Denyse Cohen is an artist, daydreamer and a black-thumb gardner. Her first novel, a contemporary romance called One Hit Wonder was released in 2012. She spends her time between the U.S and Brazil raising chickens and doodling ideas for her next best work.
Witch’s Soulmate is the first book of the Living Energy Trilogy. Throughout history, the women who guard Earth’s living energy have been known as goddesses, fairies, mermaids, and alchemists, but they prefer to call themselves witches.
Jade is a young witch scarred by the murder of her parents and determined to evade her soulmate and never fall in love. Unfortunately, falling in love is not up to her, or Peter - the human whose life-energy is identical to hers. The soulmate is the missing key to unlock the witch’s power and Arrow, a powerful organization whose only intent is to kill the soulmates and keep the witches in check, is ready to do whatever it takes to destroy their connection.
After a chance encounter, Jade and Peter are swept in a battle that takes them to Europe and Brazil in hopes to uncover a secret that will decide the very fate of their love - and their lives.
Sensuality Level: Sensual
A very short story about the best of weddings: hooking up with completely strangers. But when a married woman who hates weddings meets a gorgeous stranger determined to give her the ride of a lifetime she might not have the strength to turn him away.
Sensuality Level: Hot
At nearly thirty, Audrey is stumbling through her own life. When she posts on Facebook her frustration at being laid-off, a long-lost childhood friend offers her a gig to photograph his wannabe rock band on tour. Her Brazilian mother believes it’s fate; Audrey believes it’s the power of DSL.
Inside a rundown Winnebago with the all-male band, her cynicism is only matched by her fear of being taken for a groupie. Despite her own resistance, she falls for the one member who keeps her at a distance. Then John writes a song that reveals his pent-up emotions for her and propels the band to instant stardom.
Audrey must choose between working with the band or pursuing her own accomplishments, a decision that creates room for the complications of fame to creep in between her and John. Despite their connection, they find themselves facing jealousy, betrayal, and a gut-wrenching sorrow that could unravel their relationship. Sensuality Level: Behind closed doors