Where the Past and the Present Collide

 

BW 4 jpgI write fiction set in various eras–from Biblical times to the Victorian period to the 1920s to present-day Portland, Oregon–and some of my stories include vampires, ghosts, and witches. Writing is my passion, and I’m grateful for the opportunity to share my stories with readers all over the world.

My paranormal historical fiction is the bestselling Loving Husband Trilogy, a supernatural story of eternal love. Love the history, fantasy, and romance of Outlander and A Discovery of Witches? Her Dear & Loving Husband, set in past and present Salem, Massachusetts, has been bought or downloaded over 250,000 times. Read the novel for free.

My latest novel, When It Rained at Hembry Castle, is Downton Abbey inspired historical fiction. Set in Victorian England in the 1870s, it’s the story of American Daphne Meriwether and how she learns to live in the upstairs/downstairs world of her father’s family. She may fall in love with Edward Ellis, an aspiring writer, while she’s there. When It Rained at Hembry Castle is a Best Book of 2016 in Historical Fiction from IndieReader.com. 

Victory Garden is an historical novel set around the woman’s suffrage movement during World War I. Woman of Stones is Biblical historical fiction based on a story from the New Testament: “Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.” Woman of Stones has been a #1 bestseller on Amazon’s Inspirational chart. My present day fiction is That You Are Here, a love story set in Portland, Oregon.

To read interviews and spotlights with historical novelists, visit the Guest Authors page.

My books are available in ebook, paperback, and audiobook formats from the following major retailers:

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