Months before, moving into the secluded log cabin on the side of Mystic Mountain seemed the perfect solution for Dia to perfect a magic that often turned disastrous. But, for some strange reason, her elderly great-uncle rented out the next closest cabin to a single male, and he expects her to make sure the new tenant has everything he needs! That Ryan Steward reminds her of Clark Kent, with the possibility of Superman hiding beneath the glasses, makes the chore so much more appealing. But she’ll have to be very careful not to expose the family secret to an outsider, no matter how delicious she finds him. After all, what he doesn’t know won’t hurt either of them…. Right?
With the Electronics Expo just a month away, and knowing his newest project will be all the rage, Ryan Steward doesn’t mind being called a geek. However, when he learns he must travel to Mystic Waters to care for the mentally unstable father he never knew existed, he finds that there is a world of difference between creating fantasy games, and dealing with his father’s inability to accept that witches do not exist in the real world.