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About Trish Jackson
Trish Jackson grew up on a farm in Zimbabwe, Africa, where it was not unusual to have to carry an UZI around for protection from armed gangs of insurgents. This sparked a love of adventure and suspense, and being a romantic at heart, she writes romantic suspense. She moved to the U.S. in 1990, loves country living, horse riding, chocolate and all animals.
Trish's passion is helping the innocents of the world - children, the elderly, the mentally challenged, and animals. They always feature in her writing. Her stories are set in small towns, where the people enjoy country values, and the pace of life is a little slower.
WAY OUT OF LINE, a poignant romantic suspense about everlasting love is the first of her books set in Africa. She is compelled to write others about the land of her birth because once you have lived in Africa, you can never get it out of you.
Her REDNECK SERIES are romantic suspense/comedies about Twila Taunton, who is proud to be a redneck. Sassy and evocative, her adventures as a private investigator assisted by Harley-riding Great Aunt Essie and canine Scratch, while juggling her love life between two hunks.
CAPRICORN CRAVINGS Book #1 Zodiac Series, where each heroine will belong to a different star sign. Capricorn Riley Shaughnessy knows she's falling for hunky Powell Stewart even though he could be a serial killer.
AQUARIUS ADDICTION Book #2 Zodiac Series. Arlettea Xylander, a diminutive FBI psychic finds the man of her dreams on the same day she is diagnosed with a deadly disease. She puts doing him in first position on her bucket list, but can the mysterious Voodoo Queen or the ancient spell book be the key to finding a cure?
VIRGO'S VICE Book #3 Zodiac Series is coming in October, 2015. When Lexie King has signed up to be a camera operator in Allan Dockery's new survival reality show in Africa she had no idea the monster from her childhood would be there. Can hunky cowboy, Billy Murphy save her from him?
More information can be found at www.trishjackson.com
Bizarre and disturbing events, a child who can’t talk, and the threat of imminent danger are enough to push anyone over the edge.
Twila is called on to help out-of-town private investigator and Viking-lookalike, Algie Bykowski follow up on a lead to a large designer drug distribution and child trafficking operation believed to be in Quisby.
Things get serious quickly when a body is found floating in the creek near the swimming hole, and then children start being kidnapped.
Twila is frustrated when Algie keeps disappearing, she's excluded from the FBI's investigation, and her love life takes a turn for the worst. On top of that, Big Bart tells her and her friends they're getting fat. It's not their fault that Pam Taylor sends a feast to the Redneck P.I. office every day at lunchtime to thank Twila for getting her released from prison. They wouldn't want to waste it.
Everything leads to a dead end until Twila re-visits the only lead they've found in the middle of the night.
Targeted by la Serpeinte de Coral Cartel and the most powerful and ruthless drug kingpin in Mexico, Drew reels from heartbreak after catastrophic heartbreak. The desire for revenge festers while he fights to rebuild his life and protect what is his.
Neelie has never been able to forgive her deceased husband for his unmitigated betrayal, and for his lack of forethought that has put her and everyone she cares for in mortal danger.
Anger, fear, and a mutual passion for revenge fan the flames of their smoldering desire and then a desperate situation forces them to act against the cartel. But how can they match its power?
In a breakneck race to hunt down the real killer before Pam is seriously messed up in prison, Twila solicits the help of hacker and mean guitarist Gasser Cunha, her hard-drinking great aunt Essie, and office assistant LaMercy Howard, who reluctantly agrees to go Goth.
When she discovers an illegal puppy mill and a cruelly, injured dog gives her that inconsolable look, she knows she has to mount her own rescue mission. At the same time, a possible dog-fighting ring rears its ugly head in Quisby,
Twila calls on her long distance lover, Harland and a vigilante biker gang to help.
Camera operator Lexie King has a good reason to work out of her comfort zone in Allan Dockery's new survival-style reality show in Africa. She is determined to overcome her PTSD and make something of herself, but she has no way of knowing he would be there. The monster who’d caused her distress.
Now all she wants is to get away—as far away as possible. But how? They're stranded one stop past nowhere in Africa.
When traumatic events start to happen, she draws comfort from Jake, the producer's chocolate lab, and cowboy contestant Billy Murphy, who makes her laugh at the darkest of times, and heats up more than her heart with his touch . . .
-The maintenance man at college makes her edgy and uneasy when he accosts her with inappropriate comments
She draws comfort from the only stabilizing factors in her life--her niece, Shari, and the elderly neighbor Mrs. Stanley and her dog, Panda.
Arlette's life changes dramatically when her mysterious Aunt Lucie, whom she has never met, dies, and bequeaths two things to Arlette--her country home on the banks of Bayou LeGue, and an ancient spell book.
Then, on the same day she meets hunky Andre Rossouw, her doctor tells her she's suffering from a terminal disease. She displays all the character traits of her star sign, Aquarius, being feisty, eccentric, freedom-loving, flirtatious, rebellious and unpredictable, and she determines two things; to beat the odds of the disease, and to have wild and passionate sex with Andre.
Attractive FBI Psychic Arlette Xylander displays all the character traits of her star sign, Aquarius, being feisty, eccentric, freedom-loving, flirtatious, rebellious and unpredictable. She may be only five feet tall, but she epitomizes the old adage that dynamite comes in small packages.
Her emotions rage between denial, anger and tears when her doctor tells her she is suffering from a rare terminal disease. When hunky Andre Rossouw asks her to help find his sister who has been missing for four years, Arlette makes two decisions. To beat the disease and find a cure, and to have wild and passionate sex with him.
Then she finds out he has a fiancée.
Arlette's country home on the banks of Bayou LeGue was left to her by her mysterious aunt Lucie, whom she never met, and whom her dysfunctional parents have never been willing to discuss. She often wakes in the dark hours of the night to hear ghostly voices downstairs, and wishes she could find out who they are and what they want.
A mysterious letter arrives from her aunt, hinting at a secret in the house, and her friend Reay agrees to research her home's recorded archives, while Arlette plans to dig into her family history. She starts by visiting her aunt's grave, where she finds a mysterious woman wearing a hooded cloak, who leaves in a hurry. Arlette's instincts tell her the woman holds the answers to all her questions, but how can she find her?