing. She moves things with her mind, manipulating fire with the flick of her finger, but she burns for the one thing that has never been an option for her—love.