A Hero of Her Own
Magdalena Diaz, writing as JD Morgan is fresh out of ideas for her next romance. When she is reminded of her mother’s birthday party, she is eager to go. She calls her friend, Ann, to ask if her husband, the Captain of police at the 25th Precinct in New York City, would partner her with one of his detectives for research—a Romantic thriller.
As a Romance author, Maggie is famous for her happily-ever-after stories of love and hot sex. On a personal level she has been unlucky in love and much to her family’s chagrin, an enigma: single, spinster and a virgin.
Detective Matt Torres is dealing with his own demons: An ex-wife who cheated on him and now wants him back and a serial killer killing prostitutes and leaving their bodies on the rooftop of abandoned buildings.
At his best friend’s mother’s birthday party he is reunited with Maggie. The awkward and overweight teenage girl has blossomed into a very sexy and voluptuous woman.
Maggie is surprised to find Matt at her mother’s party. Secretly she had always been intrigued by him, but knowing she was not his type, she paid no heed to his flirts. And now he here he was, handsome as ever and she 30 pounds lighter.
Things go from bad to worse when her sister, enlightens Maggie by telling her that she has unconsciously penned all of her heroes after Matt.
Matt is not thrilled when Maggie is partnered with him. Other than keeping his ex-wife at bay and finding a killer Matt does not have the time or energy to fall in love. At least he thinks he doesn’t…
But when the killer takes an interest in Maggie, Matt’s priorities becomes clear: save the woman he loves before he loses her again.
Can Matt and Maggie put aside the hurts of the past and survive a serial killer in time for their own happily-ever-after?
Lady Jane Bartholomew and Miss Margaret Renard are back and this time they are out to catch a murderer involved in the sacrificing young maidens.
Believing that having come close to getting themselves killed in their last investigation, Sir Hugh, now engaged to Lady Jane Bartholomew and Mr Latham, solicitor to Miss Margaret Renard, are distressed to learn that the young ladies are once again up to their old tricks.
Believing they can solve the murders the young ladies may well fall prey and become sacrificial lambs, unless Sir Hugh and Mr Latham protect them while trying not to fall victims themselves to the unseen evil walking among them leaving a pile of corpses in its wake…
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Lady Jane Bartholomew and Miss Margaret Renard have been friends since the age of twelve. Together they share their dreams, hopes and love for reading. However, it is their wild imagination and a love for solving mysteries that would test their sleuthing abilities when the Vicar of Dover is found murdered.
The young ladies are joined by two gentlemen, also eager to find the murderer in order to prove to the ladies that detecting is a man’s job, though the gentlemen find their beauty, wit, and pride more troublesome than solving a murder.
The Vicar’s Deadly Sin is a delightful and witting Regency romance mystery about two friends and their love for solving crimes, while keeping society and its rules at bay…
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Pieces of Me
Pieces of Me is an anthology of Essays, Poems, Prose and Short Stories written throughout the course of my life. The Essays are being written for many of my English classes as I pursue a Bachelors of Art in English. They have all been graded “A” with minor errors which I have since fixed.
I started out writing poems when I was a teenager, but gradually build up to writing prose into my 20s. Prose gave me the confidence to realize that I may have just realized my true calling. I found through writing proses, that my stories had a beginning, middle and end. They started out as short paragraphs and gradually ran up to a page long.
From prose I then started writing short stories. Until eventually I dared to dream of writing a novel. Along with a friend of mine, I became a huge fan of Jane Austen and the Regency period, and started writing “The Vicar’s Deadly Sin”.
Anyway, I am happy that I was able to release Pieces of Me. I still have other pieces of prose and short stories to be finished, but I am trying to stay focus on finishing “The Vicar’s Deadly Sin” and its sequel “Angel’s Lust”. For a copy, visit Amazon.com.
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