Bio: Jeanne Barrack got hooked on fantasy began at the tender age of ten when, she got her hands on her older brother's collection of Ray Bradbury's books. Her love of romance novels started when she read the galley proofs for a steamy Rosemary Rogers novel. For a brief, delirious time, she and her husband owned a children's book store in Minneapolis. It was the beginning of a love affair that has never ended. Dealt a double whammy in 1997 by her mother's death and being downsized from her job, she turned to her dreams for solace and created "Silver Fire", a story that combines her two loves of fantasy and sensual romance. Rewrites, edits and writing contests followed. Life and other projects put it on the back burner until this year, when all spiffed up, she sent it off to Loose Id where it found a home. Jeanne is a native New Yorker, married for thirty-odd years (and they have been odd) to her high school sweetheart. Although they haven't been blessed with children, they?ve heard the pitter-patter of little Tibetan Terriers paws throughout their married life. Jeanne plays guitar and sings everything from folk music to Grand Opera - in ten languages including Gaelic and Hebrew.
The battle begun over 3,000 years ago wages on... The struggle between good and evil continues. Brigid and Gabe Kawsantower and Ethan Clark, members of the Terran race, return to America following the disappearing trail of Lord Nolen, a crazed Terran Destroyer. They've foiled his plans to open a gate in Ireland for the demon, Ba'al. They must find Nolen before he succeeds in his plan for world domination as Ba'al's emissary. To assist them toward their goal, they enlist the aid of Terrans in Ame... more info>>
When Julie opens a male strip club, the auditions bring in all kinds of talent. She's not expecting to find a man for herself, but she winds up with two gorgeous aliens to choose from. And the wrong choice may cost her life.
Nanny Abby Foster has a few special skills, among them stealing. So nicking the Crystal Flacon from its owner should be a walk in the park. It would be, if not for the visions, the conspiracy, and one helluva a sexy man. [Publisher's Note: This story contains elements that may be objectionable to some readers: menage, m/m sexual contact.]
Brandon Keats is a paranormal investigator, specializing in Civil War phenomena. As a gay man, he's searched for years for evidence of gay paranormal activity. When he finally finds what he believes to be an example of this, he decides to confront the ghost of a homosexual Civil War soldier at the grave where he's been sighted. Ron Tayvail has guarded the grave of Matthew Hardesty for years. When he learns of Brandon's interest in the legend of "The Vigilant Soldier", he's determined to dissuade... more info>>