This is the first title a publisher went to contract on -- published first in May 1990.
I've gone through and reworked it some to get it up to par with my current writing style, but the story hasn't changed and the tweaks are minor.
Romantic-Suspense but also Romantic-Comedy!
Epic decade-scanning romance of soulmates
who find love
isn't always enough.
Rock 'n' roll and high fashion in the later 20th century (1964-1994)
Not only the hero I'd run away with, but readers indicate they would too
with 5* reviews
In desperate need of some romantic comedy
in your reading material?
Go for one of the
SW of Cincy Romances
Magic slinging PI Bram Farrell,
aka The Raven, has arrived in
the first Raven Tales novel
Click on the cover for
RAVEN'S MOON at Amazon for Kindle or trade paperback
or trade paperback
at Barnes and Noble via
But you can also meet him in
...jobs he did before he learned
he was fictional and got pulled
into the "real" world.
It isn't that different from
the fictional Detroit in which
he tracked down paranormal, supernatural and legendary characters gone wrong,
so...same ole, same ole.
RAVEN'S REST is the prequel
that leads into the first novel,
A click on the cover
takes you to it for Kindle
like it was magic!
Well, J.B. Dane is
Headed to a site shared with Nied Darnell,
so an ALL FANTASY site!
Just in the packing stage,
but the new address will be
Currently a 99 cent deal for the ebook of RAVEN'S REST
Love and adventure in the 19th century, be it in a mining town, San Francisco, aboard an eastbound train, on a clipper ship or a steam luxury liner, or even along the coast of Britain during the Regency...
The heroes are dashing, the heroines are feisty
and danger is in the air!
Just click on cover!
Featuring the short story
"The Prime Crone's Legacy"
wherein Santa's #1 son,
Nick Claus, head of Pole Security, discovers a creature his family was supposed to be keeping track of for centuries, yet never knew it!
This is the 2nd Nick Claus story -- promises mystery, comedy, and switches on the Claus family story. Of course there's a touch of magic. Goes with the territory