Bonnie Vanak is a former newspaper reporter who became a writer for a major international charity. She traveled to destitute countries such as Haiti to write about famine, disease and other issues affecting the poor. When the emotional strains of her job demanded a diversion, she turned to her childhood dream of writing romance novels. Her historical and paranormal books take readers from the exotic, sweeping sands of Egypt to the mysterious, dark alleyways of New Orleans.
Bonnie lives in Florida with her husband Frank and three rescue dogs. She loves to hear from readers. Visit her Web site at www.bonnievanak.com or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fueled by vengeance, Graham Tristan, raised in Egypt and trained as a warrior, returns to London and enters polite society only to find himself distracted by an encounter with a flame-haired beauty in a brothel, the same woman who haunts his dreams.
When Jasmine, the "unacceptable" adopted daughter of an English viscount, meets one of society's most eligible bachelors—a notorious rake—the two become embroiled in an adventure that takes them back to Egypt and her roots.
Because of her psychic talent and her fighting abilities, Fatima becomes the first female Khamsin warrior of the wind and Tarik's bodyguard. Tarik, the sheikh's proud son, fights to have her removed and wishes to have her in a different position... in his bed.