Eden Glenn lives in the mountains of Chattanooga, Tennessee with a cat and two loveable nuisance dogs. Eden has blue eyes, but her hair color is subject to change without notice. She loves crafting, gardening, and riding her Vulcan motorcycle.
She is a member of RWA (Romance Writers of America)and FCRW (First Coast Romance Writers). She is author of several novelette sized stories. "The Galloping Ghoul of Hockomock Swamp" a m/m historic erotic romance first appeared in Rebel Ink Press anthology "Once Upon A Twisted Tale" and has now been released under its own cover.
She contributed to the Rebel Ink Press project "Paw Prints" a contemporary romance designed as a fund raiser for national animal rescue. Her next project is "Dar'kind Promises" a f/f paranormal erotic romance expected to release Feb, 2013. Also, "Raynia's Magic" a m/f/m ménage contemporary erotic romance released in 2012 and is novellette one of the Amethyst Desire series. "Beverly's Secret" a F/F erotic contemporary romance will release in Mar/Apr, 2013 which continues the travels of the Amethyst necklace as it tempts new owners to heights of pleasure.
Prepare to leave your safe world behind.
The Galloping Ghoul rides each full moon, exacting revenge by frightening those who tormented his past. By day, he is one of the town people, Nathaniel Hawkins, an affluent entrepreneur. He identifies with Ike Sandhill, a government surveyor, and wants to protect him from the same thugs who drove Nathaniel to revenge. Ike goes to the extreme to prove to everyone how straight laced he is. He pursues Misty VonMix with the intention of marriage. Nathaniel doesn't know how to confess his desire without driving Ike away. He comes up with a plan of seduction. Before the night is over, Ike discovers things about himself he always knew yet denied.
Raynia Castellano is drawn to purchase an amethyst pendant as an impulse buy but not before the clerk assures Raynia the magic is in the woman, not the necklace that seems to call to her. And given Raynia has just left an adulterous ex-husband and has recently settled into a law practice with her oh so sexy and oh so apparently gay law partners, surely a little magic is required.
What happens when twenty five writers get together with a story idea geared toward helping better one small corner of the world? Meet Kylie Wright and Buster and find out this December in Paw Prints, a brand new story created by Rebel Writers with a Cause. A financial donation will be made to help support the mission of the National Humane Society.
Buster was a bait dog, the kind used to teach others like him to fight to the death. Left for dead on the side of an empty country road, Kylie Wright finds him and sets into motion a whirlwind of events that offer both she and Buster a second chance at life. With his new master and a handsome vet tech, Jason, at his side, Buster might have just found his very own Shangri-La. That is if the people who abused him, the very same people threatening both Kylie and Jason, can be brought to justice.
Will Buster finally have the life and family he deserves or will fate deliver each of them at the feet of the cruel men running the death pit?
Raynia Castellano is drawn to purchase an amethyst pendant on an impulse buy. The clerk assures her the magic is in the woman, not the necklace that seems to call to her. She's left an adulterous x-husband and settled into law practice with her oh so sexy and oh so apparently gay law partners Chase Thompson and Peter Thornton.
Her bisexual law partners come out of the closet and surprise her, celebrating the anniversary of her joining the practice with the seduction of her life. She runs from the intensity of her sensuous side and the fear of ruining their long friendship and business partnership.
She is preparing for the trial of her career with very little evidence for the defense. Something isn't right about the scene of the accident. Her client's brother makes an attempt on her life, to cover up her discovery that he was the drunk driver who committed the hit and run, not his brother.