"Delle Jacobs has written an extraordinary novel that will take you back, make you cheer first for the women and their proud stand. Then the men and their gentle hopes, and passionate needs. It will melt your heart, make your soul tingle and long for such passion while laughter at the antics of the trouble making women will echo around you. Loki's Daughters rates a definite four stars, not just for the quality of the story, but the engaging, smooth flow of the plot and characters, the rich detail and imagination that has went into it. And the superb style of writing that keeps you engrossed from first page to last." Reviewed by Shadoe for Romancing the Web, 4 stars
About the Author
A native of Illinois, Delle Jacobs has been crafting stories since the tender age of four. She earned a degree in geography from the University of Oklahoma and worked as a cartographer until eventually becoming a social worker specializing in troubled teens and families. Everything changed, however, once she began writing books in 1993, and by 2004, literary success convinced her to quit her day job and focus full time on writing. She is a seven-time finalist for the Romance Writers of America s Golden Heart Award, which she won an unprecedented three times, in addition to numerous other writing awards for her novels, including His Majesty, the Prince of Toads, Lady Wicked, Sins of the Heart, and Aphrodite s Brew. Along the way she discovered a knack for designing e-book covers, which is a great way to get her creative juices flowing when her book characters are being particularly uncooperative. She lives today in southwest Washington State with her family.
Sarah Coomes trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and spent three blissful years there, learning how to cry, speak Shakespeare, and stage fight like a tiger. She is a comedienne and an actress, appearing in numerous television shows in England, including a recurring role as Nurse Leonard in the popular series "EastEnders". She won the 2008 Westminster Prize for her play "Hookie" and an AudioFile Earphones Award for her narration of "The Unforgotten Coat" by Frank Cottrell Boyce in 2011.