Multipublished, award-winning romance author, Diane Wylie, loves books that will take her on an emotional roller coaster ride. What better genre than romance to do that? Adventure, passion, and intrigue are her favorite aspects of any book.
She has four historical romances published, Adam’s Treasure, Secrets and Sacrifices, Jenny’s Passion, and Lila’s Vow, along with short story, "A Soldier to Love." Readers and reviewers alike love her stories. Lila’s Vow won a 2010 Reviewer’s Choice Award from Two Lips Reviews, was voted Best Book of the Week on November 30, 2009 by Long and Short Reviews, and garnered the 2009 Coffee Time Recommended Read Award from Coffee Time Reviews.
Her fifth novel, a paranormal romance called Moonlight and Illusions is her first book in this genre and it is promising to be an exciting ride.
Diane makes her home in Maryland with her husband, Ed, a former racecar driver, and son, Scott. Daughter, Elaine, and son-in-law, Kurt, are not too far away in Pennsylvania.
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Coded letters, cryptic symbols, and a beautiful woman. Adam Skelding sets out to find stolen gold, but soon discovers complications he didn’t bargain for.
Prelude to Magic: The Prequel to Moonlight and Illusions
Ruby Elliott had the perfect life. Her husband, the rich and famous Illusionist, took her with him around the world. What woman of 1889 could ask for more? It was a woman’s place to stand beside her husband, right?
Then a chance encounter with an old woman and a cursed relic gives her husband REAL magic and sends their life spinning out of control. Find out how the magic begins.
A Soldier to Love (A Short Story)
Christine Lawson homeless and alone, with no hope for survival in the tiny Georgian town in the summer of 1861. Desperation drives her to enlist in the Confederate army to help fight the war of Northern Agression—a war that the South expected to win in just a few weeks. Chris must learn to walk like a man, talk like a man, act like a man, and shoot like a man.
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