Michele Bardsley

Michele Bardsley – The Wizards of Nevermore Series Reading Order

November 5, 2011

About book #1: Lucinda Rackmore is a witch cursed… Desperation sends her to the last place anyone would think to find her … the small Dragon-protected town of Nevermore, Texas. To escape the wrath of her ex-lover, she must plead her case with the town’s Guardian—the man her family betrayed a decade ago. Gray Calhoun [...]

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Michele Bardsley – Broken Heart, Oklahoma Series Reading Order

May 12, 2009

About book #1: Widowed mother of two Jessica Matthews is just trying to survive one soccer game and PTA meeting at a time. Then shes killed by a ravenous creature, and saved by the yummy vampire Patrick OHalloran. If you can call being undead and on a blood diet saved. Then some not-so-nice bloodsuckers show [...]

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Upcoming Paranormal Book Releases

May 3, 2009

Here is a list of books (and release dates) that will be available in bookstores soon: Dead and Gone (Sookie Stackhouse, Book 9) by Charlaine Harris – May 4th 2009 Crouching Vampire, Hidden Fang: A Dark Ones Novel (#7) by Katie MacAlister - May 5th 2009 Over My Dead Body (Broken Heart Vampires) by Michele Bardsley - May [...]

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Part 4 of my trip to the Orlando Romantic Times Convention

April 27, 2009
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It was Saturday morning, and I was up much too early considering how late I had gotten to bed, but my excitement for the book fair was enough to keep me wide awake and ready to go. I arrived right on time, and couldn’t wait to seek out my favorite authors. As I walked into the large ballroom, [...]

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Part 2 of my trip to the Orlando Romantic Times Convention

April 26, 2009
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It was 4:30pm, and after the Paranormal Panel was complete, I was out on my own, in the middle of a bustling crowd, trying to figure out where to go next. Since my time was limited at the events, I wanted to make sure I could absorb as much as possible. My nerves were jumping, [...]

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