The first three books in the Covencraft Series and the short story, Carnival Moon.
Jade thought joining a Coven meant she'd learn some magic and maybe find a place to belong. Between other witches trying to kill her and demons in her kitchen, it's not going as well as she planned.
Trial By Fire [Book 1]
Jade leads a structured life:
Routine job. Caffeine addiction. No serious relationships. And now, she can spontaneously set things on fire with her mind.
Well... perhaps “normal” was never in the cards for her. As she questions her own sanity and spirals out of control, a man appears on her doorstep and tells her that, like him, she’s a witch.
Pulled in all directions, her unbridled magic draws dangerous attention and Jade wonders if she’s made the worst mistake of her life by joining a coven, or if she’ll even live long enough to regret it.
Counter Hex [Book 2]
Jade’s friend-count stands at three. Four, if you include the lizard.
Now that she's joined a coven, Jade is figuring out what it means to be a witch. Spells, counter-hexes, charms and surprisingly: paperwork. She considers the transition from mundane to witch successful with only a few exceptions. Most notably, the demon who keeps showing up in her pantry, her taboo lust for learning demon magic and the feeling that she’ll never really belong anywhere.
When a hex falls upon the coven, affecting all witches but her, Jade feels downright ostracized. She knows who’s responsible but can’t prove it. What’s worse, trying to help only threatens her already scant number of friends. Can she control her own burgeoning magic and counter-hex the spell? Should she even try to aid a coven of witches who don't trust her?
Carnival Moon [Short Story after book 2]
When Jade first hears that the local werewolf pack wants to meet her, she immediately wonder what she's done wrong. Turns out, the weres are interested in Jade because they like her magic. They ask her to join them during one of their full moon carnivals - the Wolf Moon.
Double-Sided Witch [Book 3]
Jade may be losing her mind. Or gaining a piece - she's not sure. Something she thought was dead inside her is waking up. Something she thought she'd lost years ago.
Someone she thought she'd lost years ago.
Each night, Jade dreams of her childhood, of a lake, of Lily, and of a strange, cloaked woman who will not show her face. Jade starts sleepwalking and losing control of her powers. Coven witches complain of abnormal magic in the Nature Preserve and Jade doesn't know if she's responsible for it or not. Her lizard familiar, Bruce, is showing signs of sickness - something that only happens to familiars when their witch is ill. Her body isn't made to hold the kind of power she has; maybe the stress of being a witch is finally catching up to her. Jade needs help. Can she trust enough to ask for it? Can she accept it when it's offered? And what will happen if she does?