As a typical housewife, she feels undervalued, and secretly wishes for the chaos and attention that her life once brought her. (You know, maybe "normal" just isn't Janie's thing...) Opening her own business with the full support of her husband, Gabriel Lazarus, she ventures into the unknown, and quickly finds out that no one is who they seem to truly be. Gaining new friends along the way, making new business relationships flourish, and finding new areas of personal expertise are just some of the things Janie must face in Phoenix on Fire.
Protecting Janie has never been an easy job, but Gabriel's never doubted his decision to marry her, and take her for his own. She's brought nothing but happiness to his life, and given him so many of life's best gifts. They share the same best friends, and she still gave him those butterflies, every time he looked into her beautiful hazel eyes. (Not to mention incredibly steamy sex...) She was his whole world, and he knew it. But with the Visitor's arrival, no one is safe, and nothing is definite. Truths are revealed, and friendships lay on the line. Janie finds herself again fighting for her family, her friends, and her own life.
"Another fast paced, high emotion book from Skye Falcon!" GoodTimes Publications Editor
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About the Author
In 2004, she won the Editor's Choice Award from PC. She enjoys writing as a form of expression, and a need to "vent" her thoughts and stories. Following her career in education, she is now teaching at her private home school in the Midwest. Due to her current medical issues, she is transitioning into solely working as an author, and in social media management and marketing. She also has worked in the Adult novelty Industries for almost ten years as an educator, and consultant.
Her incredibly supportive husband enjoys being the tester for many of her "ideas," and her three children are her world. Her perfect writing spot would be a shady meadow, comfortable chair with the feet propped up with a pillow... with the music blaring loudly, of course.