Denise N. Wheatley has been a lover of reading and writing for as long as she can remember. She is the author of three novels, including "I Wish I Never Met You," published by Simon & Schuster, Inc. Her second and third novels, "Wards of the Women" and "The Road to Bliss," were published in 2011, as was her paranormal novella, "Shadow of a Man." Her short story "Coming Full Circle" was published in two books from the bestselling "Chicken Soup for the Soul" series; "Chicken Soup for the Bride's Soul" and "Chicken Soup for the Soul: Happily Ever After." Denise is currently working on her fourth novel, "When It's All Said and Done," in her hometown of Chicago, Illinois.
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"I Wish I Never Met You: Dating the Shiftless, Stupid, and Ugly," introduces a vivid but nameless, faceless heroine who chronicles her dating calamities through a series of funny, outrageous, satirical vignettes. The Mr. Wrongs she meets are alternately gross, married, divorced, dishonest, all-out catastrophes. But in spite of her lousy luck with the opposite sex, she forges ahead bravely, imagining each new date as a potential mate and complaining all the way!
Shadow of a Man
Veronica can read minds—but only during intense bouts of danger that have always plagued her. Drake, a centuries-old vigilante transformed into a dark enigmatic shadow by an evil curse, has always been there to protect her. Neither Veronica nor Drake can deny their desire for one another. But how far will they go to break the curse so they can be together before endangering Veronica’s life?
The Road to Bliss
Timber West’s life turns upside down when she and her fiancé break off their engagement. Timber blames the split on their 18-year age difference and conflicting future plans. Eventually the two enter new relationships. But as their romances develop, they realize what seems right may not always be right, and wonder whether they can mend a relationship that perhaps never should have unraveled.
Wards of the Women
Violet, Shayne, and Fifi are three well-to-do suburbanites who appear to have it all, despite the turmoil and misery festering beneath the surface in their lives. When Violet reaches her limit, she does what any sensible woman would do: Blackmails a state prison warden into selling them their very own prison inmates. What could possibly go wrong with such a simple little purchase?
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