Millie Thorn has been in the paranormal town of Spellbinder Bay for a few months. During that time, she's come to terms with the fact that she's a witch, and she's come to terms with the fact that her familiar, Reuben, is a particularly cheeky cockatiel.
She's finding it hard to come to terms with the knowledge that the father she never knew she had lives in the same town as her. She's finding it even harder to pluck up the courage to discover his identity. When her magical familiar, Reuben, comes up with a plan which may make the delicate situation easier, Millie must decide whether she has the courage to face somebody she never thought she'd see again. Somebody who has been dead for a long time.
When Millie is witness to the discovery of a body, gold and the skeletal remains of a strange creature-presumed to be a dinosaur, things begin to spiral into a mystery which involves demons, metal detectorists, alien hunters-and homemade biscuits.
Never having been the jealous type, Millie can't quite work out why she's so offended at the fact that George, a handsome vampire, is showing interest in a mystery woman-but is determined to find out just who the attractive nurse is.