Zula Price's powers as a witch were handed down from mother to daughter for generations. Her five times great-grandma Zula was a beautiful, strong witch who was caught up in the madness of the witch trials. She was the only one to have been drowned, hanged, and burned at the stake - and survived it all. Her powers were passed down through the years and Zula was the strongest witch yet. However, something strange has been happening. Every time she shuts her eyes to sleep, she's pleasured in ways she has never kwn in real life, and she doesn't kw who the dream-lover is either. When her plumbing goes on the fritz, she calls a plumber, and he turns out to be the most handsome man she's ever seen. They begin dating but never once does he attempt to woo her into bed. He doesn't even attempt to kiss her beyond a chaste goodnight kiss and Zula is getting quite perturbed by the lack of affection because she can tell Conr wants her. And after a visit from great-grandma Zula and her current beau, who looks exactly like Conr, Zula begins to suspect their relationship goes much deeper than either kws. After a strange warning from grandma Zula, that leaves Zula wondering what's really going on, she winds up in a very unfamiliar place. Trussed up like a hog, Zula is tossed into a pond while the crowd chants, Witch, witch, kill the witch. As the water engulfs her, Zula holds her breath and prays for a miracle. But she's all alone and every cell in her body is gasping for air. Where is her dream lover w that she really needs him?
Jennifer is in her early 30's, and grew up in New York City. She attended Columbia University. Jennifer enjoys working on characters for her short stories, and plot lines while sipping coffee in Central Park on her favorite bench. She claims that the buzz of people around her contributes to her creativity. Other favorite places to compose stories include Grand Central Terminal, riding the Metro during off-peak times, and in the lobby of the Plaza Hotel. Oftentimes, she is inspired by people she interacts with or observes out in the world, and very much incorporates scenarios and characteristics into her writing. Sometimes, story lines occur naturally, as though the universe is giving her a present. Other times, she struggles for days or weeks to map out a story. To combat writer's block and other common ails that seem to plague artists, Jennifer turns to long walks and of course, chocolate. The best walks are those where she gets on a train and randomly selects a stop. Many surprising shops and late-night diners (and characters, for that matter) have been discovered this way. Jennifer loves New York City, and all of the people that find refuge here. She maintains close friendships with those she grew up with, and is very active with her local writer's group. Her hobbies include traveling to far-flung destinations to soak up local culture, and she has never missed an opportunity to try out her skills as an aspiring photographer. Jennifer keeps a small notebook with her at all times to jot down random thoughts that occur to her throughout the day.