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About Irene Peterson
Irene Peterson is a women's fiction author from central New Jersey. She is a freelance editor, anglophile, and Godzilla fan. A graduate of Montclair State College, she never wanted to be a teacher, always dreaming of being a published author instead. So she taught for a couple of years. And she wrote poems, short stories, touching subjects ranging from science fiction to fantasy to romance.
She has vowed that nothing will keep her from writing, not even two bouts with cancer. But sometimes, real life does intrude.
Visit her at her website: http://www.irenepeterson.com or her blog:
Titles By Irene Peterson
New Jersey PI John Preshin takes on all kinds of jobs. Discreet inquiries. Private investigations. Helping women find lost. . .articles of clothing from his office. Yup, no job too big or too small. Now if only he could figure out how to convince the knockout redhead with the very large knife that he's not breaking into her grandmother Flo's apartment. No. He's Flo's upstairs tenant. In need of a serious cup of coffee. Yeah, so he's wearing only a towel. So what?
She's Got His Number.
Liz Atwater isn't about to take her eyes off this one--and not just because he's about six feet worth of smirking, hunky gorgeousness, either. She's had her share of bad luck with men, and some half-naked guy helping himself to your coffee while looking you up and down way is not a good sign. Something's going on with Mr. John Preshin. And Liz intends to do some discreet investigating of her own. He'd better hang on to that towel. . .
Irene is a true Jersey girl, having lived in the central part of the state all her life. Her fondest memories are of spending summers at the shore. She even met her future husband on the boardwalk at Seaside Heights. After earning a B.A. in English and history from Montclair State, Irene went on to teach in area schools before marrying her handsome Viking. They have two terrific daughters and continue to walk the boards at Seaside at last twice a year.
Her first day on the job, she meets the scruffy new kitchen help from the restaurant downstairs and is not impressed. Sure, he's a wounded veteran just home from Iraq, but he rubs her the wrong way. Then she meets the gorgeous lawyer who wants to hire her father to locate some people. Of course, she can handle the job by herself...the guy is so cool and rich and seems to like her. Besides, she needs a date for her best friend's wedding and wouldn't he be perfect?
Or was this vampire possibly a her?
If the way to a man's heart is through his stomach, why is chef Abby Porter still sleeping alone? Yes, she likes getting paid to whip up goodies in a well-equipped kitchen, but she would love to get into a good relationship with a well-equipped guy who won't break her heart. Hang on. . .who's the tall, sexy man with the accent?
He's Never Misplaced His. . .
A newly minted earl like Ian Wincott has more important things to do than get overly acquainted with a mere cook. And Abby Porter is from. . .New Jersey. That alone makes his blue blood run cold, although he will admit that Abby is pretty. And amusing. Which must be why she attracts so much attention. How terribly American of her to enjoy it. Could it be that he is jealous? Or in love?
"What a treat!" --New York Times bestselling author MaryJanice Davidson on Glory Days
Irene Peterson is a true Jersey girl, having lived in the central part of the state all her life. Her fondest memories are of spending summers on the shore. She even met her future husband on the boardwalk at Seaside Heights. After earning a B.A. in English and history from Montclair State, Irene went on to teach in area schools before marrying her handsome Viking. They have two terrific daughters and continue to walk the boards at Seaside at least twice a year.
Sheila has no place in her life for midnight visitations full of blood and sex. Could the dreams be sent by her wild-child sister?
Jim Ryan finds her in a nightclub that entertains Goths and vampires. Since he is the appointed Lignarius, it is his job to rid the world of nightwalkers. But he's already dispatched a young female vamp. How can he be seeing her again?