The Other No 10 (The Sadie Series) [Kindle Edition]
The Other No 10:
Set in contemporary London, Jo Jacobs’ debut novel is a raunchy romantic romp told through the eyes of four characters: Salacious Sadie needs a rich guy to fund her expensive lifestyle and is more than happy to use her considerable sexual prowess to snare one.
Currency trader Leo is virtually a virgin, and Sadie can’t wait to get her perfectly manicured hands on his hidden assets. Can she release Leo’s inner lion and make him roar?
Sadie’s sweet younger sister, Eva, is beginning to fall for Leo’s mysterious mate, Dickie, but why is Dickie so secretive? Will she still like him when his dirty laundry comes tumbling out of the closet?
Written In Omen (Voice of the Wind: Shadows of Time) [Kindle Edition]
Set within a world that abounds in superstition, folklore, and the Star Folk of the Objishanda, Written In Omen weaves a story of love, intrigue, and a family curse. Jarutia Fayerfield has three brothers and each brother has his own agenda. Martin, the oldest and heir, plots revenge for his father’s transgressions and control of the family. Keiron chases love wherever he finds love. Jarutia’s twin brother Jantz pursues answers to a mysterious gap in the history of a family that takes pride on loyalty and blood ties — no matter where the truth leads him, including betrayal of his family and beloved sister. Contrary to Martin’s ambitious plans for her future, Jarutia desires the forbidden love of Doriano Drake, a man of the Objishanda, whose family secrets and ancestral memories threaten Jarutia’s happiness and Jantz’s life.
Will Jarutia win the love she craves, or will threat and fear for Jantz’s life force her into a loveless marriage to safeguard the family’s fortunes? Will Jantz discover the truth behind the family curse and seek his own destiny, or will life teach him lessons that will either break or harden his heart? Will Doriano Drake find true friendship and the love his mother promised? Not if Martin has his way!
Fortune’s Hostage (Voice of the Wind: Shadows of Time) [Kindle Edition]
Book 2 in the Voice of the Wind: Shadows of Time series, continues weaving a fascinating story of love, intrigue, ambition, and a family curse.
“Seize every opportunity and turn it to your advantage.” — that’s Martin Fayerfield’s motto. But, how far will Martin go to manipulate people, events and circumstances to suit his ambitions?
Jarutia Fayerfield may have found love in Doriano Drake’s arms, but can she keep him or must she sacrifice all she holds dear — her hopes and dreams — to protect Doriano, their newborn son, and her twin brother, Jantz?
Who is the mysterious girl Jantz Fayerfield discovers wandering through the Abeytu? And why has she placed daffodils upon the graves of Eolande and Cymbeline? When Jantz pursues her will he find the answers he seeks and unravel long held secrets?
The struggle to break free of greed, prejudice and the emotional tentacles woven in past lives, or in this one lifetime, threatens to overturn lives. Decisions are rendered and lies told, but for what price? For what price are Fayerfields, Tourneys and Drakes willing to forfeit — or pay — for betrayal or happiness?
Elizabeth A. Monroe, was born in Fort Worth, Texas, but lives in Oklahoma. The hearty pioneering spirit of her great-grandparents and grandparents who settled in Indian Territory and later staked out family landholdings during the Oklahoma Land Run, endures in her stories, her writing style, and in the characters she brings to life on the written pages.
“I’ve always felt that the places and people I write about perhaps exist somewhere — maybe in another time, universe or dimension. Writing for me feels like I’m tuning in to another frequency, much like turning a radio dial, or watching a movie. It’s great entertainment!”
E.A. Monroe’s short stories have been digitally published by Island Grove Press, Ivan Prokopchuk, Editor, Toronto, Canada and have been read and enjoyed by many.
Her latest, Summer Doldrums, will be published by Nain Rouge, Mark Durfee, Editor.
“Upon doing a search for the word ‘Objishanda,’ (it’s Cherokee, by the way), I found my novel Written in Omen listed by the Mitrasites, of all places, as a ‘modern gothic voice.’ I’ve always thought of myself as a ‘southern, kitchen sink’ writer!”
The following is an interview by The Nain Rouge:
“The Ouija Board Said I Was a Witch” “That’s one potential title of Summer Doldrums’ author, EA Monroe’s future autobiography. And although I don’t know the story behind it, I’m sure that once it’s written, it will tell the tale with vivid imagery and an eccentric cast of characters. Born in Texas, but raised in Oklahoma by a small town physician father and a stay-at-home/nurse mother, Liz hails from a long line of “rebels, outlaws, and free thinkers” (not to mention the pirates – and no, I’m not kidding). Because she always had an over-active imagination and what she refers to as “fantastic misconceptions” as a child, Liz started writing at the tender age of 10 – and hasn’t stopped since. Liz lists social alienation, unexpected circumstances, small town life, and coming-of-age tales among her favorite themes to write about and considers herself a kitchen sink reality writer. I would agree – Summer Doldrums is a classic example: a story about small town life, domestic normalcy, brought to life with gritty, colorful detail. Liz’s major works include plans for 12 books in the Voice Of the Wind series – novels that encompass both a mythical landscape and a shenanigan-prone cast of characters. Liz’s current working novel, Agate Jones, is set in 1931 in downtown Oklahoma City. Two sisters run away from an orphanage, disguise themselves as boys and embark on a colorful adventure with more action than I’m allowed words.
Elizabeth Monroe is truly an eccentric and inspiring writer and The Nain Rouge is honored and excited to publish Summer Doldrums. — Sarah Doyle
A brief note from my Voice of the Wind: Shadows of Time series: Objishanda is an ancient word that when translated from the speech of the Objishanda into the Common Dialect, means Starfolk. Of the original tribes of the Objishanda that migrated to the shores of El Nath, only seven tribes survived: the Gahada (forest), Mikuyi (wolf), Ganunda (mountain), Majarra (bird), Meltari (star), Ogista (fire), and the Onega (sea).
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