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PRINCE CHARMING
Waking from a dream, she finds her reality altered and now she is a part of a fairy tale.Perhaps she'll get her prince at last

Dream Weaver-A modern story
about a two hundred year old female spirit, Trista Walton who sold her soul to the Dream Weaver when he promised to send her a soul mate.
In a drunken rage Brock Werner ...

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Overview

PRINCE CHARMING
Waking from a dream, she finds her reality altered and now she is a part of a fairy tale.Perhaps she'll get her prince at last

Dream Weaver-A modern story
about a two hundred year old female spirit, Trista Walton who sold her soul to the Dream Weaver when he promised to send her a soul mate.
In a drunken rage Brock Werner loses control of his car and although injured, he makes it to an old abandoned house.
He awakens to find the place is haunted by a beautiful spirit who tells him that he is dead. At first he refuses to believe her, but he soon falls in love with her.
After weeks of bliss, Brock awakens to discover that he has been in a coma. He later returns alive to the house which confuses Trista.
Dream Weaver gives her another chance to live and she enters the body of a woman who had just died.
She returns to the house to learn that Bock has recently died and is haunting the place. But she can see him and they rekindle their love again.

The People Of The Mist-A Romance/ Fantasy.
Geena Troy robs from the wealthy to provide for her community that live in the forest. They appear with a mist, and after a while they disappear.
One day while robbing a stagecoach, she accidentally shoots the marshal. To save his life she must take him to her people.
Wallace Preston wakes in a lodge confused as to how he arrived there.
No matter how hard Geena fights the attraction she falls in love with Lace but she knows she can’t let her heart win because she and her people will be gone when the mist disappears.
But no matter, she makes love to the man then runs away. Lace follows her to a hideout where he discovers who she is. He resigns his marshal post and they find happiness together.

The Duke’s Daughter-A Paranormal Romance
about a witch, Renny Rayleigh. At the age of twenty-six she’s been a detective for many years. Hired by a young women to spy on her fiancé, Renny discovers the man is cheating on her client.
Anwar Radcliffe is accused of cheating by the lady detective based on information that’s not true. To get even, he hires Renny to trap her in another lie.
When she discovers that he made a fool out of her, she uses witchcraft on him after he kisses her.
After Anwar discovers that Renny used magic on him, he’s enraged and she’s confused to discover that her witchcraft doesn’t work on him.
Later, she confront him in a restaurant and again her magic fails to work. Angered, he takes her up stairs and makes love to her and proposes marriage.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045315180
  • Publisher: Spangaloo Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/30/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 62,766
  • File size: 390 KB

Meet the Author

Because I am dyslexic, I find writing a challenge, but my love of writing has inspired me to write more than sixty children’s stories, over two hundred poems and thirty-seven Romance Novels. I have also illustrated two story books used by primary teachers and students as a part of a vocal hygiene program at University of Arizona’s Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences.

My credits also include four stories published by McFadden Publishing Co. in NYC. I wrote, illustrated and published two books of poetry used as fund-raisers by the Leukemia and Multiple Sclerosis organizations. I wrote illustrated and published in one book, forty-two children’s stories.

I had an exhibition at the King Center for the Performing Arts in Melbourne, Fl of my pen and ink drawings of animals. Recently, I have had three E-Book Romance Novels and a book of short stories published on the Spangaloo.Com website and another on the Smashwords.Com website. I make my home in Melbourne, Florida where I continue to write and illustrate

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2013

    Maybe a young teen would like this

    The first story was pretty juvenile. The second dragged and I only read about 20 pages. The third seemed to be similar to the second. Did not even try the last.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 7, 2014

    Rather Disappointed

    It is very sad when someone uses a popular fairy tale and trys to change it . No imagination or creativity at all. L.M.A.

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    Posted October 17, 2013

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