Elizabeth Davies

Biography

Elizabeth Davies was born and raised in South Wales. She lived in England for nearly two decades but returned to her roots when she felt the mountains of her youth calling to her, and hiking in her beloved Brecon Beacons is now one of the joys in her life. When she is not working as a full time secretary, Elizabeth loves spending time with her family, hates doing necessary chores, and tries to fit in writing whenever she can. She has published two novels in the Resurrection trilogy, "State of Grace" and "Amazing Grace", and the third, Sanctifying Grace, has just been released. She is also seriously addicted to chocolate.

Smashwords Interview

What are you working on next?
I have just finished Sanctifying Grace, the last novel in the Resurrection trilogy, and am now working on another paranormal romance. No vampires this time, though. It's called The Medium Path and I hope to get it out around before the summer. I am also playing around with two novels I wrote a long time ago but I think I might publish these under a pen name because the genre is so different.
Who are your favorite authors?
My list is long and varied and my favourites change depending on what I am reading at the time. The old stand-bys include Steven King, Felix Frances, Lee Childs, Charlaine Harris, Kim Harrison and so many others.
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Where to find Elizabeth Davies online


Books

Sanctifying Grace
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Series: Resurrection, Book 3. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 74,830. Language: English. Published: October 7, 2013. Category: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
(5.00 from 7 reviews)
This is the third and final novel in the Resurrection series. Grace is at the end of her life, Roman by her side. He has failed in his quest to discover how to resurrect those humans who can be enthralled and now Grace is facing certain death. How can Roman live without her - she has been a part of his life for millennia, but all he can do now is to be there for her.
Amazing Grace
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Series: Resurrection, Book 2. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 91,840. Language: English. Published: March 26, 2013. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Historical
(5.00 from 3 reviews)
This is the second novel in the Resurrection trilogy. As Grace's health deteriorates in her own world and she moves ever closer to her death, she returns to the past where Roman is waiting for her and she falls deeper in love with a man whose sole purpose in life is his quest for blood.
State of Grace
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Series: Resurrection, Book 1. Price: Free! Words: 83,030. Language: English. Published: October 9, 2012. Category: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
(4.50 from 8 reviews)
First in the Resurrection trilogy. When Grace, 27 years old and with only a few months left to live, returns to her home town of Brecon, she is catapulted nearly 1800 years into the past. At first she attributes her hallucinations to her brain tumour but as the visions become more detailed and closer to the present day she becomes involved with a certain wickedly handsome and rather inhuman Roman.

Elizabeth Davies’s tag cloud

bitten    blood    drama    historical    love    paranorma    paranormal    paranormal romance    romance    time tavel    timetravel    vampire    womens   

Smashwords book reviews by Elizabeth Davies

  • Syndrome on Nov. 17, 2012

    Really enjoyed this. Will be downloading the rest of his books. Good page-turner and towards the end I couldn't put it down,
  • Blood Work on April 17, 2014

    I discovered this novel by chance when, low on pennies to spend on reading material, I happened across this free book on Smashwords. And I'm so glad I did. It's a substantial read, both in terms of length, plot line and characterisation. Written in both the first person and the third POV, which, incidentally, works rather well, the reader is able to engage with both the lead characters. Set in Australia, which proves to be a welcome change from most of the urban fantasies/paranormal books which are USA based, there is plenty of action, and the story-line is strong and engrossing. The back story is complex and well-developed,adding richness to the plot, there is a hint of romance, and a seriously unusual take on vampires. I was also pleased to see that there is a climax towards the end, which although is resolved, enough is left unsaid and undone to warrant another book in the series (which I believe may have already been written but not published yet). This is a solid, well-written debut novel from Hayward and I hope to see more of her work in the future
  • Once Upon A Tyme on July 25, 2014

    This book has typically British humour and references; the tone and style reminded me of Terry Pratchett. I giggled from the every first page, and kept laughing most of the way through. The main character is a quintessential English elderly gentleman,and in fact, I could just envisage my dear old dad going through exactly the same thought processes as Tom. The premise was strange, and the story-line a little odd, but this just adds to the comedic aspect. At times the humour and sarcasm was a little overdone, but there was enough happening in the book to compensate. This is currently free on Smashwords and I would recommend this for a bit of light reading, and an insight into the British psyche.