Lorena Wood

Biography

I grew up in upstate New York and received a degree in Psychology at SUNY. My family and I lived in Arizona for 7 years but moved back to NY to be by family. I love writing Paranormal Romance and though my first book was written years ago, I just discovered the ebook publishing community. My books are always filled with danger, romance, and humor! Stop by and say hello sometime on Twitter or FB.

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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 87,340. Language: English. Published: June 5, 2013. Category: Fiction » Romance » Paranormal
A red hot romance blooms in the Phoenix desert amid a search for a serial killer. Whitney's body begins to fail as violent images build up in her system. Nick reluctantly accepts her help and ends up in a struggle to keep her alive. Find out what happens when bodies and minds link at the same time.

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  • Price of a Bounty on Sep. 14, 2013

    Action, Suspense, and Romance This is one of my new favorite reads. It has so many of the elements I enjoy - a strong female character, danger and action, a plot that keeps you turning pages to see what happens, and plenty of romance. Kiera has had a rough life, so the life of a paid assassin works for her. She only takes contracts on those that deserve to die, and when one of her targets isn’t what he seems, she gives him a second chance. She’s never trusted others, for good reason, and when she gets drawn into the “Resistance” it isn’t easy to change her ways. Working against the “Elite” in a society totally controlled by the upper class, Kiera discovers hidden secrets everywhere she turns. S.L. Wallace is skilled at keeping each point of view unique and insightful. I’m looking forward to the next book in the trilogy, and have a feeling I’ll need more from this author when I finish the third book.
  • Canvas Skies (Reliance on Citizens Makes Us Great!) on Sep. 14, 2013

    Loved it! A strong second book for the series. I liked the way the author handled bringing the reader up to date from the first book while not being repetitive for those of us that had read it recently. This one highlights Kiera’s sister April, but still gives us plenty of time with our favorite characters from book one. Canvas Skies is another page turner with plenty of intrigue and mystery. It’s hard to know who to trust when it comes to the men in April’s life. I recommend this to anyone who enjoys dystopian struggles and mystery/romance novels.