Erin Danzer wrote her first book at 10 years old for a Young Authors competition, where she was awarded an Honorable Mention and discovered a passion for the written word. She’s written several novels and short stories and has several books previously published, including True Love’s Destiny and the Mason Ridge Trilogy. She resides in Racine, Wisconsin, with her husband and two children.
Marriage, defeat an enemy, and live happily ever after. That's all Ronnie wants. Should be easy, right? Nothing is ever easy in this Spiral. Check out the epic conclusion to the Spiral Defenders Series!
Eight weeks can change everything.
Ronnie has eight weeks until she becomes a Spiral Defender and must marry a man she doesn't love.
Rick has eight weeks to complete his father's final request before gaining the Irradian throne in his quest to rule the Spiral.
Ronnie must embrace her destiny to save the Spiral - even if it means leaving behind the man she loves.
It's Christmas time in the Spiral, a time for gift giving and party crashing. Join Ronnie as she and Gavin travel to a snow-covered planet to partake in a yearly blessing and then return to Kalearnia for the Yule feast and ball.
Ronnie Lambert thinks getting a tattoo will change her life. Little does she know, it is only the beginning. After being struck by lightning, Ronnie's life is changed forever. When Ronnie meets hot, annoying new guy, Gavin Clearwater, and finds out her destiny, she must choose between following him into the Spiral or returning to her life before being struck by lightning.
A Thousand Tears
on April 11, 2011
What a great short story! Captured me with the first line and didn't let go until the last word. Absolutely beautiful and heartbreaking. Spectacular!
Not Magic Enough - part of The Coming Storm series
on April 11, 2011
If the cover of the book and the trailer don't grab your attention, the first lines will. Valerie Douglas writes a beautiful, moving story that crosses the boundaries of race (Elf and human), class and time. Love conquers all in her world and it is a beautiful sight to behold. Very well written, her attention to detail draws you into the world she's created and leaves you there in the middle of everything until the final words. Very beautifully done!
A Second Chance
on April 23, 2011
I was fortunate enough to receive a free e-copy of Nicole Ireland's A Second Chance. Let me tell you people, you have to read it. The emotional intensity of the writing had me in tears throughout half the novel. (I'm sorry to say that if it scares anyone away). Despite the tears, it's an amazing, well written novel that deserves a LOT of love! (Don't mind me, I'm an easily emotional mom of two.)
Having read this right after reading Dream Smashers by Angela Carlie, I've had a very emotional week in the reading world. Also, having just read Dream Smashers, I have to say that A Second Chance falls in the same stellar category. It's very real, very beautiful, very powerful. It's yet another read that should not be missed!
5 STARS and 5 TISSUES go to this amazing novel!
on July 01, 2011
Sammie Spencer makes me want to work in a bar... though only if I can have my own Jackson Vance. Wow. The imagery, the words, the action; it all flows seamlessly until you lose hours of time but gain so much more by reading this book. The characters are instant friends, so believable they might as well walk off the page. Jenny made me laugh, Erika reminded me of myself, Jackson was knock-your-socks-off charming and delicious. Mmm, I'll never think of Amaretto the same again. :)
Irish Fling - Part One of the Millersburg Quartet
on July 14, 2011
Valerie Douglas has done it again! Irish Fling is a beautifully written novel that weaves love with mystery, finding one's self and making your own destiny. Douglas's descriptions of the Emerald Isle took me there once again. Could not put this down until the very last word. I would highly recommend this one for anyone who loves a great romance!
Literary Lunes Magazine, September issue
on Sep. 06, 2011
Very well put together. This is another great issue of Literary Lunes. I'm glad it's now available on SW; I can read in on my Kindle for PC, which it looks pretty good on.