Like most authors, Nancy Fraser began writing at an early age, usually on the walls and with crayons or, heaven forbid, permanent markers. Her love of writing often made her the English teacher’s pet, which, of course, resulted in a whole lot of teasing. Still, it was worth it.
When not writing (which is almost never), Nancy dotes on her five beautiful grandchildren and looks forward to traveling and reading when time permits. Nancy lives in Atlantic Canada where she enjoys the relaxed pace and colorful people. She invites you to visit her website, her blog, and follow her on Twitter. Or, more importantly, just enjoy what she writes.
Coming June 23rd…
From Decadent Publishing, The Mysterious Mrs. Pennybaker…the Roaring Twenties at its wildest!
Widowed Ariel Pennybaker has had enough of her self-imposed celibacy. It’s time to get back in the game. A chance meeting with a handsome WWI aviator has her imagining thoroughly naughty thoughts.
When a second man walks into her life, her naughty thoughts turn downright decadent. What better way to fulfil her fantasies than by sharing both men’s beds.
As tempting as the idea is, Ariel has a huge secret, one that she must protect at all costs. And, it’s possible one or both of her lovers is not what he seems.
Coming on July 7…
Also from Decadent Publishing and their Beyond Fairy Tales line, Do You Want Me… a post-Gulf War re-telling of the Grimm Fairy Tale, The Devil’s Sooty Brother.
Decorated war hero Reece Michaels agrees to go undercover in order to bring down the Irish Mob. In return, the civilian life he’s coveted for the past six years will be returned to him.
Hired by mob boss Sean O’Malley to protect his youngest son, Reece soon discovers the young man needs more protection from his own family than its enemies.
What Reece doesn’t count on is his instant attraction to the police chief’s beautiful and willing daughter. Abby Mackenzie is the younger sister of a woman with whom Reece once had a torrid affair. He’s determined to not give in to Abby’s come-hither ways. After all, one Mackenzie woman was more than enough.