Some more comedy novels by Heide and Iain

A Spell in the Country

Jenny doesn’t know what they’ll do when they find out she’s a wicked witch.

She can’t help being a wicked witch. It’s in her blood.

She’s supposed to plot dark deeds with her foul-mouthed imp familiar, Jizzimus. Instead, she’s rescued a girl, Kay, from a terrible fate. To keep her safe they have signed up for a college course in an English country mansion. Jizzimus is not impressed.

The mansion is not the safe haven they thought it would be. They say they want to turn good witches into great witches, but witches are going missing, there are far more ghosts round here than there ought to be and there is something huge and terrible in the woods.

If Jenny thought that messing up her witchcraft coursework and getting distracted by the handsome gardener was going to be the worst of her problems, she’s dead wrong.

With new witch friends, sexy mind-controller Caroline and soft-hearted herbalist Dee, Jenny’s determined to get to the bottom of this mystery. It turns out that at Effie Fray’s training college you have to learn fast or die trying.

You’ll love this fun-loving witch academy book because sometimes it needs friends to show us how to be a better version of ourselves.


Ella Hannaford has a small business to run, an overworked father to look after and a future stepmother who wants a perfect wedding.

Can she avoid a girly night out with her clueless stepsister? Can she side-step lovesick suitors at every turn? Not if it’s up to that team of foul-mouthed dwarfs who want to forcibly drag her into her happily ever after.

You’ll love watching gun-toting grannies, stubborn fairy godmothers, and flying carpets come crashing into Ella’s world when she refuses to accept her Happy Ending.

The Woman in the Million Dollar Dress

Holly Raddlebarn has an amazing life: she has a job in high fashion, knows what she needs to do to get a perfect body and has her sights set on dating a rock star.

Unfortunately, the job is cleaning a fashion studio, the rock star doesn’t even know she exists and the first thing she needs to do to get a perfect body is stop comfort-eating fish fingers and cream cakes.

But, one day, she is asked to try on an astonishing dress, one that can give her the body of a supermodel at the flick of a switch. It might have been designed to provide hi-tech camouflage for soldiers on the battlefield but Holly sees it a shortcut to personal happiness and fulfilment. What’s a young woman to do? Except borrow it, of course!

With newfound confidence and sex appeal, can Holly find the personal fulfilment she’s been craving in her life? And, with the army, the police and the dress’s inventor hot on her heels (and her meddling mum and aunt snooping in her private life!) can Holly find that happiness before her world comes crashing down around her?

A novel about getting the body you’d love and loving the body you have.

A Heart in the Right Place

All Nick wants to do is take his dying father for a perfect father-son weekend in the Scottish Highlands.

It’s not much to ask, is it? A log cabin, a roaring fire, a bottle of fine whisky and two days to paper over the cracks in their relationship.

However, Nick didn’t plan on making the trip with a dead neighbour in the back of his car. Or the neighbour’s dog. He really didn’t plan on being pursued by a psychotic female assassin intent on collecting body parts. And he really, really didn’t plan on encountering a platoon of heavily armed mercenaries or a werewolf.

Make sure you don’t miss Nick’s crazy ride as he sets out with the very best intentions and then messes everything up.

The Only Wizard in Town

A city under siege by a barbarian horde…
A band of ruthless mercenaries…
A trap-filled dungeon…

A situation like this calls for the best wizard in town. What they’ve got is the ONLY wizard in town: Newport Pagnell, oral hygiene specialist.
More used to soothing fevered gums and extracting rotten teeth, this dental spellcaster has to perform an operation like never before: extracting a fabled treasure from the jaws of certain doom.
This time, he might have bitten off more than he can chew…