In Manitou Springs, someone dares to ask the question: “What could possibly happen?” Of course, this is Denver Cereal where anything can and usually does happen. But first, Jacob returns home, with the help of Native American Shaman, from his spiritual adventure through the golden cabin and the Sea of Amber, but only after Sam, Valerie, and Blane destroy the Sea of Amber in a creative way that involves cartoon dwarves and root beer.
Everything is back to normal. After two years of planning, everything is on track for the BIG wedding planned at the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception. Finally, Honey, Jill, and Sandy are formally marrying M.J., Jacob, and Aden in an ancient ritual that involves lots of lace and much love. It’s a wedding, right? What could possible happen? Well, you won’t believe it if I told you now. Suffice it to say that a variety of Greek Goddesses show up to help out just in time for the wedding which ends up destroying the Cathedral roof.
Manitou Springs is Denver Cereal at its most weird fun, full of love, and filled with action where fantasy, paranormal, and everyday life connect to make the world called Denver Cereal. Started in 2008, Denver Cereal is one of the longest serial fictions ever written and published.
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About the Author
Claudia Hall Christian writes stories about good people caught in difficult situations. Her stories are addictive, heart pounding, and intense. She is the author of the Alex the Fey thriller series, the Queen of Cool, the Seth and Ava Mysteries, Suffer a Witch, Abee Normal Paranormal Investigations, and the longest consecutive serial fiction ever written, Denver Cereal. She lives in Denver where she keeps bees, gardens, hangs out with her Plott Hounds, and husband