Something strange was happening in Lily Dale. Marena Jacobs went there to search for the one true man that she loved. David had vanished over a year ago and she was beginning to think he was gone forever. The small scrap of paper with angelic script was all she had to go on. Gabe, a man with psychic abilities befriends Marena and they stumble upon an incredible secret about the town’s people that no one would ever believe. Gabe’s abilities are no match for Samuel though, who has powers of his own. He is from an ancient sect of fallen angels called the Nephilim, and his one goal is to seduce Marena and destroy the love she has for David.
Debra Jayne East was born the oldest of six girls, in Martinsville, Virginia. For as long as she could remember, she loved to keep journals, write poetry and short stories. She researched her family tree and suddenly she understood why. Her distant relative, Violet Florence Martin was an Irish author, born in 1862, who co-wrote a series of novels with cousin Edith Somerville under the pen name of Martin Ross in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. After she encountered a near-death experience during a routine surgery, she realized her time had come to follow her heart and realize her calling to be a writer. Her first novel, Radiance: Love after Death, XOXO Publishing released in June of last year. Debra lives in North Carolina close to the Blue Ridge Parkway and enjoys photography, volunteering and spending time with her family. Her next book, Crimson Snow, her new paranormal romance, will be released later this year.
You can purchase Radiance: Love after death at XOXO Publishing and Amazon.
Jo Burney has a new house – and suddenly no job. Taking in a lodger seems the best way to help keep the roof over her head.
Locum vet Alastair McKay – charming and sexy or an interfering know-it-all? – needs somewhere to live for a while.
Can prickly, fiercely independent Jo put up with someone else in her house until she finds another job?
Can Alastair keep his cool when every offer of help is more likely to be met with hostility than gratitude?
Is Miranda the cat a better judge of character than Jo?
Has Perry the dog landed on his metaphorical paws?
And can Jo and Alastair ever see eye-to-eye?
Deborah Fenwick lives in Germany with her dog. She loves exploring the mountains and forests in the area, particularly from the back of a horse. The dog enjoys coming along too. Deborah writes romances and woman’s fiction but reads examples of many genres. She misses being able to browse in bookshops full of books in her native language. She has a blog at http://deborahfenwick99.blogspot.de/ where she witters on about anything that comes into her head at the time, not exclusively her writing, and also publishes the dates when she has a free offer of one of her books coming up. She tries to maintain a Facebook page and would be more diligent if she thought people were actually looking at it.
You can purchase Rule of the House on Amazon and you can find out more about Deborah on her blog and on Facebook.