Ravenswynd Legends

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There's a legend...about a party...hosted by vampires. An event so exclusive - the invitation is by word of mouth - with strict rules that must-be-followed. So what happens when your best friend is invited and practically begs you to go along with her?

You go, of course!

Everyone's having fun...at first... More
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Words: 85,160
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301695294
About Sharon Ricklin Jones

Sharon Ricklin Jones grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and always knew she wanted to be a writer. She's had many titles in her life, including: wife, mother, grandmother, medical assistant, ranch-hand, and teacher. While still home-schooling her youngest son - she finally started writing. However, after writing her first romance novel, circumstances in life forced her to set the book aside for a few years...

No longer working full time and having an empty nest,(and no more excuses)she decided to get to work on editing that novel. Little did she know, her muse had other ideas. A fantastically vivid dream forced her to set that book aside, yet again. This dream gave birth to the Ravenswynd Series, and the muse hasn't shut up since.

Sharon is a member of Romance Writer's of America, the author of two blogs, and involved in several Writer's Groups.

Now living in a small town in central Wisconsin, Sharon is in the final edits of book four in the Ravenswynd series and is also working on two time-travel novels. She hopes that someday she'll find the time to edit that elusive first novel - still safely tucked away under her bed. UPDATE: The Ravenswynd Series is complete...and Song of Memory is now available!


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Review by: Jeannie Meekins on March 04, 2016 :
Quite enjoyed this. I wasn't sure what to expect, but it is what it says: paranormal romance. It's easy to read, there is some good character development and some lovely descriptions.
When I got to Melinda "laid out like a buffet", I thought she was going to be dinner!
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