Born in Phoenix, Arizona, Pinkie Paranya traveled all over the U.S., Alaska, and most of Mexico with her late husband. Ever since she can remember, writing has been her passion. After completing her fifteenth novel, trying to discover the genre she loved most, she still hasn’t decided.
Paranya enjoys romances with their intrigue and uplifting happy endings, but she has also published two paranormal psychological suspenses, a cozy mystery, and an Early American Alaskan trilogy. To date, she has thirteen published novels.
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In ancient Alaska, before it was known to anyone but the Inuit people, a child Umiak is the only survivor of a starving clan who ventured too far onto dangerous, unknown waters to find food. Washed ashore with nothing but her raven-feather talisman, she is discovered by strangers, taken to their village, and forced to serve the elderly shaman...
Death Has No Dominion
‘She is down there,’ the voice whispered, stiffening the hairs on the back of Kate’s neck. No! She slams down the lid of her laptop computer. That was where the picture and sound had come from. But it doesn’t help. On her first vacation ever, Kate is plagued by visions she doesn’t want. Now she has no choice but to place her trust in a Colorado sheriff, who wants to be more than a friend.
One...Two...Buckle My Shoe
What if a relentless predator—a parent's worst nightmare come true—dropped out of nowhere? He has, and now cynical Detective Richard Slater and reluctant psychic Kate Macklin are all that stand between death and life for the children targeted by this psycho. But can Richard and Kate piece together the puzzle before the killer comes for them, too?
Love Letters in the Wind
After an abusive marriage, Casey Nichols flees with her six-year-old son to Colorado, where she puts poems inside tumbleweeds and casts them to the winds in an effort to ease some of the pain in her heart. But when the love notes she thinks will never be read are found by reclusive rancher, Matt Tyree, the one person she doesn’t want to see them, her whole world is turned upside down.
Quiet, conservative Marisa Elliott plunges into a desperate adventure with Scott Dunbar a devilishly handsome pilot. Searching for her Confederate ancestors who fled to Brazil during the Civil War, Marisa persuades Scott to take her far into the Amazon jungle, but she doesn’t tell him about the bank money they absconded with so long ago—money her father wants back to clear the Elliott name.