DUE OUT 2019 The third installment of The Wisp Book: Wimzee Goes Back in Time celebrates the most renown people of the past in a fun, whimsical way as Wimzee travels through time to far off lands in far off times. Available September 1, 2018.
NEW RELEASE: MAY 2018. The Wisp Book: Wimzee Goes International is a fantastic story for your preschooler or kinder. In Book 2 of the series, Wimzee, your child's wisp guide, takes your young reader on a trip around the world, visiting 20 different countries. Wimzee shares his favorite thing from each country and then encourages his companion (your reader) to lead the charge on the next adventure. Fun and educational for kinders and up!
The Wisp Book is a great bedtime story for your preschooler or kinder. Wimzee, your child's wisp guide, takes them on a variety of adventures from the beach to space! It's a fun ride for your young ones and gives mom and dad a helping hand getting them to sleep at night!
NEW RELEASE: 2018. Anne Jones, daughter of famed painter, Robert Jones, takes in a refugee she believes to be a nobody. Anne and John Andrews form a relationship based on common interests, mutual attraction, and intrigue. It is not until John sneaks out in the middle of the night with a very special painting that Anne begins to learn the truth about the man she gifted with her trust. She follows him to London to retrieve her mother's painting and ends up engaged to a nobleman from France. John, reeling from breaking Anne's heart, changes his own and returns the painting to her father and vows to make things right with Anne. Risking his own grand inheritance, this nobleman tracks down his true love and tells her the truth about everything. But is it too late?
Formula romances typically deliver a winsome heroine who eventually succumbs to the trappings of love at the hands of her brawny suitor. Well, this ain’t that story! Our heroine, Jules, wields an inner strength uncommon in many romantic heroines. She personifies the women of the present while harkening to the warrior strength of the medieval knight. Several times, she speaks of how different her life would be if she were a man. This principle of equality touches many modern women and Jules is able to reach above her sex and, in the end, come out the hero.
The love story, set in medieval England, cascades throughout the novel like a fierce roller coaster. The families of Westbrook and Ashleigh fight to uncover the truth behind a murder while Jules and scoundrel Ethan Ashleigh battle their feelings, each other, and finally a common enemy in order to discover the truth. Just when the reader is about to give up on Jules and Ethan ever getting together, the final scene unfolds in a flash of lightning and fury, uniting them forever.
Released in June 2016, A Woman’s Sword by Karie Evans has opened to critical acclaim. “Relating to the characters was no stretch of the reader's imagination as they were real in word, thought and deed,” was the praise of one reviewer. The best compliment an author can hear is that word… real. The characters that live and breathe in A Woman’s Sword evolve into well-rounded people. Their actions are genuine and their thoughts are cognitive.
A Woman’s Sword is much more than a typical romance novel. The continuous action set against the beautiful backdrop of medieval England forwarded by real characters who stumble more over themselves than anything else makes this novel fun, angst-ridden, and true.