From the Author
In the Everly GrayAdventures I intended to grow her personality with her experiences--a 'coming ofage' series so to speak.
In a Touch of Ice
, Everly is closer to atwenty-something than a thirty-something. She's sheltered herself from theworld to protect her gifts, focusing only on her personal coaching business tothe exclusion of life experience. A Touch of TNT
brings herinto the 'tumultuous twenties' when she begins to share her gifts and use themto help law enforcement. In To Touch aThief,
Everly stretches her wings to become a leader rather than a follower,and a Touch of the Past
brings her toa critical turning point when she faces her heritage and begins to accept whoshe is as she moves into her true chronological age.
In a Touch of Betrayal
, Everly becomes anadult and discovers 'the other side of romance.' This is not a happy-ever-afterstory, but it opens the door for a new world of adventure.
As Everly has grownup, she's pushed my boundaries as a writer, and Betrayal took both of us intonew territory. I hope you enjoy the ride.
About the Author
I have worked with energy, both as a yoga instructor and as a body worker for many years. When I left that profession, I was driven to write about energy and the paranormal. Many of the situations my heroines experience are created from my own encounters with energy, its power and possibilities.
As to the "writing," well, that started when I was eight and penned my first book on pink construction paper with a purple crayon. It was a romance that involved a princess, and although I remember very few details about the plot, I do remember that it was illustrated and there was music and dancing involved. At about the same time I created my first story, I discovered Nancy Drew and my love for reading was born. It has only grown over the years, and I am rarely without a huge to-be-read stack, and a book within easy reach.
I'm a USA Today Bestselling Author writing award-winning women's fiction and young adult novels. All of my stories combine romance, mystery, and paranormal elements. The paranormal, because it's a huge part of my life, the adventure and romance because I haven't ever outgrown my early reading adventures with Nancy, Ned, Bess and George. I live in the frozen north with my husband, whose TBR stack is taller than mine, and two felines who have been known to add entire pages to a manuscript without telling me.