Karen L. Syed
Karen L. Syed is the president and COO of Echelon Press, LLC. Every day is a new success story for her as she continues to grow herself and her business. She has seen seven of her own novels published (writing as Alexis Hart), along with numerous articles and short stories. As a former bookstore owner, she garnered a nomination from Publishers Weekly for their Bookseller of the Year award. She is committed to helping and encouraging everyone she comes in contact with to seek a healthier and more positive quality of life by reaching for their dreams.
Her newest fascination has taken root in the Steampunk industry. This tremendously interesting genre based in the Victorian era is helping to feed a minor obsession with the time period. She is currently embarking on her own Steampunk series called Petticoat Junction. With more than a quarter of a century experience in the book industry, she hopes this one will propel her into the bestseller category. Time will tell.
You can learn more about Karen Syed at http://klsyed.com.
Where to find Karen L. Syed online
Moonlight For Maggie
Maggie Howell is as independent as they come. She can handle anything life throws her way, including gangsters. Without a man's help!
Devlin's Wicked Wish
The moon is bright and love is in the air, but Devlin Wilde has no time for it. Nor does he give much thought to what might be missing from his empty life, until a New Orleans' voodoo priestess offers him the deal of a lifetime--love--a hundred years in the future.
Aphrodite Albright is very good at what she does. So when Rusty Arrow comes to her catering business to plan the perfect engagement party, she has no idea what she's getting into. Until she discovers the truth and turns the tables on the man determined to seduce her into his future. Will Cupid's Arrow hit its mark?
An Angel's Wish
Angelica Parkinson has gotten herself into quite a pickle. With one hastily uttered wish, she finds herself face to face with her destiny. The only problem is--the man of her dreams lives more than a hundred years in the future.